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  1. It recently came to my attention that one owner controls the entire 1,750-acre stretch from El Dorado Blvd. at the Gulf Freeway, down and around Baybrook Mall, across NASA Road One, and south to where Grissom Street ends, less than a half mile from Clear Creek. From its northernmost point to its southernmost point is 3.8 miles. One owner, CDC Houston Inc., has control of the entire property. They are affiliated with Southbrook Corporation, Coventry Development Corporation, Eastfield Realty, and Clearfield Realty, all with ties to NYC. Anybody know what is planned on this site, which is practically infill?
  2. Does anyone go to CM’s Hatch Chili Festival, or anyone else’s? This is the first year we have done so. Hatch peppers only come out once a year for about two weeks at the end of August. We normally buy about 15 or so pounds of them and roast them on the grill. This year we bought a whole case, and CM roasted them on the spot in a large drum with a propane burner. I love Hatch peppers, and Michelle makes a great Green Chili Stew with them. It is chock full of melt-your-mouth goodness! Any other Hatch lovers out there. Anyone going to Central Market this weekend, or next?
  3. Surprised to see this didn't already have a topic as it's been in development for a good while. https://www.weitzmangroup.com/properties/manveltownctrretail https://www.manveltownctr.com/WCMM/ Latest word from the city is the remaining permitting issues have been sorted out and HEB's building should start going up soon. The development has just been doing earthwork and underground up to this point.
  4. https://newsroom.heb.com/h-e-b-opens-companys-largest-ecommerce-fulfillment-center-in-katy/ "H-E-B has opened a new eCommerce fulfillment center (eFC) in Katy, a project that further expands the retailer’s commitment to integrate innovative technologies that drive omnichannel growth and provide a more convenient and better shopping experience for Texans. At more than 100,000 square feet in size, it is the largest eCommerce fulfillment center for the company, coming in at twice the size of previous facilities. The Katy eFC is H-E-B’s first stand-alone location at 2102 Elrod Rd., which will support H-E-B Curbside and Home Delivery orders across the Houston area. Building on the multi-format retailer’s longstanding presence in the area, the move reinforces the H-E-B’s commitment to serve more customers in this growing part of the state."
  5. "Can someone tell me what happened to the Borders at Meyerland? I thought it was doing SO WELL!!! " Isn't it still there? The Planet Music closed...
  6. https://storebrands.com/h-e-b-debuts-branded-merchandise Late last year, HEB joined the pantheon of well-known Texas brands offering merchandise reflecting their products and the store itself. I hadn't heard about it until I actually visited the Plus! store in Victoria and another one in Corpus Christi at Saratoga and Staples. I didn't see it at a few of the other ones I'd visited in the Houston area or the Plus! store in Bellmead, just north of Waco. Got a few things from the one in Victoria as we headed out of town. Darn near got a pair of the shoes they had since it's one of the few places that I've seen offer my size - novelty design or not. Was wondering if there were any locations with that display that have been set up locally or if there are any coming. HEB's site doesn't seem to indicate which locations have it.
  7. ...at Friday, 7PM, more or less. I was first drawn to the large tent near it, but there were flashing lights there, too! What happened?
  8. Looks like HEB is really pushing hard for their new urban concept... this could be a large development (just my speculation). no mention of mixed use but it looks like their urban concepts are shooting for that where feasible and this would certainly be a feasible location. http://www.chron.com/business/real-estate/article/H-E-B-planning-Upper-Kirby-land-buy-11743119.php?ipid=ntk
  9. I noticed a few public notice signs at the apartments at Washington and Waugh announcing an application to redevelop. Anyone have any idea what's up with that?
