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There are CBRE signs up at the Bethel Church at 1107 Shepherd, or the block bounded by Shepherd, Durham, Center and Nett. This might create difficulty for the restaurant formerly known as Floyd's, since they use the church parking lot for their customers. Flyer at http://looplink.houston.cbre.us/xNet/Looplink/Profile/Profile.aspx?stid=cbre/houston&LID=19808539&LL=true&UOMListing=&UOMMoneyCurrency=&RentPer=PY&SRID=7484074448

 

The Interpose:

 

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On 6/5/2016 at 11:22 PM, Ross said:

There are CBRE signs up at the Bethel Church at 1107 Shepherd, or the block bounded by Shepherd, Durham, Center and Nett. This might create difficulty for the restaurant formerly known as Floyd's, since they use the church parking lot for their customers. Flyer at http://looplink.houston.cbre.us/xNet/Looplink/Profile/Profile.aspx?stid=cbre/houston&LID=19808539&LL=true&UOMListing=&UOMMoneyCurrency=&RentPer=PY&SRID=7484074448

Happy to see more change happening in this area, seems to be a flurry of late.

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http://swamplot.com/bethel-churchs-entire-center-st-block-now-sending-mixed-use-messages/2017-05-30/

 

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CATTY-CORNER TO THE southwest of the area’s newest self-storage midrise, the block at N. Shepherd Dr. and Nett St. housing Bethel Church is now broadcasting plans for a mixed-use development from several large signs standing around on the property. A couple of readers reported the new decor from various angles late on Friday (including the one above, which includes a glimpse of finally settled, named, and opened FM Kitchen + Bar on the former Alva Graphics lot across the street). The church’s1.48-acre block (bounded by Durham Dr. and Center St. on the other 2 sides) hit the market last summer, and looks to be getting wrapped into the Huningtondevelopment fold.

 


 

The conversion of the church property would put a mixed-use development right next to the Azure Apartments midrise currently going up right across Durham.

 

 

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"Wrapped into The Huntington development fold"? So the owners of the Huntington bought this and plan to develop this into an additional component to go with their residential tower?

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1 hour ago, cloud713 said:

"Wrapped into The Huntington development fold"? So the owners of the Huntington bought this and plan to develop this into an additional component to go with their residential tower?

 

Hunington, only one 't'.


http://www.hpiproperties.com

 

They primarily develop one story strip centers, I would curb my expectations on this one. 

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If nothing else it will take away another spot on that corner for some people to aggregate. 

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To be clear, this is 1107 Shepherd. 1107 N Shepherd would be more like the Popeyes at 11th and Shepherd.

 

In any case, at least there's now some idea of what will be going here. I assume this means the restaurant fka Floyd's/Mardi Gras/etc on Durham that used the parking lot will never reopen

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22 hours ago, Evil Developer said:

knowing what HPI does, my guess is apartments on top of retail, like their deal on San Felipe next to briar grove.

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Those apartments struggle to capture retail. Karate studio closed and haven't been able to lease the corner and most visible spot. Wine Bar next door shut down, Greek Pita place has been "coming soon" for months.

 

I think there's only a Subway and ER place.

 

Maybe it has to do with the location & visibility. Wish this location better luck.

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I can only suggest that sometimes it depends on the business that chooses the space. 

Look at Post properties at Bagby and West Gray. That retail has been buzzing now for over ten years with very little turnover.

Of course this is in the middle of a very large concentration of residential complexes and the streets are alive with people.

But that wasn't the case before Post came along so there is a way to make these types of mixed use developments work.

Karate studios and Greek Pita places probably weren't the best choices for tenants. 

 

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12 hours ago, bwbhtx said:

Any updates on this project?

Interested to know as well! There's been a lot of change on Durham and Shepherd recently 

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On 3/21/2018 at 10:29 PM, Avossos said:

Sign is still up. Even some images on the fence..

 

Need pics of said imagess

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11 minutes ago, BigFootsSocks said:

Oh is the mixed use building where the church was?

 

Yep

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This will be awesome infill for this area and love the large retail component.  It would be great if some nearby retailers relocated to this building, freeing up their freestanding or strip center buildings for more redevelopment.  Washington corridor keeps chugging along.

