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  1. Photos of Gypsy Poet's new restaurant location at 1050 Studewood St. The photos were shared this week on Google Maps and Facebook.
  2. CultureMap article on the opening of the Gypsy Poet's new location at 1050 Studewood St. https://houston.culturemap.com/news/restaurants-bars/fan-favorite-wood-fired-houston-pizzeria-quietly-opens-in-the-heights/
  3. According to the most recent city of Houston planning commission agenda, the Residences at 1934 West Gray plat is part of the River Oaks Shopping Center. Should this be merged with the River Oaks Shopping Center topic? @Urbannizer @Triton
  4. In addition to 1015 W 19th St, the adjacent parcel at 1009 W 19th St was also acquired by Bear Group Hospitality last year. 1009 W 19th St is next to Big Star Bar at 1005 W 19th St. 1009 West 19th St and 1015 West 19th St are across from brewery Eureka Heights Brew Co. at 941 W 18th St. Bear Group Hospitality is a company based in Austin. They're the minds behind Handlebar (Washington Corridor) and Midtown bar Unicorn Disco. The group also operate Beez Kneez in Austin. 1009 W 19th St - Google Maps Streetview May 2022 1015 W 19th St - Google Maps Streetview May 2022
  5. @hindesky this is not located at 1025 19th St. Also, there is an existing topic for this property under the property's correct address: 1015 W 19th St. Back in July, I posted about the group behind Beez Kneez purchasing the Shady Acres property. Mods @Urbannizer @Triton please merge this with the existing topic on this property linked below: https://www.houstonarchitecture.com/haif/topic/45492-1015-w-19th-st
  6. Thanks for confirming! Hopefully, Ford Fry's Little Rey will find success in Houston. My understanding is the restaurant is the casual off-shoot of Superica, Rocket Farm Restaurants' Tex-Mex concept.
  7. No. Crave isn't closing. The entire property is available for sale.
  8. The Gypsy Poet's second location is open at 1050 Studewood St. Saturday was the first day of the restaurant's soft opening.
  9. BuildPro removed Captiva Westheimer from its website. It's possible the removal could be due to developers' desires to keep this under wraps for now. Who knows. Still, are you certain the rendering linked is for Captiva Westheimer? A reverse image search reveals the rendering is for Sonnet, a multi-family apartment in Washington D.C. https://www.greystar.com/properties/washington-dc/sonnet-apartments https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/renderings_reveal_market-rate_component_of_new_15th_and_u_apartments/12126
  10. You're right. Privacy is used as a theme night for some night clubs and bars, including Space. However, one of the owners behind Ratio recently filed an entity for Privacy. They also applied for an alcohol permit under the same name. While an entity filing, a trade name listed on an alcohol permit, and an Instagram account aren't always conclusive proof (often businesses list one name, but change to another upon opening), in this case, it's more than likely an indication Privacy is preparing to take over the 2401 San Jacinto space. I find it interesting the group behind Ratio is also taking over or rebranding Space. Prior to Ratio opening at 2301 Main St, Rose Gold operated there. Mario Azodinia acquired Rose Gold from Eighty Six'd Group. He also operates Space. Azodinia also owns others bars and clubs around town. Parma - which was previously an Eighty Six'd concept - and Seaside Lounge are among them. He is also linked to the bribery scheme involving Mayor Turner's former aide William-Paul Thomas.
  11. First local coverage of 80 ( 80 Sports Bar & Lounge ) was published yesterday. 80 is an upscale sports bar from former Texans wide receiver Andre Johnson. It's estimated to open this month at 4105 Washington Avenue. https://www.houstoniamag.com/eat-and-drink/2022/12/rare-steakhouse-becoming-80-sports-bar
  12. Replacing nightclub Space at 2401 San Jacinto St is Privacy. It's a bar and lounge from the group behind Ratio, located at 2301 Main St, Suite 200. I think it will be more of a hookah bar and nightclub. Food is served at Ratio, but I don't know if Privacy will include a dining aspect. https://www.instagram.com/privacyloungehtx
  13. 1200 Givens St recently changed hands. According to documents filed with the Harris County Clerk, Summer Street Retail LP sold the 0.78 acre parcel to Anadi Hotels. Anadi Hotels' portfolio mostly includes Holiday Inn Express and La Quinta Inn hotels. It's likely one of those brands will be built on this property in the Sawyer Heights neighborhood. https://www.anadi.com/
  14. There is a recent building permit for 1830 W Alabama purchased by Maurice Ojeda. Ojeda owned a few bars, most notably Capitol Bar in Midtown, which closed during the pandemic.
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