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Stopped by Mendocino for the first time this week and evidently the patio is cat-friendly  

Velvet Taco will be going in here. https://www.tdlr.texas.gov/TABS/Search/Project/TABS2020012935  

You mean like Hanover Rice Village?

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This was originally posted  September 20, 2019 in the previous thread for 2525 Rice Blvd Blvd | Rice Village. It's being reposted since the original thread and other content from me were removed.



2525 Rice Blvd in the| Rice Village area was home to Buffalo Wild Wings. It closed last year.

The property is listed on Loopnet (and other sites) as of August by Pipeline Realty.



This was previously posted in the Rice Village development thread. Since this is not part of the Rice Village development and is an entirely different building owned by someone else, this should have its own thread.

Here is the previous post about it:
 

On 8/15/2019 at 10:35 AM, Urbannizer said:

https://www.houstonarchitecture.com/haif/topic/30491-rice-village-arcade-renovation-future-mixed-use/?do=findComment&comment=598832

 

 

 

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From the Loopnet listing &  brochure for 2525 Rice Blvd.

This is the former Buffalo Wild Wings building in the Rice Village area:

 

Year Built     1968
Gross Leasable Area :    6,154 SF
Property Type     Retail     

31 Parking Spaces On site


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Originally posted by hindesky, September 20, 2019 in the previous thread for 2525 Rice Blvd Blvd | Rice Village.


I've used to spend lots of time at this Buffalo Wild Wings since my buddy used to own West U Cycles and he was good friends with the managers of it. Always seemed super busy when I would go. I don't think there are too many sports bars around the area, sorry to see it go.😢🏈🏀

 

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Originally posted by mkultra25, September 21, 2019 in the previous thread for 2525 Rice Blvd Blvd | Rice Village.


It's got a long history as a sports bar. Back in the 80s it was Dan & Nick's Sportsmarket, where "Dan" is Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick in a previous life, before his chain of sports bars went bankrupt and he got into politics. After that it was a similar sports bar named Dolph's for a while but they too eventually threw in the towel and it then became a succession of non-sports-bar-related businesses. 


 

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This thread was originally created October 1, 2019. I'm reposting / reupping this because this post and other content from me are no longer available on the forum.  An archive link to this thread can be found here.


2537 University Blvd in the Rice Village area.

This property is part of a collection of buildings with different owners on University Boulevard between Kirby Dr and Morningside Dr. The property is also across from Rice Village District or the old Village Arcade.


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This was originally posted  October 1, 2019 in the previous thread for Half Price Books | 2537 University Blvd | Rice Village . It's being reposted / reupped since the original thread and other content from me were removed. 



Half Price Books is located at 2537 University Blvd

https://hpb.com/020  (archive link)


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This was originally posted  October 1, 2019 in the previous thread for Half Price Books | 2537 University Blvd | Rice Village . It's being reposted / reupped since the original thread and other content from me were removed. 


 

Half Price Books' Rice Village area location at 2537 University Blvd may be closing. According to someone on Reddit, the location is closing Spring 2020. It could mean the store decided not to renew or extend its lease.


The news was posted on Reddit Houston today:
 

After being at the corner of Kirby and University, in the heart of Rice Village since 1981, Half Price Books will close their University location at the end of March next spring. This location houses more than 4,400 yards of books, music and other media on two floors, and has long been a staple for Rice Students and families in the West U area.
 

Half Price Books will still operate 8 other stores in the Houston area, and a total of 45 stores in Texas, and more than 120 across the US.


https://reddit.com/r/houston/comments/dbo61d/long_time_rice_village_tenant_half_price_books_to/?sort=old  (archive link)


 


Dutch Line Properties (DLP) owns the building at 2537 University. The building is not associated with the REIS managed Rice Village District across the street. I don't know how accurate the Reddit post is. If it is true, I wonder  if DLP has a new tenant lined up or in mind to replace Half Price Books.

For the past 5 years or so, the development across the street formerly known as the Village Arcade ( known now as Rice Village District) has implemented sweeping changes. Those changes have been the installation of parking meters, new tenants, higher rents, and facade renovations. Trademark Property Company put these plans into motion with REIS Associates stepping in this spring as the new management of Rice Village District. 



