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  1. My snarky comment today: The picture on the right could be you! .....trying to get out of your condo during the next big flood.
  2. This is the only picture I can find in my phone. I think my mom said this was from the 40s.
  3. This was my grandparent's dairy. Closed in 1976. Sam's Club sits on the property today.
  4. My brother worked for Air Liquide. They always referred to this building as the "bunker".
  5. Super Serv was a buying group for independent super markets. I believe we were able to purchase certain items at a discount each week, if we belonged to the Super Serv group. We had a small independent store and purchased from Schepps Grocery Wholesale. It may have been associated with Schepps. There was another group that was similar and their logo/group was "Lucky 7" stores. This is my dad in the 50s and if you look at the circular behind him, you can make out the Super Serv name.
  6. Well, that's interesting. Full Line Food Company owned the property and moved thier warehouse operations about a year ago. I assumed they sold the property. Maybe not.
  7. This property has been cleared. Entire block on corner or Robbie and Airline. Anyone know the plans? https://www.loopnet.com/Listing/1915-Airline-Dr-Houston-TX/14608593/
  8. Property has been for sale for along time and now shows under contract. Any word as to plans for this property? https://www.loopnet.com/Listing/605-E-29th-St-Houston-TX/23560267/
  9. Get your bids in by tomorrow for the Esperson Building... https://www.loopnet.com/Listing/808-Travis-Street-815-Walker-Street-Houston-TX/23477122/
  10. I don't get it. A car ran into the building. It's been without brick, with plastic sheeting, for more than a year. I don't understand why they have not been allowed to repair the building with the brick that is there.
  11. Just posted on The Leader: "Houston City Council approved the submission of a grant application to the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department in October of last year. In May, the Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission approved the $898,000 urban outdoor matching grant for the planned park, Sunset Heights Park. The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department grant will be matched with public funds and donations to repurpose the METRO Transit Station." https://www.theleadernews.com/community/planned-sunset-heights-park-receives-grant/article_839a126a-c936-11eb-b90c-53e9690afee7.html?fbclid=IwAR0KWB9mfHep9XIyuE0P-aAIJT94xDwysFCVRJtjNbzvoL9-OHxjgK9Mp3o
  12. If I were to build a casino in the area, I would definitely head West of town. Try to pull in some of the San Antonio and Austin customers. Somewhere along Columbus/Schulenberg, if you can find enough land.
  13. Did I understand the video correctly? First floor parking, then a floor of retail, and then 3 more floors of parking? Also, they referred to the building the party was held as their "sister building?" Looks like the building at Studewood and 11th. Can anyone confirm? Also, Mr. Houston? 🤢
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