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Old 05-22-2023, 10:28 AM
 
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ROFL I'm going to have to take Dallasboi off of my ignore list. i have been missing out on way too much entertainment.
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Old 05-22-2023, 10:48 AM
 
Location: Houston, Tx.
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..............The red bolded is what Houstonians like you wish!!!


...Ok....Let me give you your own poison back to you..



The fact that Dallas has received MORE Black transplants over Houston for YEARS shows that the prestige in BLACK culture that can only be found in Houston really doesn't exist...AND.... People really don't think Houston is the best City in Texas for BLACKS...................hmmmm...See how that works?!


Except that the "black prestige" in Houston can be proven in the number of black-owned restaurants, lounges, and other businesses all over town. Black people literally THRIVE here.

Dallas only wins in the typical 9-5 high-paying job and family raising categories...which makes sense, seeing as how DFW has a million quiet suburbs to choose from. It's crazy how Dallas blacks outnumber Houston's blacks mathematically, yet Houston is FAR MORE well-known for black culture.

Wonder why that is...
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Old 05-22-2023, 01:58 PM
 
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Except that the "black prestige" in Houston can be proven in the number of black-owned restaurants, lounges, and other businesses all over town. Black people literally THRIVE here.

Dallas only wins in the typical 9-5 high-paying job and family raising categories...which makes sense, seeing as how DFW has a million quiet suburbs to choose from. It's crazy how Dallas blacks outnumber Houston's blacks mathematically, yet Houston is FAR MORE well-known for black culture.

Wonder why that is...
Thank YOU!!!!!

......You see how you disregarded me saying Dallas has received MORE over Houston for YEARS?!!!!!!


That's because you feel it doesn't matter.......


Both of our viewpoints are the same....Yours in Black Culture for Houston...Mines in the subject for this thread.....


You shouldn't even be combative with me because if you are...It means you are being hypocritical.
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Old 05-22-2023, 02:08 PM
 
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Ok guys ....IM DONE with this.....I'll quietly back out.......R1070 does a good job by himself.
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Old 05-22-2023, 02:40 PM
 
Location: Dallas, Texas
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Except that the "black prestige" in Houston can be proven in the number of black-owned restaurants, lounges, and other businesses all over town. Black people literally THRIVE here.

Dallas only wins in the typical 9-5 high-paying job and family raising categories...which makes sense, seeing as how DFW has a million quiet suburbs to choose from. It's crazy how Dallas blacks outnumber Houston's blacks mathematically, yet Houston is FAR MORE well-known for black culture.

Wonder why that is...
Because of ROD rents! lol
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Old 05-22-2023, 04:02 PM
 
Location: Houston/Austin, TX
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..............The red bolded is what Houstonians like you wish!!!
HPV is prestigious locally, not internationally. People travel all over the world to go to Fifth Ave/Rodeo. Not HPV. Not ROD. Not the Galleria or NorthPark. I get that to you HPV is fifth Avene/Rodeo, but to literally no one else in the world is it. Fifth Ave/Rodeo/Miami Beach can charge 10s of multiples over ROD. HPV can’t because it’s not what you’re describing. Sure, ROD and HPV get a share of international visitors but it’s fractional in comparison. And the Houston Galleria gets the most of Texas developments. But still a comparison to the Galleria to Fifth Avenue (let alone HPV) is strange to say the least.

Only someone that would compare Deep Ellum to the Vegas strip would compare HPV to Fifth Ave.

It’s no surprise that you were the first to bring up rent prices and vacancies then changed your mind when it’s not in HPV’s favor.

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...Ok....Let me give you your own poison back to you..



The fact that Dallas has received MORE Black transplants over Houston for YEARS shows that the prestige in BLACK culture that can only be found in Houston really doesn't exist...AND.... People really don't think Houston is the best City in Texas for BLACKS...................hmmmm...See how that works?!
Considering Dallas is one of the cities that attracts black transplants more than any other, this isn’t even that outrageous of a claim. Whoever denies Dallas’ position as a professional black magnet is the equivilent of your insecurity on this topic. Except that at least that has cultural connection so it’s not as cringe as insecurities tied to stores.