(Further discussions about the Rice Village District development (former Village Arcade) can be found or continued in the thread dedicated to the development here)

 

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Originally posted by cspwal, October 1, 2019 in the thread for Half Price Books | 2537 University Blvd | Rice Village.



For me, this is both sad but probably a long time coming once they started remodelling everything.  A shelf or 2 of my books I got from this 1/2 price books over the years, plus an Encyclopedia Britannica from 1995 that I got for $15 that looks great but I think I've used once.  I wonder if any bookstores will be in Rice Village after this.



 

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Originally posted by Texasota, October 1, 2019 in the thread for Half Price Books | 2537 University Blvd | Rice Village.

 

 

NO. This is only Half Price Books in the world I care about.

 

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Originally posted by crock, October 1, 2019 in the thread for Half Price Books | 2537 University Blvd | Rice Village.

 

 

sn't the Westheimer/montrose one also on the outs?  

 

it is insane for them to decide to leave the loop. 

 

 

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Originally posted by H-town Man October 1, 2019 in the thread for Half Price Books | 2537 University Blvd | Rice Village.



 

This is unfortunate. Just twenty years ago there were at least 3 used bookstores in Rice Village. There was this one, there was The Book Collector at University and Morningside where you could get a first edition of The Great Gatsby or Uncle Tom's Cabin, and there was one on Times Blvd. There was another one in an old house up on Bissonnett.

 

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Originally posted by mkultra25, October 2, 2019 in the thread for Half Price Books | 2537 University Blvd | Rice Village.

 


 

  On 10/1/2019 at 12:12 PM, H-Town Man said:

This is unfortunate. Just twenty years ago there were at least 3 used bookstores in Rice Village. There was this one, there was The Book Collector at University and Morningside where you could get a first edition of The Great Gatsby or Uncle Tom's Cabin, and there was one on Times Blvd. There was another one in an old house up on Bissonnett.


 

The store on Times was The Out-Of-Print Bookstore, which had a great bookplate-inspired logo but a not-terribly-original name. I was surprised to discover that they are apparently still around, albeit as an online book search service as opposed to an actual storefront (the current address is a PO box in the Hadley Street post office that replaced the old downtown post office):

 

http://www.outofprintbookstore.com/

 

The one on BIssonnet was the late, lamented Detering Book Gallery.


 

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Originally posted by H-Town Man, October 2, 2019 in the thread for Half Price Books | 2537 University Blvd | Rice Village.




 

  On 10/1/2019 at 8:09 PM, mkultra25 said:

 

The store on Times was The Out-Of-Print Bookstore, which had a great bookplate-inspired logo but a not-terribly-original name. I was surprised to discover that they are apparently still around, albeit as an online book search service as opposed to an actual storefront (the current address is a PO box in the Hadley Street post office that replaced the old downtown post office):

 

http://www.outofprintbookstore.com/

 

The one on BIssonnet was the late, lamented Detering Book Gallery.


 

Ha, thanks! I kept thinking of "The Detering Co." but then I was like, "Wait, that's not a book store.

 

I bought my copy of the Oxford English Dictionary at Out of Print for $75. I remember they had "Presence: The Transco Tower" in their window for $125, which made me aware of its existence. I passed and later found a stack of them at a suburban Half Price Books for $5 apiece. I bought the whole stack and gave them out as gifts to people. My Avatar was taken from that book.
 

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Originally posted by IronTiger, October 2, 2019 in the thread for Half Price Books | 2537 University Blvd | Rice Village.




Definitely regretful. I've bought a few things over the last 10 or so years, including Fearless Critics restaurant guide (with some very unkind words toward the now-closed Mi Luna down the street, such as describing their sangria as tasting like "powdered Kool-Aid with the instructions followed wrong"), and going back to 2008, some back issues of (then relatively new) Mac|Life magazine.

 

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Originally posted by CrockpotandGravel, October 2, 2019 in the thread for Half Price Books | 2537 University Blvd | Rice Village.


