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  1. Excellent news. Very smart to drop the vicious teeth and menacing arms of the prior design.
  2. Per this tracking, the last time this vessel came to Houston it stopped by Halifax and Davisville (near Providence RI) on the way here. https://www.myshiptracking.com/vessels/felicity-ace-mmsi-371427000-imo-9293911 Dunno if it was meant to continue on to Houston this time.
  3. I heard it was a seafood place, so that's consistent.
  4. It will have to have a high price to support the rent, especially on such a big space (6,198 sf). I think there's plenty of business out there, but they do need to distinguish themselves from other nearby restaurants. On that point, B19 and Hudson House have pretty similar menus and are right next door...
  5. Interesting name. I tried to figure out what it means and the only thing I can come up with is the Cocody is the name of an upscale suburb of Abidjan, Ivory Coast. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cocody
  6. Based upon the attached and what it looked like to me yesterday, I think they are just demolishing the storefronts and will build new storefronts to match the Rice Box aesthetic. I have no inside knowledge so could be wrong. FYI, the Badolina bakery across the street is now open and its fantastic. 3259 SF RTL TO RSTRNT W:STR'L MODS 1-1-5.pdf
  7. Works for me using the search portal. http://www.cohtora.houstontx.gov/approot/soldpermits/online_permit.htm That one is a Pokeworks. 2514 Rice.pdf
  8. Looks like Rice Box found another location after their University & Greenbriar deal failed. 5504 Morningside.pdf
  9. There is. Looks They are listing up to 2100sf, which is the size of the bath store. Guessing that lease is expiring and they are doing a remodel to try to attract a new tenant. Ho-hum.
  10. Despite the title of this thread and references above to Midway, the plat highly suggests to me that this is going to be just another H-E-B. Of course, that's not a criticism of the project. Their newest Meyerland location is really nice. The landowner is 2700 Alabama Kirby, LLC with H-E-B, LP signing at its sole member. This means that H-E-B, LP is the sole owner of the entity at this time. H-E-B does develop conventional shopping centers that they anchor, but I'm not aware of them developing any apartment or mixed-use projects. Perhaps H-E-B will get more creative, but I doubt they are going to think out of the box with this one.
  11. A sign for an off street parking variance was posted last Thursday. I live very close to this location and am glad my street is permit only 7 days a week 😁
  12. Agree with you. One of the tenants in that center told me perhaps four or five years ago that their lease and all the other leases in the center expired in seven years. I don't know if that information is still accurate, but if I'm the Landlord, I'd want to manage the property in that way to expedite redevelopment.
  13. Keep in mind that the existing use of this property is two massive surface parking lots for TMC employees who are shuttled into other buildings. Those parkers will have to be accommodated or relocated to another site. Underground parking for the TMC3 site alone would be astoundingly expensive. We shall see. At least OST and Braeswood are pretty big roads that should be able to handle the extra traffic.
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