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Old 05-22-2023, 04:11 PM
 
Location: Dallas,Texas
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I feel like they're trying to make HPV a more nationally known premier shopping center. The recent renovations look fantastic. I like they've replaced the asphalt parking lot with brick pavers. It really complements the historical Spanish architecture.
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Old 05-22-2023, 09:25 PM
 
Location: San Francisco Bay Area
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As of May 22, 2023
Texas Exclusives- Bolded.
Proper city limits of Dallas and Houston only.


Upscale/Luxury Shopping in Dallas


Highland Park Village:
Akris // Alexander McQueen // Alice + Olivia // Anne Fontaine // Audemars Piguet // Balmain----(Opening Soon) // Bandier // Beretta Gallery // Brioni-----(Opening Soon) // Brunello Cucinelli //Carolina Herrera // Cartier // Céline // Chanel---(Under Renovation/Expansion) // Christian Dior-----(Planned Expansion to take Previous RL) // Christian Louboutin // The Conservatory & The Conservatory on Two // Dr. Barbara Sturm // Etro // FRAME // Fendi // Goyard // Hadleigh’s & Hadleigh's Atelier // Harry Winston // Hermés // JamesPerse // Jimmy Choo // Jonathan Simkhai-----(Opening Soon) // La Ligne // Le Labo // Lela Rose // Loewe-----(Opening Soon) // Loro Piana // LoveShack Fancy // Market // Madison // Miron Crosby // Moncler // Panerai // Peter Millar // Rag & Bone // Ralph Lauren // Roller Rabbit // Rolex // Tom Ford // Tory Burch // Trina Turk // Valentino // Van Cleef & Arpels // Veronica Beard // William Noble Jewels // Zegna

NorthPark Center:
Aēsop Northpark // Adriano Goldschmied // Allsaints // Annie Bing //APM Monaco-----(Opening Soon) // Arhaus // Balenciaga // Billy Reid // Bottega Veneta // Boss // Breitling // Burberry // Byredo // Canali // CH Carolina Herrera // Cole Haan // Creed // David Yurman // Design Within Reach // Diesel // Diptyque // Dolce & Gabbana // Eataly // Eileen Fisher // Eiseman Jewels // Fabiana Filippi // Ferragamo // Ganni // Golden Goose // Gucci---(Under Renovation/Expansion) // Hive & Colony // Hublot // Isabel Marant // Jil Sander-----(Opening Soon) // Jo Malone // John Varvatos // Kate Spade New York // Kiehl's Since 1851 // Lacoste // Longchamp // Louis Vuitton // Maison Margiela // Maje // Marc Jacobs-----(Opening Soon) // Marni-----(Opening Soon) // MCM // Montblanc // Na Hoku // Neiman Marcus // Nespresso // Nordstrom // Oliver Peoples // Omega // Peloton // Prada-----(Opening Soon) // Rimowa // Robert Graham // Rodd & Gunn // Saint Laurent // Sandro // Sarah Flint // Scanlan Theodore // Scotch & Soda // Shinola // St. John // Stuart Weitzman // Tag Heuer // Ted Baker London // Tesla // Tiffany & Co.---(Under Renovation/Expansion) // Todd Snyder-----(Opening Soon) // Tod's // Tory Burch // Tumi // Versace // Williams Sonoma // Zimmermann

Galleria Dallas:
Bachendorf's // Gucci // Louis Vuitton // Nordstrom // Tiffany & Co.