 


I hope this isn't true too for nostalgic reasons. Half Price Books and the Baskin Robbins ice cream shop are the few remaining hangouts my brothers and friends would go after school sometimes. This location and the Montrose shop are my favorites.

I didn't call Half Price Books yesterday to confirm the Reddit post. If it is true, what a loss this will be. 

Whichever business moves in, what changes to the facade and interior would you like to see?
 

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Originally posted by mkultra25, October 2, 2019 in the thread for Half Price Books | 2537 University Blvd | Rice Village.





 

  On 10/2/2019 at 5:14 AM, CrockpotandGravel said:

Whichever business moves in, what changes to the facade and interior would you like to see?

 

Minimal and sensitive to the space's history, at least to the interior. Whoever moves in had better not screw up that sweeping staircase that leads to the second floor.

 

Put another way, any renovations should be "more Bookstop, less Trader Joe's". 



 

  On 10/1/2019 at 8:20 PM, H-Town Man said:

Ha, thanks! I kept thinking of "The Detering Co." but then I was like, "Wait, that's not a book store.

 

Well, they do/did both specialize in dead tree products. 

 

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What was it directly before it became a BW3?  I seem to remember BW3 was opened in about 1998 or so.  My friend owned/operated it, obviously I need to track him down and ask him directly!  For some reason I want to say it "Giffs", from Giff Nielson.  But maybe I'm just confusing it with the Dan & Nicks iteration.  I remember walking through it when it was becoming BW3 and I think they kept a lot of the sports memorabilia from when it was Giffs (or whatever place I'm thinking of).   I'm pretty sure it was a sports bar right before it became BW3 (but maybe there might have been a gap of few years between Dan & Nicks and BW3?). 

 

Our money was the first ever spent in there, and one of our dollar bills was on the wall for years afterward.

 

 

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On 10/1/2019 at 3:37 AM, CrockpotandGravel said:

Half Price Books' Rice Village area location at 2537 University Blvd may be closing. According to someone on Reddit, the location is closing Spring 2020. It could mean the store decided not to renew or extend its lease.


The news was posted on Reddit Houston today:
 

After being at the corner of Kirby and University, in the heart of Rice Village since 1981, Half Price Books will close their University location at the end of March next spring. This location houses more than 4,400 yards of books, music and other media on two floors, and has long been a staple for Rice Students and families in the West U area.
 

Half Price Books will still operate 8 other stores in the Houston area, and a total of 45 stores in Texas, and more than 120 across the US.


https://reddit.com/r/houston/comments/dbo61d/long_time_rice_village_tenant_half_price_books_to/?sort=old  (archive link)


 


Dutch Line Properties (DLP) owns the building at 2537 University. The building is not associated with the REIS managed Rice Village District across the street. I don't know how accurate the Reddit post is. If it is true, I wonder  if DLP has a new tenant lined up or in mind to replace Half Price Books.

For the past 5 years or so, the development across the street formerly known as the Village Arcade ( known now as Rice Village District) has implemented sweeping changes. Those changes have been the installation of parking meters, new tenants, higher rents, and facade renovations. Trademark Property Company put these plans into motion with REIS Associates stepping in this spring as the new management of Rice Village District. 



(Further discussions about the Rice Village District development (former Village Arcade) can be found or continued in the thread dedicated to the development here)





Finally, media reports on the closing of the Rice Village area location of Half Price Books.  Half Price Books confirms the post from Reddit published in September..



From Houston Chronicle last week:

 

The Rice Village location of Half Price Books is set to close its doors in March.
 

“The rent cost in the area has gone up. We're at the point that we can no longer afford to stay in that location,” said Emily Bruce, a representative for the Dallas-based company.
 

The store, which opened in 1981, is located at 2537 University Blvd. in a two-story building that was formerly occupied by a clothing store, rock 'n' roll club and theater co-op, according to Rice Village store manager Veronica Wilkerson.

