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  1. "10 and Heights isn’t the only development soon to be a destination in the Heights. The upcoming Durham Row, which will be located at 1239 N. Durham Dr. between West 13th Street and West 12th Street, is owned by Brinker/Sloan Properties and The Blue Ox Group is also its leasing agent. Jacobs said 10 and Heights will have a variety of tenants like office spaces, medical offices, fitness-related businesses and other tenants that make the most sense for the property. “Durham Row is a great property,” Jacobs said. “The vision is to build something more restaurant-centric. The vision is to fill the whole thing with restaurants. We have the ability to do that because of parking space.”" Full article here: https://www.theleadernews.com/real_estate/two-new-developments-coming-to-heights/article_7ff28270-05f2-11ec-8fbc-dfcf7cd221a1.html Renderings here: https://www.crexi.com/lease/properties/312142/texas-durham-row
  2. "The longstanding warehouse Party Boy at 1515 Studemont St. was a go-to for many locals to buy their party supplies. Soon it will be replaced by a mixed-use development that will bring the Heights more store outposts, dentists offices, restaurants and more. Owned by Oxberry Group, the development will be called 10 and Heights, and is in the beginning stages of development." Full article here: https://www.theleadernews.com/real_estate/two-new-developments-coming-to-heights/article_7ff28270-05f2-11ec-8fbc-dfcf7cd221a1.html Leasing Flyer and Renderings: https://www.crexi.com/lease/widgets/238/properties/336541/texas-1st-floor-suites
  3. https://www.theleadernews.com/real_estate/mosley-purchases-20th-street-property/article_a31a7106-be38-11eb-a80a-c3414a3e58ad.html Gary Mosley, who owns four restaurant-and-bar concepts in the Heights area, said he recently purchased the commercial property at 402 E. 20th St. But the Heights resident said he does not plan to transform the location into another outpost operated by the Creek Group, which includes Onion Creek in the Heights, Cedar Creek in Shady Acres, Cactus Cove in Timbergrove and Canyon Creek in the Washington Avenue and Memorial Park area. Mosley said he bought the 70-year-old property, which is located in a historic district designated by the City of Houston, in order to preserve it and possibly rent it out to another business. "I’m not going to open up a Creek there," Mosley said. "There's just so much stuff going on, with people knocking down these historic buildings. The history that the Heights has, I’m just trying to do my part in preserving it." The 11,220-square foot property at 402 E. 20th St. has been home to Heights Upholstery, an auto upholster, and is valued at $830,400 by the Harris County Appraisal District (HCAD). The one-story building measuring 2,784 square feet was constructed in 1950 as an auto service garage, according to HCAD. The property had been owned since 1988 by Carmen Martinez. Mosley said she sold it because she wants to retire and move out of the city.
  4. Hi, I recently saw the photo below from a Houston Bikeways presentation outlining their plans for the Patterson bike path:https://houstonbikeplan.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/Patterson-Street-Bikeway-011421.pdf Anyone have more information on the Rutland ped-bike bridge?? This would be an amazing addition to the bike path and encourages more folks to use the White Oak Bayou trail.
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