  10. Fidelis breaks ground on HEB-anchored shopping center in Willis community https://www.bizjournals.com/houston/news/2021/09/07/fidelis-market-willis-shopping-center-broke-ground.html Fidelis, a Houston-based commercial real estate company, has broken ground on The Market at Willis Shopping Center. The project is at the southeast corner of Interstate 45 and FM 1097 in Willis, north of Conroe. Construction on the first phase of the shopping center, anchored by an H-E-B, has already started. The grocery store will occupy more than 110,000 square feet, according to Fidelis' marketing brochure for The Market at Willis. The Market at Willis is part of a new 510-acre master-planned community on the former Moran Ranch land. Houston-based Satya Inc. and Stolz Partners of Alpharetta, Georgia, teamed up to purchase the tract in Montgomery County in 2019, and Fidelis bought its initial 31.6 acres for the shopping center shortly thereafter. Fidelis later purchased two adjacent tracts, bringing the future shopping center to 69.7 acres. Phase one is expected to create over 200,000 square feet for retail, restaurants and service tenants. So far, restaurants include Crust Pizza at 3,000 square feet, Mod Pizza at 2,800 square feet and Akashi Asian Bistro & Sushi Bar at 6,000 square feet, according to the brochure. Retailers include the Texas Hair Team at 1,600 square feet, Great Clips at 1,200 square feet and Community Dental Partners at 2,000 square feet.
  11. Has anyone heard if there might be an HEB coming to that area anytime soon? Grocery shopping out there sucks and I hate driving down the beltway to go to HEB. Thanks
  12. About 6 months ago, I heard a rumor about Central Market. The rumormill said that Oshman's (on the corner of Gessner and I-10) was going to move into the old Service Merchandise store (about 1/2 mile west) and Central Market was going to take over the Oshman's location. Well, for the past 6 months, it's been mostly a rumor but we've been watching with interest as the old Service Merchandise store got a facelift. Sure enough, a banner was just hung on the facade announcing that the store would be an Oshman's. So... one down, one to go? Personally, I'm thrilled about having a Central Market nearby if the rest of the rumor is true.
  13. Noticed this registered with TDLR. I was hoping it was on Holmes road further south by UT's land. Great development nonetheless!
  14. Didn't know if anyone was privy to what, if anything, will be added to Gulfgate. There is still the huge empty land between 610 and Donaraki. Also there appears to be some kind of construction action in the parking lot in front of the Marshalls.
  15. Not surprising. It would only have made sense to try to re-open it if they could double-decker it and that might not have been worth the investment. From discussions on Next Door it seems quite a few homeowners in Meyerland are hoping for a Fema buyout offer and the population of the neighborhood is probably going to decline. A thread on Next Door today says a new 85,000 sq. ft. location with Kosher bakery and deli will be announced by the end of the month. Another poster says the deal is not final but close. That's 'new' and 'to be announced' so presumably it's something other than the Bellaire store. I'll be interested to know where they'll find that kind of space close to Meyerland. When the store was closed after the Memorial Day floods in 2015 posters on ND said HEB would have abandoned the store then if they had not already known they'd be shutting the Bellaire store for months, leaving the nearest HEB stores on Buffalo Speedway, off 288 in Pearland, on Hwy 6 in Missouri City and Hwy 6 @ 90 in Sugar Land. Another post on ND claimed HEB was trying to get the JC Penney space in Meyerland Plaza. Meanwhile, the WM Neighborhood Market on Hillcroft, between Meyerland and Maplewood, is undergoing upgrades. Looks nice so far. Probably already planned before Harvey but timely.
  16. I searched for a thread in this but didn't see one. The realtor has for years put up all these signs saying it's back. To me, this is certainly a place for apts and GFR. Why, in this market is the shopping center dead except for Amy's Ice Cream and Freebirds? I would post a photo of it but don't know how yet.
  17. Will be a great addition for the neighborhood especially the medical center and UH!!!
  18. Is looking like its going to be a master-piece! I love the way it engages the street, going right up to the setback instead of putting the parking lot in front. Has a butterfly roof. Really looking forward to this. Will take some pictures.