...Over the years several celebrities have reportedly walked through the store's front doors, including Michael Jackson and Billy Gibbons of ZZ Top.


https://www.houstonchronicle.com/news/houston-texas/houston/article/Half-Price-Books-Rice-Village-set-to-close-doors-14814845.php

 

 

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More details on Half Price Books impending March 2020 closing from CultureMap. The publication also reached out to the building's owner for details and asked if another tenant has signed on.



 

From CultureMap Houston on Friday:



 On Wednesday, November 6, it was reported that Half Price Books on 2537 University Blvd., a bookstore that has been at that location for four decades, will be closing its doors early next year.

..."Unfortunately, rent prices have gone up," says Emily Bruce, Half Price's public relations manager. "We couldn't afford to stay in the area."

 

According to Debbie Sheets, property manager and leasing agent for Dutch Line Properties (aka the property owners), there were negotiations between with Half Price regarding what they could pay in order to stay. Sadly, both parties couldn't work it out. "We couldn't agree on a price," says Sheets. "The property's worth more than the rent they could afford."
 

Bruce says the Rice Village location will officially close on Sunday, March 8. And although there hasn't been any plans to move the business to another locations, Bruce insists that "the management team always keeps an eye out for new locations."
 

There hasn't been any word on what business will be in Half Price's place once they completely vacate the premises at the end of March...




http://houston.culturemap.com/news/city-life/11-08-19-half-price-books-rice-village-closing-houston-dutch-line-properties/
 

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Sporting a new bar and expanded dining area, Rice Village Torchy’s sets reopening date

https://communityimpact.com/houston/bellaire-meyerland-west-university/impacts/2020/03/10/sporting-a-new-bar-and-expanded-dining-area-rice-village-torchys-sets-reopening-date/

 

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After temporarily shutting down in late October 2019 to begin renovations, Torchy’s Tacos at Rice Village, at 2400 Times Blvd., Houston, will open on Wednesday, March 18, a spokesman for the company confirmed in an email.

The remodeled fast casual taco restaurant will sell its usual offerings when it reopens, but inside a larger and revamped dining room, along with a new full bar.

 

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On 4/26/2020 at 3:59 AM, j_cuevas713 said:

Wtf is this!? Isn’t there a small strip center there already? 

 

There is.

 

Looks They are listing up to 2100sf, which is the size of the bath store. Guessing that lease is expiring and they are doing a remodel to try to attract a new tenant.

 

Ho-hum.

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1 hour ago, Geographer said:

Is it possible to have a mixed use development in the Rice Village, such as ground floor retail with a couple floors of apartments over them?  The demand is certainly there.

You mean like Hanover Rice Village?

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Madison Reed hair care bar set to open in Rice Village June 1

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Madison Reed will open one of its color bars at a new location June 1 at 2515 Amherst St., Ste. A126, Houston, in Rice Village, Rice Management Co. confirmed.

The American brand of hair care and hair color products offers color bars to customers, which includes a free personalized color consultation along with the ability to take a hair color home, or, by scheduling an appointment, to have a colorist color the hair, at a fraction of the cost of a traditional salon, according to the company’s website.


Hours will be Tuesday through Saturday from 10 a.m.-6 p.m., though hours and service will be limited, a spokesperson from the company said. Upon opening, clients are expected to keep 6 feet apart, keep appointment lengths to a minimum—at 1 hour, 15 minutes—and more. Pricing is $55 for roots, $85 for roots plus a gloss and $85 for all-over color. Madison Reed is also offering an Unlimited Roots Membership for $55 per month. 281-502-8127.https://www.madison-reed.com/

 

 

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Velvet Taco is really expanding...with this new location and the one coming to Uptown (former Zone D' Erotica bldg)...they are trying to get some of Torchy's business and i guess it is working!

 

I have to say, i used to love going to Rice Village for all the cool stores but now all of them are gone...so to ME, Rice Village has lost it's appeal in that sense. 

 

 

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Velvet Taco is really expanding...with this new location and the one coming to Uptown (former Zone D' Erotica bldg)...they are trying to get some of Torchy's business and i guess it is working!

