On that note, it feels weird to me why Bridgeland is developing literally right now - as the local and global economy crumbles, a layman like myself would guess this would be a stressful time to start big projects, let a whole swathe of ones who all happen to be primed and well positioned to all start at the same time, all within within a few blocks of each other. I am curious on what people smarter than me think about if this is a coincidence or if there is something more to it.
Yep I totally agree and I should clarify - I use "complete" in quotations as it's more of subjective feeling (e.g. minimum vision of a high density active community achieved, with no giant holes or imaginary projects that will one day fill them). I could now live there and say I live in a neighbourhood with those urban characteristics, not that one day it will become a neighbourhood with those characteristics. It's an opinion, not a measurable fact. With these projects, Bridgeland officially meets my minimum characteristics of being a successful high density urban community.i was thinking in the context of 50, 75 or 100yrs as mentioned in the post. in that sense i dont think bridgeland has exhausted its growth potential.