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The warehouse at 612 Live Oak St in Houston was on the market last year.  It's two blocks from the BBVA Compass Stadium in EaDo.


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Looks pretty cool the Eado/West Village neighborhood is flourishing and small mixed use concepts like this makes it more walkable and appealing. Eado can use more spaces like this.

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The 612 Live Oak St property in Houston's EaDo being redeveloped into Brass Tacks.

https://www.facebook.com/brasstackshouston


Coming soon to the East End, Brass Tacks will have a briefing room that can be booked by anyone. A perfect fit whether you're a budding entrepreneur looking to make a great first impression or an established business owner taking their team out to celebrate an amazing quarter. A private brunch for you and your crew? Yeah, that too.

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More on Brass Tacks at 612 Live Oak St in Houston, EaDo.


From Swamplot yesterday:

 

A Chronicle article dug up by the group proposing to renovate 612 Live Oak St. into a coworking space called Brass Tacks reveals that the 4,750-sq.-ft. building — 2 blocks from BBVA Compass Stadium — was originally put there by architect S.R. Slaughter in 1938 to house Oliver Armature Works, a manufacturing plant that produced electrical doodads. It’s now up to Schaum/Shieh Architects to make room inside for a variety of different business professionals who’ll come and go as they please from both private and communal work areas (and a bar).
 

New previews of the planned venue showcase one way of accomplishing that task: by installing a hive of productivity cubbyholes along the side of the main room. They’re shown at top lining the building’s north wall, with open-air booths on top of them.


More here:  http://swamplot.com/how-white-collar-workers-will-fit-into-a-former-east-downtown-factory/2018-09-25/#comment-4629486



 

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On 8/17/2018 at 0:10 PM, CrockpotandGravel said:

The 612 Live Oak St property in Houston's EaDo will be redeveloped into a co-working space or office, and a restaurant or bar.

The project is Brass Tacks.
http://brasstackshouston.com/

Renderings from the website list Schhaum/Shieh as the architects.

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Schaum/Shieh is a really cool up and coming local firm. They do some neat projects, and the stuff they render usually comes out pretty faithful to what the original intention is. This looks pretty neat. Glad EaDo is gradually getting more stuff in the area.

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They have been working away on this building, and recently, the parking lot and fencing around it...it's looking real nice.

 

I'm not sure if there is already a thread about it, but the building directly northwest of this one (St Charles and Texas) is also being redone - I haven't seen any signs - except a "pick up after your dogs" -  posted outside it so I don't know what it is going to be - anyone know ?

 

EDIT:  Found the other thread

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