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  1. I was reading the newspaper The Bellaire Citizen dated May 25, 1950 and came across one of the famous Meyers residential address! Sadly, this doesn't look like a mansion. Located in the area of West University/Rice Village, it was a typical home. I believe Frank Meyer built his mansion a few decades later at 9111 South Post Oak Road. Tried to look for an old aerial view of the home but there's too many trees blocking it! I believe the original house is still there? Seniors Mark Time 'Til Graduation With Parties Parties for girl graduates-to-be continue as commencement day draws closer-- Mrs. Frank S. Meyer honored their daughters Gloria Meyer and Frances Berryman, with a tea Saturday afternoon at the Meyer home, 2336 Bolsover.
  2. wow!! A Jos. F. Meyer location in Third Ward on Calhoun Road? Never seen that before! I wonder if this was the last location before the (enterprise) shut down? This advertisement and location is incredibly rare. Cool find! Found this in the Rice University yearbook The Campanile dated 1966. Jos. F. Meyer Co. Wholesale Distributors Automotive Parts and Equipment Tools, Hardware and Industrial Supplies 4701 Calhoun / Houston, Texas "Serving Transportation Since 1876"
  3. A little confused. I thought Jos F. Meyer Co. was located at 802-812 Franklin Ave. Or at 315 Travis St? Found a whole new location for the business! Very cool history here! Can we date this photograph? The JOS F. Meyer Company and machine shop at 201 Milam produced and sold a number of goods. It employed blacksmiths and wagon makers. As contractors for the railroad in 1929, the company also handled heavy hardware and automotive equipment.
  4. I recently had Tapester's Grill's veggie burger and man! That burger was fantastic! I believe it was a home made patty. They offered me a frozen peach bellini as well! Great restaurant. Anyone ever shop at this retail center? The area has potential, with the abandoned police substation and water works nearby. This shopping center is owned and managed by MC Management, of the Meyer Family. Loopnet listing: Currently not available, maybe all the space is occupied? https://www.loopnet.com/Listing/4520-4534-Beechnut-St-Houston-TX/11995520/
  5. Colonial South Shopping Center at 10421 South Post Oak Road. This is the shopping center with the Cue's Burgers, Juicy Crawfish, Texas Swim Shop, and Post Oak Dental. Loopnet listing: https://www.loopnet.com/Listing/10421-S-Post-Oak-Rd-Houston-TX/24128783/
  6. Maplewood Square Shopping Center At 9700-9730 Hillcroft Ave. This is the shopping center with the Walmart Neighborhood Market Grocery Store and the former New York Bagels & Coffee Shop. Loopnet listing: https://www.loopnet.com/Listing/9700-9730-Hillcroft-Ave-Houston-TX/12094932/
  7. I was looking for information regarding the Meyer Estate on the side of the South Loop and discovered that the Rice University Fondren Library that has a few physical boxes of archives regarding the Meyer family. One box contents says: Photos of the Loraine and George B. Meyer house on Holcombe Blvd. Overview The George Meyer Family Photos and Memorabilia contains family photos, photos of the Loraine and George B. Meyer house on Holcombe Blvd. in Houston, a catalog of the company business, and a resolution on the death of Joseph F. Meyer. Dates: 1916 - 1967. Does anyone recall this property? I am looking for photos, or an address. Thanks! http://archives.library.rice.edu/subjects/1114?&filter_fields[]=published_agents&filter_values[]=Rogers%2C+Karen+Hess
  8. I was looking at the Standard Blue Book of Texas Houston Edition dated 1907-1908 and came across a few cool, old, homes. I found the Residences of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Meyer. Very cool! I wonder where this was located?
  9. While looking at The Houston Post dated January 4, 1906 I noticed a business listing for Jos F. Meyer Company located at 803 To 812 Franklin Ave. This history is so old that I'm surprised we have access to it. Amazing history here. This is cool! Joseph Meyer started the Meyerland history. Ellwood Hog and Field Fence. Western scrapers and plows. Stalk cutters, plows, harrows, cultivators, and farming implements of every description. Envelope from Jos. F. Meyer Co. dated 1917
  10. I was browsing the newspaper The Texan dated November 14, 1956 and came across a business ad for Meyer Bros. Department Store located at At Bellaire Blvd. At 3rd St. (Presumably 5002 Bellaire Blvd.) I believe this was a stand a lone building? The current site has a Walgreens. The original building must have been demolished. A little confused about the history of the Meyer Bros. They created two businesses? One was a department store (Meyer Bros.) and the other was a grocery store/market called The White House? There are countless advertisements for Meyer Bros. in the 50s and 60s. If I find a cool ad I'll post it. Pretty much all the same though. Any HAIFers have memories here? Do share!! I found a location list of Meyer Bros. locations. See the below quote.
