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On 9/9/2022 at 7:07 AM, IntheKnowHouston said:

The site plan for 10 and Heights, located at  at 1515 Studewood St, was updated yesterday.


In addition to Wild Forks, other tenants include:

  • Palazio Nail Salon¬†(1515 Studewood St, Suite 107)
  • Thaicoon - a local contemporary Thai restaurant (1515 Studewood St, Suite 109)
  • Yummy Seafood - local Vietnamese restaurant¬†(1515 Studewood St, Suite 110)


 

On 3/2/2023 at 1:05 PM, hindesky said:




A building permit and parking review permit were pulled yesterday for Yummy Seafood. 

The local Vietnamese restaurant is one of several tenants at the forthcoming 10 and Heights mixed-use. It will be located at 1515 Studewood St, Suite 110.





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2 hours ago, hindesky said:

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A plan review fee was filed today for . Honeymee is opening in the location. It's one of several tenants coming to 10 and Heights.

Following the filing of architectural barriers projects with the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation ( TDLR), a plan review fee permit was filed today for Honeymee.

Honeymee is opening in 10 and Heights at 1515 Studemont St, Suite 103. It's a soft serve shop based in California.  

According to the permit, it's for a "buildout, retail."


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On 3/2/2023 at 12:28 PM, hindesky said:

 

On 8/24/2023 at 1:06 AM, hindesky said:

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Plumbing permit filed today for 1515 Studewood St, Suite 109.

The permit indicates it's for a "2,270 sf restaurant buildout."

Thaicoon is going in 1515 Studewood St, Suite 109. It's a local contemporary Thai restaurant. Thaicoon is one of a handful of dining tenants for 10 and Heights.


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A plumbing permit was filed today for 1515 Studewood St, Suite 110.

The permit indicates it's for a "2,300 sf restaurant buildout 1-1-2-A2-B '15 Ibc Spk."

As previously mentioned, Yummy Seafood is going in 1515 Studewood St, Suite 110. It's a local Vietnamese restaurant for the forthcoming 10 and Heights mixed-use.



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On 8/30/2021 at 10:13 PM, j_cuevas713 said:

How are these developers so clueless? Not saying they need to build a parking garage, but putting parking in the back helps so much. I wish I could afford this chunk of land. I‚Äėd do HAIF proud ūüėÖ

Houston area developers were extremely hesitant to try mixed use until enough of them did it first.  The master planned residential developments with office and retail that Exxon and other oilfield owners performed throughout the 1970s did nothing to assuage their fears of asking for financing on non pure-play asset classes.  Large buildings were perceived as more difficult -- even if a financier understood them -- to find a large-as-normal pool of future buyers to take you out of, if I have read and understood correctly.  Small buildings were perceived as not worth the squeeze.

Changing parking is still that way.  Parking in the back really helps everything except snagging traffic's ambivalent drive-by wallets who don't want to guess about how to get inside.  It's like fishing with the right bait and lure, and I suppose that the higher the speed limit, the more leery of uncertainty (and more inattentive) the fish will be.

I'm sorry we don't have a precise way to get the best of both worlds on any given site.  You/we could still do HAIF proud by inventing a parking mullet that meets the current visibility standards of CRE professionals while enhancing the actual big picture of a mixed use site -- at every point on the gradients from small site to big site and high speed to low speed.

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On 11/10/2023 at 1:12 PM, hindesky said:

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Following last week's architectural barriers projects filing with the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation (TDLR), a plan review fee permit was filed today for 1515 Studemont St, Suite 102.

As previously posted, coffee chain Starbucks is leasing a unit at 10 and Heights.


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