Knox-Henderson/Routh St.:
Aēsop Knox // Ann Mashburn & Sid Mashburn // Black Optical // Bonobos // CB2 // Emily Summers | Studio 54 // Indochino // Knot Standard // Ralph Lauren Home // Reformation // RH Dallas // Room & Board // Stag // Velvet by Graham & Spencer // Vince // Weir's

Plaza at Preston Center/Snider Plaza/Inwood Village/Preston Rd.:
Bachendorf's // Benefit // Betty Reiter // Cos Bar // de Boulle Diamond & Jewelry // Elaine Turner // J Hilburn // J.Mc Laughlin // Matthew Trent // Nardos Design // Orvis // Pockets Menswear // Q Clothier // Tootsies // Warren Barron Bridal // YLang 23 // ZO Skin Centre

Downtown/Uptown/West Village/Design District/Victory Park::
Alton Lane // Don Morphy // Forty Five Ten on Main // House of Krigler // Joanna Czech // Jonathan Adler // Koleksiyon Furniture LLC // Lucchese Boots // Lunya // Neiman Marcus Flagship (Original) // Nicole Kwon // Patagonia // Q Clothier // Rye 51 // Stanley Korshak // Taschen // TRAFFIC LA Mens & Women's // Suitsupply


Oak Cliff/Bishop Arts:
All Good Things // Beatnik Fine Goods // DLM Supply // Glass Optical // Marcel Market

Stores looking to enter the Dallas area:
-Perrin Paris

Upscale/Luxury Shopping in Houston:

The Galleria:
Aēsop Galleria // Adriano Goldschmied // Allsaints // Akris // Arabian Oud // Balenciaga // Bally // Boss // Bottega Veneta // Breitling // Burberry // Bvlgari // Céline // CH Carolina Herrera // Chanel // Christian Louboutin // Cole Haan // Creed // David Yurman // De Beers // Dior // Fabergé // Fendi // Ferragamo // Gentle Monster// Giorgio Armani // Golden Goose // Gucci // Hublot // Indochino // Jimmy Choo // Jo Malone // John Varvatos // Kate Spade New York // Lacoste // Lafayette 148 New York // Loro Piana // Louis Vuitton // Louis Vuitton Men's // Maje // Marc Jacobs // MCM // Moncler // Montblanc // Neiman Marcus // Nespresso // Nordstrom // Omega // Paige // Panerai // Prada // Rag & Bone // Ralph Lauren // Robert Graham // Saint Laurent // Saks Fifth Avenue // Sandro // Scotch & Soda // St. John // Stuart Weitzman // Tag Heuer // Ted Baker London // Tesla // Tiffany & Co. // Tod's // Tom Ford // Tory Burch // Tous // Tumi // Valentino // Versace // The Webster // Wolford // Zegna

Highland Village Houston/Montrose/Heights Mercantile:
Aēsop Montrose // Aēsop Heights Mercantile // Cole Haan // Design Within Reach // Kate Spade New York // Kiehl's Since 1851 // Lucchese Boots // Marine Layer // Peloton // Pottery Barn // Pottery Barn Kids // Q Clothier // Restoration Hardware // Rye 51 // Warby Parker // Williams Sonoma

BLVD Place/Rice Village/Town & Country Village:
Alton Lane// Elaine Turner // Jonathan Adler // Knot Standard //Suitsupply // Williams Sonoma (x2)

River Oaks Area/West Ave.:

Ann Mashburn & Sid Mashburn // Arhaus // Billy Reid // Ganni // House of Krigler // Q Clothier // Le Labo // Rye 51 // Stag Provisions // Tootsie's (Original Flagship)

River Oaks District:
Alice + Olivia // Assouline // Baccarat // Brunello Cucinelli // Canali // Cartier // The Conservatory // COS // Cos Bar // de Boulle Diamond & Jewelry // Davidoff of Geneva // Dior // Diptyque // Dolce & Gabbana // Etro // FRAME // Frances Valentine // Harry Winston // Hermès // Intermix // Jenni Kayne // Jo Malone // Kiton // // LoveShack Fancy // Lunya // Moreau // NARS //Oliver Peoples // Van Cleef & Arpels // Veronica Beard // Vilebrequin // Vince // Zadig & Voltaire // Zimmerman

Stores looking to enter the Houston area:
-(Rumored) Paul & Shark at Galleria
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Old 05-22-2023, 11:00 PM
 
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Originally Posted by Jasonsim View Post
As of May 22, 2023
Texas Exclusives- Bolded.
Proper city limits of Dallas and Houston only.


