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  1. Some ponding in at least a small portion of the construction site (or at least what's viewable from the construction live feed)
  2. Davis Commercial might have found a tenant for 2301 University Blvd and that tenant might be The Rice Box restaurant . The new Rice Village area location will probably be designed by Collaborative Projects. I am geeked about the renovations.
  3. Photos of 2301 University Blvd, the site of flower shop Village Greenery & Flowers.Photos from the Davis Commercial listing.
  4. The building at 2301 University Blvd was for lease in November. This is (was) the site of flower shop Village Greenery & Flowers. Davis Commercial listed the property. Loopnet listing: https://www.loopnet.com/Listing/2301-University-Blvd-Houston-TX/14495355/ (archive link) Davis Commercial listing: https://davis-commercial.com/property/lease/2301-University-Blvd.html (archive link) Brochure: https://davis-commercial.com/PDF/forlease/2301-University-Blvd-v6.pdf (archive link) From the listings: Year Built: 1939 4,720 SF Bldg
  5. 2301 University Boulevard in the Rice Village area. This is on the corner of Greenbriar Dr near the University Place neighborhood and Rice University in Houston. Aerial view Street View images from January 2019: Corner of University Blvd and Greenbriar Dr. University Blvd Greenbriar Dr
  6. From the Loopnet listing & brochure for 2525 Rice Blvd. This is the former Buffalo Wild Wings building in the Rice Village area: Year Built 1968 Gross Leasable Area : 6,154 SF Property Type Retail 31 Parking Spaces Onsite
  7. 2525 Rice Blvd in the| Rice Village area was home to Buffalo Wild Wings. It closed last year. The property is listed on Loopnet (and other sites) as of August by Pipeline Realty. This was previously posted in the Rice Village development thread. Since this is not part of the Rice Village development and is an entirely different building owned by someone else, this should have its own thread. Here is the previous post about it: https://www.houstonarchitecture.com/haif/topic/30491-rice-village-arcade-renovation-future-mixed-use/?do=findComment&comment=598832
  8. 2525 Rice Boulevard in the Rice Village area, Houston. Aerial view Street View from 2016
  9. Sweetgreen is open at 1303 Westheimer, Houston. This is the renovated space of Doc's Motorworks. Photos from Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/p/B2RV9rvlEBc/
  10. Update on POST or Post HTX at 401 Franklin in downtown Houston. From POST's Instagram Wednesday (the photo posted was Lui's photo from March, posted to the thread here . ) As the sparks fly and the dust settles, demolition at POST is wrapping up. Let the construction phase begin. https://www.instagram.com/p/B2kZcYchm43/
  11. https://www.houstonarchitecture.com/haif/topic/28752-post-htx-401-franklin-post-office-site-redevelopment/?do=findComment&comment=598626 The Loopnet listing for POST or Post HTX at 401 Franklin in downtown Houston was updated recently. There's a new url for the listing. Some of the previous details about the development, including the hotel and a diagram with the hotel were removed. https://www.loopnet.com/Listing/401-Franklin-St-Houston-TX/17218874/ (archive link)
  12. More on Kanau Sushi (or may only go by Kanau. This is from the owner of Tobiuo in Katy. This is the sushi restaurant that's part of the ground floor retail at Drewery Place. It's part of Laneways Midtown by Caydon. It will be located at 2850 Fannin St, Ste 400. From Eater Houston today: Kanau Sushi is set to land at Midtown’s Drewery Place in 2020. Next year, the chef in charge of Katy’s finest sushi restaurant will open Kanau Sushi, a new raw fish destination in Midtown. The restaurant is set to make its debut in early 2020 at Midtown Houston’s high-rise Drewery Place development. Per a press release, the restaurant will occupy a 2,000 square foot space inside the development.. More: https://houston.eater.com/2019/9/19/20874065/kanau-sushi-opening-midtown-houston-2020-chef-mike-lim
  13. From CultureMap today: The bustling 7800 Washington, a mixed-use development anchoring the Design District located in the Upper Washington Corridor, has a sleek new tenant. The Ladco Design Center, one of the nation’s largest interior design showrooms, has unveiled The Shops at Ladco. http://houston.culturemap.com/news/home-design/09-18-19-7800-washington-ladco-design-center-shops-at-ladco-baker-mcguire-century-furniture-ego-paris
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