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Old Posted Sep 5, 2017, 9:44 PM
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Sweet. And it looks like Aspen Heights West Campus is officially topped out, too.
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This one can be considered u/c. The crew is already working on support columns at street level (see background of 2nd pic).


2100 Nueces by Darius Fontenette, on Flickr


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Does anyone know how much the land ultimately sold for? It took a long time to get a project going on this site, from 2011:




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Finally reached the bottom of the pit for this one.

It's a shame, the excavators used to wake me up in the morning, but now I have to set alarms.
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Great pic? Curious whether the developers would have delivered fewer parking spaces had the parking requirements been lower? What is parking like in west campus nowadays and what are student behaviors toward having/using automobiles. Can anyone here speak to this?
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Currently, I am living in University House

I have a car and a parking space here, but my roommate has to park his car next door at Callaway house because of high demand

Lots of people in West Campus have a cars simply because the nearest HEB is far away
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Currently, I am living in University House

I have a car and a parking space here, but my roommate has to park his car next door at Callaway house because of high demand

Lots of people in West Campus have a cars simply because the nearest HEB is far away

I don't have a car, but my friends who visit have to park deep into West Campus (where it's mostly homes towards Lamar) for free parking.

A lot of students don't realize the 803 stops directly at the HEB on Burnet Rd. It's quicker than walking across campus to catch the 7, 10, etc to 41st and Red River.
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I don't have a car, but my friends who visit have to park deep into West Campus (where it's mostly homes towards Lamar) for free parking.

A lot of students don't realize the 803 stops directly at the HEB on Burnet Rd. It's quicker than walking across campus to catch the 7, 10, etc to 41st and Red River.
When I went to UT, that HEB on Burnet seemed a million miles away.
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According to this FAA filing the tower crane will reach 370'. That's pretty tall for West Campus.

https://oeaaa.faa.gov/oeaaa/external...1628855&row=92
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