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Happy to hear about variance on setbacks. Should be the standard for urban development. Washington Ave could be so much more amazing if it were actually walkable. 

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I love this development. Great infill with ground floor retail. Hopefully this trend continues in the Washington Cooridor.

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On 4/1/2018 at 1:28 PM, hindesky said:

Signage on the fence.

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Larger images of the renderings for The Interpose in Houston at 1111 Shepherd Dr.


From the website for The Interpose, shows the parking garage:

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From the leasing brochure linked in the above posts, a hi-res rendering cropped:

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On 4/13/2018 at 0:58 PM, Urbannizer said:



Details on The Interpose at 1111 Shepherd Dr in Houston from the brochure linked above:


The Interpose is the latest addition to the dramatic transformation continuing to take place in the popular and vibrant neighborhood of Washington Heights, just a few miles west of downtown Houston.  The Interpose will be the first mid-rise apartment building with street level retail in this  densely populated neighborhood comprised of young professionals seeking an urban lifestyle. 

Extraordinary Location
This 1.4 acre new urban mixed-use development will "interpose” itself one block north of Washington Avenue between Shepherd Dr. and Durham Dr.  – the definitive "core” of the Washington Heights District.  The accessibility to all major freeways, most desirable neighborhoods, exceptional restaurants and a boisterous nightlife is exceptional.

Premier Mixed-Use
The first multi-family micro unit mid-rise in this neighborhood featuring 170 apartments, 25,000 square feet of street level retail with expansive walkable corridors and outdoor patio seating. 

High Street Design & Construction
Elevated storefronts featuring modern design with a vast assortment of finishes, textures and landscaping.  Retailers and restaurateurs will be given latitude to incorporate unique elements into their storefronts promoting their individual brand identity. 

Modern Amenities
Uber pick up/drop off stations, valet parking and a subterrain "Retail Only” parking garage with a Parking Space Guidance System.  




Project Details

Multiple End-Cap Opportunities
Seven (7) end-cap leasing opportunities to promote an open atmosphere and  enhanced customer experience.     


High Street Design

Modern design with pedestrian enhancements that will establish the Interpose as a popular gathering place for entertainment, dining or shopping.    


Distinctive Storefronts

Tenants will have opportunity to design and install their own unique storefronts to promote and showcase their brand identity.  

Elevated Ceiling Heights
Fifteen foot (15’) ceilings to allow for unique interior design and evoke interest and frequent, extended customer visits.


Structured Parking
Two (2 ) levels of covered/structured parking. 190 parking spaces designated exclusively for retail patrons along with an enhanced Parking Space Guidance System.



 

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On 4/12/2018 at 8:50 PM, Urbannizer said:


 

 

 



Updated site plan of The Interpose at 1111 Shepherd Dr (Houston) from the brochure linked above (having trouble adding the quoted comment):

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Aerial map:

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I like the dash of red.

 

Seems like that design shape has taken off. First noticed it at BLVD Place. KPRC did it at their new place. 

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Finally saw some activity on this site driving home from work.

 

Looks like they have a digger out along N Durham. 

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6 minutes ago, Urbannizer said:

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Diesel and Burberry? - they should at least render for something believable.

 

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17 hours ago, SkylineView said:

What the hell are micro apartment homes?

 

Depends on the city and how hard it is to get ample amount of space / sqft. To clasify as a "micro" apartment its around 50-350sqft. I would image for the Houston market it might be 250ish? Pretty new concept here. So think of Studio size, but a tad smaller than that. I imagine this will be targeted to young professional transplants or expats from other countries who are working in Houston companies for maybe a year or two. Its actually a good idea. It will help free up the market for more locals to get other places that might go to these other kinds of people when they really don't need a place with a lot of sqft.

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Drove by the site again today. Demo work has begun.

 

From what I could see, the western portion of the lot had been dug up. Looked like they were getting ready to tear down the structure on the eastern end.

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28 minutes ago, hindesky said:

Demolition has started on the western portion of the lot.

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Finally! I drive past the site everyday and was wondering what took so long for the demo to continue. That equipment was on site for almost 2 weeks.

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9 minutes ago, Woods said:

Update from the sky. Taken earlier this month.

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Great shot! Also, on a side note, if you look towards the upper right-hand corner, you can see the hollowed-out pawn shop that will soon become a Bottled Blonde.

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