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  1. map: http://maps.live.com/default.aspx?v=2&...7&encType=1 http://thecampanile.com/home.htm
  2. I know there has been a lot of vacant land in this area up until recently, but the neighboring single story storage facilities seem like such a massive waste of real estate. Discount mini storage (9419 Buffalo Speedway) alone has about 5 acres of land. Unfortunately, this stretch of South Main is littered with them
  3. Just noticed a small expansion for the Extra Space Storage facility located at 8600 South Main St. Project Name: Extra Space Storage - S Main Location Address: 8600 Main Street Start Date: 3/1/2023 Estimated Cost: $4,000,000 Scope of Work: New construction of 42,500 square feet, one story pre-engineered metal building for self-storage use. Construction Type is II-B and use is S-1 (storage). Square Footage: 42,500 ft 2
  4. http://www.riveroakssite.com/ https://www.loopnet.com/Listing/3703-Westheimer-Rd-Houston-TX/17157755/ Drake Realty Group is pleased to announce the exclusive listing of a spectacular, premier infill core redevelopment opportunity strategically located in the heart of River Oaks, at 3703 Westheimer Rd., totaling 1.7 acres.
  5. Looking for a bit of history on the Chase bank in the Greenway area off of US 59 and Buffalo Speedway. It has the gold dome and I remember back when the Rockets were winning championships they covered the dome with a Basketball tarp. Anyway, I am looking for the origins of this building just for my own curious reasons.
  6. Exciting to see this area develop. Someone needs to knock down the Public Storage across the street next.
  7. Project Name: SAFStor - Fuqua, LLC Facility Name: Extra Space Location Address: 3307 West Fuqua Street Estimated Cost: $9,839,022 Scope of Work: Construct a new three (3) story, 105,000sf self-storage facility with all associated site work. Square Footage: 105,000 ft 2
  8. Read more at: https://www.bisnow.com/houston/news/land/wile-interests-buys-3-story-loft-in-eado-61919?utm_source=CopyShare&utm_medium=Browser
  9. 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/
  10. Multi-story self storage will soon take over another parking lot in downtown. Less than 2 blocks away from the new U-Haul building.
  11. Does anyone know if the Resurrection Life Fellowship building at 730 E. 11th - not too far west of the instersection of 11th and Studewood - was once a movie theater? And, if so, what it was called? I'll post this in the Heights subforum for now, but if a moderator wants to move it to Historic Houston, that's fine by me.
  12. This is one of the Mitchell (Michael) Louis Westheimer's companies. Westheimer storage was founded in the late 1800's. I was doing some research on Mr. Westeimer, he had a lot of companies! I almost bought some antiques on Ebay I stopped by the other day to snap a picture. I wonder if this is the last standing modern-day building of theirs. The family no longer owns it. The family sold the company some 50-years ago.
  13. I've been seeing this crane from a distance for a while, now I know what it's building.
  14. I saw a city permit yesterday pulled for a new wall. 3106 Old Spanish Trl 77054
  15. Architect - https://www.stellamarisarchitecture.com https://www.rightmovestorage.com
  16. I pass by this building multiple times a week. Figured I could create a thread. This is also Big Tex's corporate office.
  17. Subdivision plat filed for the U-Haul Moving & Storage site at 1617 San Jacinto. The project will also take out half of the surface lot along Leeland. SubdivisionPlatPDF_1617-1741_U-Haul at San Jacinto No 745062_plat.pdf
  18. I noticed yesterday that construction very recently started here (SE corner of Patterson/Katy Frwy.) Project Details Project No: 19003585 Date : 2020/08/12 00:00:00 USE : 6-STY SELF-STORAGE BLDG & SITE WORK 1-6- Owner/Occupant : *CHILDRESS SELF STORAGE Job Address : 4495 KATY FWY 77007 Valuation : $ 0 Permit Type : S1 FCC Group : Stores & Other Merchantile Bldgs Buyer : *MSC DEVELOPMENT - MARSHALL MA Address : 5773 WOODWAY DR 77057 Phone : ( ) -
  19. Noticed the graffiti on the Public Storage building a few days ago.
  20. Yesterday, OrangeStone Capital closed on 8989 Westheimer. Go say your goodbyes to the building; partner Hussain Nathoo tells us it plans to redevelop it within the year. Hussain tells us all sorts of uses would work on the three-acre site, and his team hasn't decided what it wants to put there. It'll be deciding quickly, since it aims to begin redevelopment by the end of 2016. The acquisition was a bit challenging, Hussain tells us, because OrangeStone was dealing with a bankrupt entity that had timing constraints. The team was able to close within 60 days with debt provided by Benchmark Bank's Jason Beene. The deal is sort of history repeating itself—OrangeStone closed two Houston office acquisitions in November and December last year, including the adjacent 9099 Westheimer. Read more at: https://www.bisnow.com/houston/news/office/westheimer-office-to-be-redeveloped-52660?utm_source=CopyShare&utm_medium=Browser
  21. According to Swamplot, which got it from the Houston Press, Los Dos Amigos at 5720 Washington Blvd. is closing in February to make way for more condos. No further information on the size of the project or other details. http://blogs.houstonpress.com/eating/2015/01/los_dos_amigos_open_since_1976_to_shutter_in_february.php
  22. Land is being cleared on the North side Richmond between Hazard and Woodhead, including the former Shell station and at least one of the older brick houses/apartments along the block. It looks like King Cole is still open, however. The block will be filled with a new self-storage facility. Further down and across the street, the last of the old Lucky Burger building at Richmond and Mandell has been flattened, and is being hauled off in a dumpster (probably to add 6 more parking spots for Rev-El-Ry). Except in front of the new apartments, narrow broken cobblestone sidewalks and mud make much of the street barely walkable. Dunlavy between Richmond and the HEB is a crater-filled mess, crowded with cars and pedestrians driven from the adjacent broken and muddy water-filled sidewalks. I had such hopes a decade ago that one day Richmond would become a walkable street with pedestrian-friendly businesses, but even if the infrastructure gets fixed some day there will be fewer actual destinations to walk to.
  23. Seems large enough to warrant its own thread, also on a prominent block
  24. Saw a sign up for a storage facility for the block bounded by Shepherd/Neff/Allen(railroad)/Parker. I couldn't take a pic though--looked to be 5 levels or so HCAD shows Provident as owning the land...they do build self storage
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