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  1. The old Chappell Jordan Clock Galleries at 2222 Westheimer Rd will be demolished to make way for a furniture showroom and office. AB Modern will build here. https://abmodern.com/ https://www.tdlr.texas.gov/TABS/Search/Project/TABS2021001032
  2. This thread was originally created June 27,, 2017. I'm reposting this because this post and other content from me are no longer available on the forum. The original thread is archived here (screenshot).
  3. Spoke with one of the guys who works at Montrose Car Care on Saturday morning and learned that they are closing at the end of the month. Most of the people are relocating to another shop further south on Montrose as part of a "merger" of sorts. My immediate thought was that the property had changed hands and a new development might be forthcoming. This is one of the more prominent intersections in this part of Montrose, so I could see a new retail development doing well here. Property was listed on LoopNet for lease, but was pulled down about a month ago. Seems consistent with a new buyer. Laz Enterprises, Inc. has owned the lot since 2001--I assume this is an entity associated with everyone's favorite parking lot operator. Hopefully it has changed hands and isn't destined to be another parking lot (like what they did a few blocks east at Stanford).
  4. This thread was originally created February 4, 2016. I'm reposting / reupping this because this post and other content from me are no longer available on the forum. An archive link will be posted soon. 1719 Westheimer Rd in Montrose Houston From Google Maps Street view October 2018:
  5. That building (1665 Westheimer) now houses American Apparel.
  6. Anyone know what’s going on at the strip mall at 1307 Yale? All the tenants seem to be gone. This is the strip mall that used to have the Mexican bakery, vape store, and locksmith at one time.
  7. This old warehouse will be converted to 80 residential units. A two-story building that was later an addition will also be converted to residential; with retail space as well. 810_Sampson_MATERIALS.pdf
  8. This thread was originally created January 10, 2016. I'm reposting / reupping this because this post and other content from me are no longer available on the forum due to a mod removing my account and its content in "error" (supposedly). An archive link of the thread before its deletion is coming soon.
  9. Noticed this a while back while walking the dog, and finally got around to taking a picture. Looks like the property includes the single family house next door Looked at their website, and there's no mention of this project but they do claim the Parc @ Midtown I've always thought this would be a nice plot for a park because of the two huge trees - hopefully they can keep them in their final design, but I'm not holding my breath.
  10. I believe two buildings on Bissonnet are being demolished. Wonder what's about to go in?
  11. It looks like this property changed hands recently and someone has demoed the Quonset hut on the front part of the property. No clue who the new owners are (just an LLC) or what the plans are for this property.
  12. Anyone know if this is an actual project? Couldn't find it on HAIF but doesn't mean it doesn't exist here. This is from Cisneros Design Studio. Is this even at the Astorian? Looks like that general area.
  13. This is going up where the old drug infested Seahorse Inn used to be... This project will occupy prime Seawall Boulevard property and overlook the beach and Gulf of Mexico. Containing 250 units of varying square footages and types, the project will also incorporate amenities such as separate adult and child pools, an exercise/fitness center, spa and theater facility. A planned Phase Two will add 100 additional units to the site. Seahorse Condos - Galveston Cisneros Design Studio, Architects http://imagician.zenfolio.com/p509541096/?photo=224619578
  14. When I was working over on 21st street last year I used to cruise around at lunch to gawk at the cool homes in the area. I ran across several townhomes that looked straight out of a postard of Queen Anne/Edwardian homes in San Francisco. No kidding. I know there were several on Oxford street I think? had that neat mansard roof style. Resembled the Munsters house (major cool). I cannot recall where the others were but they were lined up quite nicely with steep descending staircases. Someone had to be quite clever to draw up the plans. I wanted to just go knock on the door and ask but I thought that was a bit much. If anyone can provide info/advice it would be greatly appreciated. I would like to check out any website that showcases homes that are sharp in detail as far as new Victorian/Gothic style homes are concerned.
  15. Sept. 7, 2004, 12:54AM Warehouse to become lower-cost lofts 1910 building near Minute Maid to be converted By NANCY SARNOFF Copyright 2004 Houston Chronicle An early 1900s warehouse just blocks from Minute Maid Park has been sold to a residential development company that plans to turn it into condominiums. Silvestri Investments purchased the five-story, 80,000-square-foot building at 15 Chenevert through a bankruptcy court for an undisclosed amount. The former owner was TLC America of California, according to the Harris County Appraisal District. downtown lofts While the plans are not final, the building will likely have between 50 and 60 loft condominiums. And they will be priced to sell, according to developer Dan Silvestri, who's also still working on the marketing plan. "We plan on being the most affordable per square foot in the downtown core," he said. Of the 44 condominiums that sold downtown so far this year, the average price per square foot was just above $236, according to data from Houston Association of Realtors. With the average unit being 1,345 square feet, that means the typical unit goes more more than $317,400. Silvestri has hired local architect Tim Cisneros of Cisneros Design Studio to design the lofts. The building sale also came with a smaller warehouse, which will be converted into a parking garage. Sandra Gunn, a real estate broker who specializes in downtown properties, said the building's industrial feel will be a selling point for loft buyers. "It's got a lot going for it," she said. "It has a very true New York loft feel, with the nearby artists' studios, warehouses and sports venues. It's very mixed-use around there." Indeed, the area is an amalgamation of urban culture. Instead of high-rise office buildings, the property's downtown neighbors include a homeless shelter, a Mexican restaurant and funky art studios. But because the property is not surrounded by skyscrapers, the lofts will have better views, Silvestri said. "Most of the buildings downtown are next to another high-rise," he said. The warehouse was constructed in 1910 for the National Biscuit Co., or Nabisco. It was later used by the Purse & Co. wholesale furniture company.
  16. Patrick Feller has added a photo to the pool: Cameron Iron Works Building Built 1935 View the full article
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