1504 - Unicorn Bar
1512 - Consignments Etc., Grumpy Grunts Antiques
1513 - Stonesthrow Realty
1517 - Marinis Empanada
1521 - Udder Delight Ice Cream
1525 - Bar-B-Que Ranch
1533 - Lunar Record Traders
1534 - Greek Village Restaurant (I think I found a picture of this one)
1536 - Gyro Gyros Sandwich
1536 1/2 - Mr. Skins Tattoo
1540 - Bedlam Brass Beds
1550 - Taco Place
1600 - Imperial Plumbing Supplies
1601 - D. Butterfield Antiques
1611 - Clip Joint Barbecue Shop
1612 - Reeds Key Shop
1613 - Records Exchange
1618 - Thoede Auto Supply
1619 - UtoteM Food Stores (have a picture of this as a Circle K)
1621 - Single Services
1623 - Mr. Peabody's Wayback Machine
1625 - Scientific Chemical
1627 - Harlan Equipment Co.
1635 - Things Etc. Antiques
1636 - RKM Mopeds
1638 - Butlers Pet Centers
1641 - SOS Radio & Television
1642 - Westheimer Aquatics
1657 - Xerographic Service Center
1658 - Gantrys Dining Sal/Westheimer Food & Beverage
1660 - Anker Billiard Supply (or Anker Billiard Destination) in A, Shaws Tattoo Studio in C, Budget Commercial Sign (or 1 Hour Budget Signs) in D. No info in B
1665 - Blantons Flowers
And that should be it...! Well, Westheimer continues (even in 1982) to beyond the 14000 block, but we aren't going to go up to block 140 as 16 was quite an adventure in itself. While it's still a bit of a work in progress (new updates every week, not including updated sections), please visit The Houston Files, a new site of mine focusing on various buildings old and new.
The only issue I have is that TXDOT has said that they are not planning on providing necessary support columns for a park ontop of the deck. If that is true, I dont know how we will be able to add the extra load of millions of pounds of dirt on top of this structure. We would need to go back to the foundation and re-build the whole thing. Then you risk damaging the new road and causing a major issue.
My issue with the Greyhound station is more infrastructure - it was designed with Main street was multiple lanes wide, and is not a good fit with the new single lane, divided street. There's no pull off, the buses have to go on round about routes and cut the corners to turn, and the building isn't big enough to have proper waiting areas.
Drove down Yoakum today and took time to look at the foot print and there is actually a fair amount of space between the north side of this tower and the south side
of the Hanover. Also the Hanover's garage extends south maybe a hundred feet out from the actual tower.
Also the east west offset front and back of the lot is fairly substantial. With the Hanover hugging Montrose and this tower situated much closer to Yoakum there is much more distance between the two than the angle the rendering described.
In other words there is a lot more opportunity for Hanover residents to retain a good view.
Annunciation Church is really going to be a stunning edifice.