  11. Anyone have experience with this mom and pop self storage? I believe the MC Management family developed this. I wonder how this differs from the big self storage companies in town. Website: https://www.meyerparkstorage.com/
  12. I was looking at The Age. magazine dated February 25, 1876 and saw a business ad for Jos F. Meyer Travis St., Houston, Texas Dealer in Iron, Carriage, and Wagon Maker Materials. Jos F. Meyer was the person who responsible for the Meyerland neighborhood.
  13. I found a newspaper add for Meyer Bros. The White House store. I was browsing an old neighborhood newspaper called Southwestern Times. The issue is dated June 21, 1945. This is possible Store Number 9? HAIF had a listing of all the old Meyer Bros stores and number 9 was missing from the list. Please see below.
  14. I noticed we don't have a thread for the small retail strip center near 610 at Beechnut. Arc Three Studio has an office here. Loopnet listing: https://www.loopnet.com/Listing/4660-Beechnut-St-Houston-TX/11995478/
  15. iBurn, one of Houston's only dedicated hot sauce stores will be moving into this retail center soon. At the corner of Hillcroft and South Braeswood. Property is owned and managed by MC Management with addresses of 9600-9611 Hillcroft Ave. https://looplink.mcmanagement.com/Listing/9600-9611-Hillcroft-Ave-Houston-TX/12047418/
  16. Does anyone know if there used to be a payphone in Meyerland Park back in the 1980's-1990's, and if yes, where in the park it was located at? I also am curious how long that whale slide has been in the playground area? Any old photos/videos pre-2005 of the park would be very helpful.
  17. https://www.loopnet.com/Listing/4545-Beechnut-St-Houston-TX/18710621/ Sits behind the Lowes.
  18. This 7.5 acre tract located just west of the intersection of South Main and Hiram Clarke may be best suited for light industrial, warehouse, storage or other commercial use. The completed South Main/Highway 90 corridor provides convenient access to all areas of Houston. Located just west of the intersection of South Main & Hiram Clarke. Loopnet listing: https://www.loopnet.com/listing/11799-s-main-houston-tx/3916254/
  19. This shopping center located at 5400 - 6810 Bellaire Blvd. has some history. First opened in February 1956. I've been visiting this center a lot lately. Bernie's Burger Bus is addicting! Figured I'd make a thread to keep track of the comings & goings. https://www.loopnet.com/Listing/5400-6810-Bellaire-Blvd-Bellaire-TX/11995514/
  20. 4500 Beechnut is a proposed 14,000 square foot boutique office /medical building ideally located inside the 610 Loop at Beechnut and Newcastle, just east of Meyerland Plaza. The property offers tenants and visitors convenient access to major employment centers at The https://www.mcmanagement.com/office-listings/
  21. Does anyone have any memories of the restaurant that used to be here or any other tenants in the past? It is a wonderful building. I am curious as to why it is still vacant..
  22. http://www.mcmanagement.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/preston-sq-2.jpg http://www.mcmanagement.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/preston-sq-1.jpg http://www.mcmanagement.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/preston-sq-3.jpg http://www.mcmanagement.com/property/preston-square/
  23. http://www.newquest.com/pdfs/South_Cross_Center.pdf Goodbye outback steakhouse hello new development!!
  24. Hey guys, some of you know I've been working on opening a coffee shop for a few years now, well, I'm very happy to say now, it opened Friday! We of course have coffee, but our other drinks include juices that are freshly squeezed on site, we also have beer and wine. For the beer, where possible, it's Houston local, or Texas local. We have pastries from Riviera bakery on fountain view, cake from take the cake, regular cookies and vegan cookies from sinful bakery. Our roaster is a uh alum, Katz coffee, we also feature single origin roasted from various different rosters around the country. Ian Armstrong designed it (another uh alum), and we feature artwork from students on campus. Hope some of you guys get a chance to come enjoy it, especially those of you who work on campus, or live nearby, we definitely designed the shop with the campus in mind, but I also know (living in the east end) that there's very limited options on this side of town for a cup of coffee and I had that in mind when designing the space :-)
  25. On the block across Prairie from Cabo, I noticed today that the doors were open on one of the old buildings with workers coming and going and that there are permits on the windows for plumbing and interior work. Looks like it used to be a Tapas restaurant, Solero maybe?
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