Upscale/Luxury Shopping in Dallas


Highland Park Village:
Akris // Alexander McQueen // Alice + Olivia // Anne Fontaine // Audemars Piguet // Balmain----(Opening Soon) // Bandier // Beretta Gallery // Brioni-----(Opening Soon) // Brunello Cucinelli //Carolina Herrera // Cartier // Céline // Chanel---(Under Renovation/Expansion) // Christian Dior-----(Planned Expansion to take Previous RL) // Christian Louboutin // The Conservatory & The Conservatory on Two // Dr. Barbara Sturm // Etro // FRAME // Fendi // Goyard // Hadleigh’s & Hadleigh's Atelier // Harry Winston // Hermés // JamesPerse // Jimmy Choo // Jonathan Simkhai-----(Opening Soon) // La Ligne // Le Labo // Lela Rose // Loewe-----(Opening Soon) // Loro Piana // LoveShack Fancy // Market // Madison // Miron Crosby // Moncler // Panerai // Peter Millar // Rag & Bone // Ralph Lauren // Roller Rabbit // Rolex // Tom Ford // Tory Burch // Trina Turk // Valentino // Van Cleef & Arpels // Veronica Beard // William Noble Jewels // Zegna

NorthPark Center:
Aēsop Northpark // Adriano Goldschmied // Allsaints // Annie Bing //APM Monaco-----(Opening Soon) // Arhaus // Balenciaga // Billy Reid // Bottega Veneta // Boss // Breitling // Burberry // Byredo // Canali // CH Carolina Herrera // Cole Haan // Creed // David Yurman // Design Within Reach // Diesel // Diptyque // Dolce & Gabbana // Eataly // Eileen Fisher // Eiseman Jewels // Fabiana Filippi // Ferragamo // Ganni // Golden Goose // Gucci---(Under Renovation/Expansion) // Hive & Colony // Hublot // Isabel Marant // Jil Sander-----(Opening Soon) // Jo Malone // John Varvatos // Kate Spade New York // Kiehl's Since 1851 // Lacoste // Longchamp // Louis Vuitton // Maison Margiela // Maje // Marc Jacobs-----(Opening Soon) // Marni-----(Opening Soon) // MCM // Montblanc // Na Hoku // Neiman Marcus // Nespresso // Nordstrom // Oliver Peoples // Omega // Peloton // Prada-----(Opening Soon) // Rimowa // Robert Graham // Rodd & Gunn // Saint Laurent // Sandro // Sarah Flint // Scanlan Theodore // Scotch & Soda // Shinola // St. John // Stuart Weitzman // Tag Heuer // Ted Baker London // Tesla // Tiffany & Co.---(Under Renovation/Expansion) // Todd Snyder-----(Opening Soon) // Tod's // Tory Burch // Tumi // Versace // Williams Sonoma // Zimmermann

Galleria Dallas:
Bachendorf's // Gucci // Louis Vuitton // Nordstrom // Tiffany & Co.

Knox-Henderson/Routh St.:
Aēsop Knox // Ann Mashburn & Sid Mashburn // Black Optical // Bonobos // CB2 // Emily Summers | Studio 54 // Indochino // Knot Standard // Ralph Lauren Home // Reformation // RH Dallas // Room & Board // Stag // Velvet by Graham & Spencer // Vince // Weir's

Plaza at Preston Center/Snider Plaza/Inwood Village/Preston Rd.:
Bachendorf's // Benefit // Betty Reiter // Cos Bar // de Boulle Diamond & Jewelry // Elaine Turner // J Hilburn // J.Mc Laughlin // Matthew Trent // Nardos Design // Orvis // Pockets Menswear // Q Clothier // Tootsies // Warren Barron Bridal // YLang 23 // ZO Skin Centre

