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Originally posted May  21, 2019 in this thread before all of my content were removed from the entire forum earlier this month. Reposting this throws off the flow of the thread (i.e. out of order),  still, it may be helpful for visitors to see what was previously discussed or shared before. Archive link of entire thread before October 4, 2019 is here.


 

From an updated brochure of 2001 W. 34th in Houston. This is in the Garden Oaks / Oaks Forest area.

https://www.braunenterprises.com/2001-w-34th (archive link)

https://www.braunenterprises.com/s/Braun-Enterprises-2001-W-34th-mkew.pdf (archive link)

https://www.braunenterprises.com/s/Braun-Enterprises-2001-W-34th-Land-hgaz.pdf (archive link)



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Updated site plan


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Originally posted May  22, 2019 in this thread before all of my content were removed from the entire forum earlier this month. Reposting this throws off the flow of the thread (i.e. out of order),  still, it may be helpful for visitors to see what was previously discussed or shared before. Archive link of entire thread before October 4, 2019 is here.




The daycare or childcare facility in the site plan for  2001 W. 34th in Houston is Oak Forest Academy.

https://www.oakforestacademy.com



 

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Originally posted May  22, 2019 in this thread before all of my content were removed from the entire forum earlier this month. Reposting this throws off the flow of the thread (i.e. out of order),  still, it may be helpful for visitors to see what was previously discussed or shared before. Archive link of entire thread before October 4, 2019 is here.



 

 
  On 4/3/2018 at 9:16 PM, Mab said:

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From an updated brochure of 2001 W. 34th in Houston. This is in the Garden Oaks / Oaks Forest area.

https://www.braunenterprises.com/2001-w-34th (archive link)

https://www.braunenterprises.com/s/Braun-Enterprises-2001-W-34th-mkew.pdf (archive link)


Proposed tenants or tenants who have signed leases or in negotiations:

F45 Training - a gym
Tex-Mex Garage -  a restaurant
Dental office



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Originally posted May  22, 2019 in this thread before all of my content were removed from the entire forum earlier this month. Reposting this throws off the flow of the thread (i.e. out of order),  still, it may be helpful for visitors to see what was previously discussed or shared before. Archive link of entire thread (I think) before October 4, 2019 is here.



 

On 5/18/2018 at 8:53 PM, Mab said:


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An unreleased rendering with a zoomed in view of the middle of the center at  2001 W. 34th. This is the Braun Enterprises development. Rendering is from the brochure.

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Kinder Foundation seeds $3 million for new Trees for Houston campus

https://communityimpact.com/houston/heights-river-oaks-montrose/nonprofit/2021/04/22/kinder-foundation-seeds-3-million-for-new-trees-for-houston-campus/

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Trees For Houston, the Houston nonprofit that plants, protects and promotes trees throughout the Greater Houston area, will be able to build a new permanent campus in Houston’s Garden Oaks area just outside the Loop thanks to a $3 million gift from the Kinder Foundation.

The Kinder Campus at 2001 W. 34th St., Houston, will break ground this winter. When complete, the 1.5 acre site will feature an on-site tree nursery, office space and an education center, expanding the nonprofit’s capacity to distribute more trees to constituents and to provide educational programming for children and adults, the nonprofit announced April 22.

“Trees For Houston is indebted to our major donors in generously supporting our effort to positively impact Houston’s green infrastructure,” said Barry Ward, Executive Director of Trees For Houston, in the announcement. “The tree nursery on the Kinder Campus will be a game-changer in increasing our growing capacity to meet the needs of those we serve, including local municipalities, parks, schools, nonprofits, community partners and individuals.”

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