I, too, wish we had some retail on Samuels. At this point, we still don't have enough people to support a grocery store, but a coffee shop would be so nice.
Have you seen the restaurant coming to Hampton St.? Tia's on the Bluff is the name, I believe.
If Hampton St. wasn't so awful, it would help with the traffic flow. I take Hampton in the morning quite a bit, but it's terrible. I've called and emailed and called some more, the city knows. I did receive notification of an upcoming meeting regarding Hampton St. and water/wastewater improvements.
The City of Fort Worth Water Department is hosting a public meeting concerning the North Hampton Street Water & Wastewater Improvement Project. The meeting is Wednesday, Feb. 22, at 2 p.m. in the Water Department’s Conference Room 225 at City Hall, 200 Texas St.
I was at a meeting earlier this evening about the TRV and specifically asked about the connector bridge to Samuels. I was told it was an "if needed" type thing, down the line.
Regarding the Talbott-Wall house, if you know anyone interested in it, please let me know. There a quite a few us working together to save it.
In the meantime, I'm grateful to see the Garvey saved.