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News, Shelby, Nau Center, March 2015
The Cohn House was to be part of the Nau Center for Texas Cultural Heritage, which is now on hold. Photo by Shelby Hodge
Mayor Annise D. Parker, from left, John L. Nau, III and Ric Campo at the Nau Center Groundbreaking Ceremony November 2014
Only four months ago Mayor Annise Parker, from left, John L. Nau III and Ric Campo celebrated the groundbreaking. Photo by Nick de la Torre
Nau Center Exterior Rendering Courtesy of Bailey Architects November 2014
This exterior rendering of the proposed Nau Center was presented at the groundbreaking in November. Rendering courtesy of Bailey Architects
Nau Center Visitor Center Rendering Courtesy of Gallagher & Associates
An interior view of the $80 million Nau Center for Texas Cultural Heritage. Rendering courtesy of Gallagher & Associates
News, Shelby, Nau Center, March 2015
While Nau Center is put on hold, construction cranes fill the sky near the George R. Brown Convention Center. Photo by Shelby Hodge