 

I have to say, i used to love going to Rice Village for all the cool stores but now all of them are gone...so to ME, Rice Village has lost it's appeal in that sense. 

 

 

 

I thought they were also going in on shepard and 20th... but that has sat there vacant for some time. anyone know why the either stalled or abandoned this?

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Urban Outfitters at Rice Village permanently closes its doors

https://communityimpact.com/houston/bellaire-meyerland-west-university/impacts/2020/09/16/urban-outfitters-at-rice-village-permanently-closes-its-doors/

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The Rice Village location of Urban Outfitters has permanently shut its doors, according to a Sept. 8 news release from the company.

 

Urban Outfitters in Rice Village opened its doors for the last time Sept. 13 at its location at 2501 University Blvd., Houston, according to the announcement.

 

 

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It looks like the Rice Management Co. bought the property at 5504 Morningside last year.  Construction fence is up and renovations appear to be underway.  This building had once been slated for a Dat Dog franchise expansion, but I'm guessing the new ownership means that plan is off......anyone know what is happening here?  

If nothing else, it is encouraging that Rice is still expanding their footprint in the Rice Village. Hopefully they can tie this property into the Hopdoddy/Mendocino Farms patio next door.

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15 minutes ago, talltexan83 said:

It looks like the Rice Management Co. bought the property at 5504 Morningside last year.  Construction fence is up and renovations appear to be underway.  This building had once been slated for a Dat Dog franchise expansion, but I'm guessing the new ownership means that plan is off......anyone know what is happening here?  

If nothing else, it is encouraging that Rice is still expanding their footprint in the Rice Village. Hopefully they can tie this property into the Hopdoddy/Mendocino Farms patio next door.

Looks like Rice Box found another location after their University & Greenbriar deal failed.

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Looks like another restaurant coming to Rice Village

 

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nate, does the general public have the ability to view the further details on the permits like you have attached? I can't for the life of me figure out how to view this from the weekly reports. 

On 1/5/2021 at 1:40 PM, nate said:

Looks like Rice Box found another location after their University & Greenbriar deal failed.

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Looks like another restaurant coming to Rice Village

 

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nate, does the general public have the ability to view the further details on the permits like you have attached? I can't for the life of me figure out how to view this from the weekly reports. 

 

Works for me using the search portal.

http://www.cohtora.houstontx.gov/approot/soldpermits/online_permit.htm

That one is a Pokeworks.

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Local Foods Market to unveil expanded concept in Rice Village

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The new concept offers counter service and grab-and-go meals along with a boutique grocery marketplace that offers goods from local suppliers and a selection of organic, hard-to-find wines. The market builds on the market and grab-and-go concept that Local Foods began offering amid COVID-19 shutdowns last year.

“We are thrilled to continue the pop-up success with the conversion of benjy’s into a larger Local Foods Market. Our Chefs have created an amazing menu featuring upscale ingredients for diners to enjoy in a casual atmosphere,” Local Foods owner Benjy Levit said in a news release.

The newly redesigned 4,500-square-foot, two-story space includes an expanded covered patio for up to 50 guests, new built-in booths, 1940s-inspired light fixtures and heritage pieces from Levit’s grandfather’s grocery store in Florida.

 

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HOUSTON –Rice Village announced the addition of its newest tenant, CB2, a member of Crate and Barrel Holdings. Known for its curated collections and creative approach to design, CB2 will lease the 10,084 SF space at 2414 University. Burdette Huffman of The Blue Ox Group represented the landlord. Kim Bernick with Transwestern represented the tenant.

https://realtynewsreport.com/rnr-real-estate-briefs-from-realty-news-report-hou-dal-aus-sat-and-more-2/

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21 hours ago, nate4l1f3 said:

My buddy said he saw this building being demolished. Wasn’t the original plan to be renovated? I believe they’ve been renovating the inside for a while. Anyone know what’s up?

Based upon the attached and what it looked like to me yesterday, I think they are just demolishing the storefronts and will build new storefronts to match the Rice Box aesthetic. I have no inside knowledge so could be wrong.

FYI, the Badolina bakery across the street is now open and its fantastic.

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