Full Member
  • Content count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won


CrockpotandGravel last won the day on February 23

CrockpotandGravel had the most liked content!

Community Reputation

2221 Excellent

About CrockpotandGravel

  • Rank

Profile Information

  • Gender

Recent Profile Visitors

4173 profile views
  1. Build out pictures of Truck Yard Houston in East Village @ 2118 Lamar AC installation From Facebook From HM Steel Fab's Facebook
  2. Rendering of Truck Yard opening in Houston's East Village in EaDo. The address is 2118 Lamar St, Suite 150.
  3. There's a plan review fee for 7122 Old Katy Rd submitted to the city this week
  4. Updated site map for 2339 Commerce Street. Two tenants added: Interfield - a leading consulting engineering company in Houston, specializing in engineering and architectural design services. Inbox Printing - Houston’s premier full-service printing company. With a full staff of industry veterans and the latest in digital printing equipment on site.
  5. Burgr Hous is opening this summer. Construction started in mid-May.
  6. Seaside Poke at East Village @ 2118 Lamar, Ste 101 Photos from their Facebook page:
  7. Updated site plan for 1415 Richmond Ave strip center being redeveloped by Braun Enterprises. In the Pepino's Italian Restaurant space at 1421 Richmond Avenue is Ms. Saigon Cafe. The barber shop is closing. The site plan shows the space being available in the fall.
  8. Greater Mt. Zion Missonary Baptist Church at 835 W 23rd St is up for sale in Shady Acres. Here's the Loopnet listing: Lot Size 49,120 SF Building Size 6,900 SF Great development opportunity in Houston Heights! Approximately 6,900 square feet, Church building with a total of 15 lots. 49,123 square feet of land according Harris County Appraisal District. Possible retrofit for Special Use facility like school or demolish and build new luxury homes. Several blocks from new HEB Market planned for Shepherd and W. 22nd. Just off North Loop 610 West and Durham. Near proposed Yale Street Market with Whole Foods Store. 10 minutes from Downtown Houston. Super location! Houston Heights off N. Loop 610 West and Durham. One-half block from intersection of Durham and W. 23rd.
  9. More on Walking Stick Brewing Co. planned for 957 Wakefield: From Facebook: Craft Beer. Inspired by the Rockies. Brewed in Houston. Brewery and Brewpub under development. From a branding website: The Walking Stick Brewing Company is a brewery and taphouse that serves organic brews in Houston, but whose heart and soul lie deep in the Rocky Mountains.
  10. @mcook2002
  11. Le Peep is relocating to Westheimer Oaks at 4340 Westheimer next to Bosscat Kitchen & Libations. From Houston Business Journal: The about 30-year-old Le Peep will move into its new digs in late August or early September. The restaurant, which has several Houston-area locations, had been mulling the decision for the past few years due to uncertainty for future redevelopment in the area. California-based developer OliverMcMillan, the owner of the nearby River Oaks District, entered into a ground lease agreement in August 2015 with the landowners of Le Peep, Sullivan’s Steakhouse, Westcreek Market and Deli and Exceptional Nails salon. Renderings
  12. More renderings from different angles. This comes from plans submitted to HAHC.
  13. From Houston Business Journal about the E 11th and Beverly Street development at 628 E 11th Street : A developer with ties to the neighborhood and a landowner are preparing to build a roughly 14,000-square-foot retail project in the Heights, which could cause the relocation of an art gallery. The two-story project, at 11th and Beverly Street, is expected to break ground in the late third quarter or the beginning of the fourth quarter, said Shayn Robinson, a principal at Houston-based developer Darrow. The joint venture is between Darrow, which has developed multifamily projects in Houston, and the landowner, who Robinson declined to name citing a confidentiality agreement. The rest is behind a paywall:
  14. More about the E 11th and Beverly Street development at 628 E 11th Street on Swamplot: Renderings from the post above and on Swamplot
  15. From CityBook a few months ago, speculation about a possible hotel for the Cheek Neal Building at 2017 Preston. Funky, still-transitional EaDo would make an ideal home for a new hotel to serve the crowds of the nearby George R. Brown and the Dynamo’s BBVA Compass Stadium. Developer David Denenberg — owner of the historic Cheek Neal Coffee Building, currently beginning a massive renovation — says he’s considering something like a creative-class-savvy Ace Hotel for his property, with its soaring ceilings and large, vintage industrial windows. The Oregon-based Ace chain is famous for re purposing old structures — a halfway house in Portland, a theater in L.A. — into affordable hotels that function as temporary workspaces for the laptop-and-latte set. status: under serious consideration