Downtown/Uptown/West Village/Design District/Victory Park::
Alton Lane // Don Morphy // Forty Five Ten on Main // House of Krigler // Joanna Czech // Jonathan Adler // Koleksiyon Furniture LLC // Lucchese Boots // Lunya // Neiman Marcus Flagship (Original) // Nicole Kwon // Patagonia // Q Clothier // Rye 51 // Stanley Korshak // Taschen // TRAFFIC LA Mens & Women's // Suitsupply


Oak Cliff/Bishop Arts:
All Good Things // Beatnik Fine Goods // DLM Supply // Glass Optical // Marcel Market

Stores looking to enter the Dallas area:
-Perrin Paris

Upscale/Luxury Shopping in Houston:

The Galleria:
Aēsop Galleria // Adriano Goldschmied // Allsaints // Akris // Arabian Oud // Balenciaga // Bally // Boss // Bottega Veneta // Breitling // Burberry // Bvlgari // Céline // CH Carolina Herrera // Chanel // Christian Louboutin // Cole Haan // Creed // David Yurman // De Beers // Dior // Fabergé // Fendi // Ferragamo // Gentle Monster// Giorgio Armani // Golden Goose // Gucci // Hublot // Indochino // Jimmy Choo // Jo Malone // John Varvatos // Kate Spade New York // Lacoste // Lafayette 148 New York // Loro Piana // Louis Vuitton // Louis Vuitton Men's // Maje // Marc Jacobs // MCM // Moncler // Montblanc // Neiman Marcus // Nespresso // Nordstrom // Omega // Paige // Panerai // Prada // Rag & Bone // Ralph Lauren // Robert Graham // Saint Laurent // Saks Fifth Avenue // Sandro // Scotch & Soda // St. John // Stuart Weitzman // Tag Heuer // Ted Baker London // Tesla // Tiffany & Co. // Tod's // Tom Ford // Tory Burch // Tous // Tumi // Valentino // Versace // The Webster // Wolford // Zegna

Highland Village Houston/Montrose/Heights Mercantile:
Aēsop Montrose // Aēsop Heights Mercantile // Cole Haan // Design Within Reach // Kate Spade New York // Kiehl's Since 1851 // Lucchese Boots // Marine Layer // Peloton // Pottery Barn // Pottery Barn Kids // Q Clothier // Restoration Hardware // Rye 51 // Warby Parker // Williams Sonoma

BLVD Place/Rice Village/Town & Country Village:
Alton Lane// Elaine Turner // Jonathan Adler // Knot Standard //Suitsupply // Williams Sonoma (x2)

River Oaks Area/West Ave.:

Ann Mashburn & Sid Mashburn // Arhaus // Billy Reid // Ganni // House of Krigler // Q Clothier // Le Labo // Rye 51 // Stag Provisions // Tootsie's (Original Flagship)

River Oaks District:
Alice + Olivia // Assouline // Baccarat // Brunello Cucinelli // Canali // Cartier // The Conservatory // COS // Cos Bar // de Boulle Diamond & Jewelry // Davidoff of Geneva // Dior // Diptyque // Dolce & Gabbana // Etro // FRAME // Frances Valentine // Harry Winston // Hermès // Intermix // Jenni Kayne // Jo Malone // Kiton // // LoveShack Fancy // Lunya // Moreau // NARS //Oliver Peoples // Van Cleef & Arpels // Veronica Beard // Vilebrequin // Vince // Zadig & Voltaire // Zimmerman

Stores looking to enter the Houston area:
-(Rumored) Paul & Shark at Galleria

Thanks Jason.......Your lists backs everything I've said........Watch them IGNORE it..
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Old 05-22-2023, 11:05 PM
 
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HPV has DOUBLE the amout of EXCLUSIVES to Texas than R.O.D.........

...And Lil ole NORTHPARK Has nearly doubled the amount of EXCLUSIVES than the BAHEMOTH-sized Houston Galleria!!!!!!






...I wonder why???............ No I don't!!!!!!!!

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