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EaDo Navigation: Mixed-Use By Marquette Companies


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6 minutes ago, JBTX said:

There is work going on in the commercial space along Navigation. Workers appear to be clearing it out, cleaning the windows, painting, etc.

Not sure if Archcon is just cleaning up or if someone is about to start build out. Will monitor.

Haven't seen anyone post a buildout permit yet on here from my understanding. Probably cleanup before they turn the keys to ownership.

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10 minutes ago, Texasota said:

Wait, signs are bad now?

This one in particular seems to be directly above/in front of the leasing office/tenants' lobby, so it actually helps you quickly see where that is as opposed to the retail. Seems just about perfect to me.

I see people and delivery drivers walk around wondering where on earth the entrance is all the time, so, yeah, I think it's in a good spot.

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4 hours ago, swtsig said:

Hands down one of the best MF projects we've seen recently. The materials, design, structure.... Marquette crushed this project. Need more.

Agreed. And if they ever move forward with Phase 2 it will be even better.

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5 hours ago, JBTX said:

I drove by today and was thinking about what the GFR was going to be and when the GFR was going to fill in. I really do hope Marquette reconsiders and ends up building by the bayou at 400 Jensen. They did a fantastic job on this development.

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They really did, and I agree. I'd love to see one more on Jensen flanking East River.

Maybe after Phase 2 is completed. I'm still holding out hope that Phase 2 wasn't scrapped.

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I forgot to include this blurb here last week about EaDo Navigation at 2311 Canal St:

 

Broham, the boutique grocer and market from chef Jonny Rhodes coming next year to the East River development at 100 Jensen, will temporarily operate at 2311 Canal in the coming months. 

More below:

 

"Broham Fine Soul Food & Groceries...plans to open a temporary 1,270 square-foot location early fall in a nearby building owned by Midway at 2311 Canal Street. Once Phase One construction is complete, the self-sustainable boutique bodega will relocate to their permanent 4,000 square-foot space in The Depot (the ground level of the garage)."

 

https://realtynewsreport.com/east-river-signs-retailers-to-redevelopment

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27 minutes ago, IntheKnowHouston said:

I forgot to include this blurb here last week about EaDo Navigation at 2311 Canal St:

 

Broham, the boutique grocer and market from chef Jonny Rhodes coming next year to the East River development at 100 Jensen, will temporarily operate at 2311 Canal in the coming months. 

More below:

 

"Broham Fine Soul Food & Groceries...plans to open a temporary 1,270 square-foot location early fall in a nearby building owned by Midway at 2311 Canal Street. Once Phase One construction is complete, the self-sustainable boutique bodega will relocate to their permanent 4,000 square-foot space in The Depot (the ground level of the garage)."

 

https://realtynewsreport.com/east-river-signs-retailers-to-redevelopment

I think 2311 is the building where the Maritime Museum is currently housed rather than the complex owned by Marquette. In my opinion that's even better because it's a temporary location for a temporary building. The more infill the better and this means we will get something at the complex and at this location. 

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3 hours ago, I'm Not a Robot said:

I think 2311 is the building where the Maritime Museum is currently housed rather than the complex owned by Marquette. In my opinion that's even better because it's a temporary location for a temporary building. The more infill the better and this means we will get something at the complex and at this location. 

You are correct. The complex owned by Marquette is 2404 Navigation. Renovation of 2311 Canal was originally in Marquette's plans, but, we will see.

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23 hours ago, I'm Not a Robot said:

I think 2311 is the building where the Maritime Museum is currently housed rather than the complex owned by Marquette. In my opinion that's even better because it's a temporary location for a temporary building. The more infill the better and this means we will get something at the complex and at this location. 

Thanks for the correction! I appreciate it.

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