  19. Hi everyone, I didn't see any topic about this so I will post it. So this is an HEB on San Felipe and Fountain view and on the south of this lot it's reserved for a 5 acre 400 room high end apartments. I will try to post pictures every week or two. 1. HEB 88,000 SF 2. Mercantile Commerce Bank 3,500 SF 3. La Madeleine 4,800 SF 4. Pronto 3,200 SF 5. the Joint 1,200 SF 6. Available 4,680 SF 7. MeMorial Hermann 4,800 SF 8. C-nails & Spa 1,440 SF 9. Shi Salon 1,200 SF 10. Voque Cleaners 1,400 SF 11. lease Pending 1,200 SF 12. Available 4,580 SF 13. lease Pending 3,500 SF TanglewoodCourt.pdf
  20. http://www.instantnewsbellaire.com/2015/02/11/38451/
  21. We have been shopping at the Fiesta on Shepherd the past few weeks. (Trying, once again, to find the best grocery in this area.) We've noticed that since the refacing they've also changed some things inside. We're noticing more "yuppie" food. (Buddy's chicken, a new deli area -- among other items.) Our neighbor went shopping there recently and the manager approached her and told her to request anything she didn't find. I know that Fiesta has a more neighborhood centered approach to their stores. I've also been impressed with the management at various locations over the years...they seem to listen. Maybe if we work with them, we don't need HEB or Kroger to do anything. Fiesta looks like they might be ready to carry the ball.
  22. https://www.chron.com/business/bizfeed/article/H-E-B-buys-land-in-Sealy-for-future-grocery-store-12794456.php
  23. I figured I'd start a thread to see if anyone else had any information about this possible development. In some of New Quest's marketing diagrams for Brazos Town Center, they've shown a proposed HEB at the northeast corner of the Southwest Freeway and FM 762 - directly across the road from Brazos Town Center and next door to the Del Webb community. I know that I've heard from a few local residents about plans for a store there over the past few months, but not much else as of late. Anyone?
  24. There could possibly be a new HEB going up on the northeast corner of FM 2920 and Gosling road in Spring. There has been talks between HEB officials and Bridgestone Mud officials on the nearly 11 acre tract of land before the company purchases it. The main concern with the tract of land is the detention pond that takes up a good portion of it. HEB wants to minimize the size of the detention pond for the store's parking lot. There is no word yet on the size of the future store or it's amenities. There will be a gas station and car wash. I found this new location a bit odd being that the nearest HEB at FM 2920 and Spring Cypress is only 3 miles east of this tract of land. Another new location just opened last year at Kuykendahl and Creekside. A new store will also open at Boudreaux Rd. and Champion Forest Dr. next year. This Texas born grocery chain is definitely growing at a rather fast past.
  25. The first in a series of new posts I hope to do after visiting the downtown archives, I didn't get a chance to do as much as I wanted but I did find this interesting. This article describes a 15,000 square foot grocery store located at Mason and 290, with the space being mentioned as Fairfield Village. So, after doing some searching, I found it was at Fairfield Village drive off of Mason Road and not visible from the freeway (I remembered almost NOTHING being there), and sure enough a building from 1991 adjacent to Gambino's Pizza. While most searches for the building show the west view (with other tenants, including Prosperity Bank and Re/Max), I can't find anything on the front save for some information on Pet Supermarket moving in (the facade is largely altered). Despite not being able to get any information on Fairfield Market otherwise (H-E-B's "Fairfield Market" has really polluted Google searching to an impossible degree), the newspaper archives did provide help...the Chron mentions "the parking lot of former Fairfield Market" in December 2005, suggesting it has been out of business for a number of years now, probably explaining why I can't get any information (prior to 2005, any information on past businesses on the Internet gets really spotty really quick). However, the building facade as of September 2016 is entirely intact! suggests "Fairfield Market" though I can't Google it without getting H-E-B stuff. Beyond this article, does anyone have more information on this, such as when it closed and if you have memories to share?
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