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Originally posted February 16, 2018 in the thread for 3201 Allen Parkway | 3201 Allen Pkwy | Mixed Use. Although the information is outdated, it may be helpful to see what was previously discussed or shared before since the original thread and other content from me were removed.  An archive link to the original thread is here.



 

From Houston Business Journal:

 

Radom Capital is set to redevelop the old Stages Repertory Theatre building and an adjacent warehouse at 3201 Allen Parkway, Steve Radom told the Houston Business Journal. Both properties will be redeveloped into a 45,000-square-foot, two-story mixed-use project that'll include creative offices, retail, restaurants and hospitality. Construction on the mixed-use development will begin in late 2019, Radom said.

“We are excited to refresh one of Houston’s most beautiful buildings," Barton Kelly, vice president of Radom Capital, said in a statement. "Careful attention will be paid to preserving and accentuating the building’s historical details."


The construction timeline accommodates Stages' plans to occupy the property until late 2019, when it'll move into its new $30.5 million, three-theater complex dubbed The Gordy.

Radom Capital acquired the properties in 2017 for an undisclosed cost. The future mixed-use project will include 20,000 square feet of green space, an amenity deck on the project's second floor and a 6,000-square-foot patio that'll bridge the Stages building with the warehouse property. The mixed-use project will be connected to Buffalo Bayou Park and its trails, Radom said in a statement.

San Francisco-based Gensler's Houston office will oversee the project's design.


https://www.bizjournals.com/houston/news/2018/02/16/exclusive-heights-mercantile-developer-to-acquire.html
 

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Originally posted February 16, 2018 in the thread for 3201 Allen Parkway | 3201 Allen Pkwy | Mixed Use. Although the information is outdated, it may be helpful to see what was previously discussed or shared before since the original thread and other content from me were removed.  An archive link to the original thread is here.

 


 

Proposed renderings of the repurposed Stages Repertory Theatre into a mixed-use from Houston Business Journal and leasing brochure:



View from Allen Parkway: Reimagined historical Star Engraving building
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View from the corner of Rosine and D'Amico Street: Reimagined warehouse
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View from Rosine Street: Courtyard between reimagined historical Star Engraving building and warehouse
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Originally posted February 16, 2018 in the thread for 3201 Allen Parkway | 3201 Allen Pkwy | Mixed Use. Although the information is outdated, it may be helpful to see what was previously discussed or shared before since the original thread and other content from me were removed.  An archive link to the original thread is here.
 



From Radom Capital's website:

3201 Allen Parkway 
A 1930 Landmark reborn.  3201 Allen will be surgically restored to its original glory and serve as an architecturally unique creative and culinary destination.


https://www.radomcapital.com/copy-of-420-east-20th-street

 

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Originally posted February 16, 2018 in the thread for 3201 Allen Parkway | 3201 Allen Pkwy | Mixed Use. Although the information is outdated, it may be helpful to see what was previously discussed or shared before since the original thread and other content from me were removed.  An archive link to the original thread is here.
 



From the marketing brochure of 3201 Allen Parkway, the former Stages Repertory Theatre.

https://docs.wixstatic.com/ugd/8bb064_2dc4918403c344d4be4313f9574bcd2a.pdf


42,000 SF of creative retail, offce and restaurant space available for lease
10,000 SF  of tree-lined gardens
300+ car shared parking garage on-street
25 on-street, metered parking spaces

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Originally posted n the thread for 3201 Allen Parkway | 3201 Allen Pkwy | Mixed Use. Although the information is outdated, it may be helpful to see what was previously discussed or shared before since the original thread and other content from me were removed.  An archive link to the original thread is here.
 


Originally posted by ekdrm2d1,, June 8, 2019 in the previous thread for 3201 Allen Parkway | 3201 Allen Pkwy | Mixed Use.


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https://www.houstoniamag.com/eat-and-drink/2020/07/food-news-blendin-coffee-buffalo-bayou-allen-parkway

 

Food News: Sugar Land Coffee House Expands into Buffalo Bayou-Area Redevelopment

By Timothy Malcolm  7/27/2020 at 10:03am

 
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A rendering of the BlendIn Coffee Club space at 3201 Allen Pkwy.

RADOM CAPITAL LLC, THE FIRM BEHIND A REDEVELOPMENT PROJECT at 3201 Allen Pkwy, announced Friday that it had secured signed leases with three tenants, including BlendIn Coffee Club. The coffee house from former scientist Weihong Zhang (with a location in Sugar Land) sources beans from across the world for its drinks and hosts regular coffee grading and tasting classes. 

BlendIn will move into a 1,500-square-foot space adjacent to the lobby of 3201 Allen Pkwy. “We are thrilled to bring our craft coffee and seasonal pastries to this historic building inside Houston’s Inner Loop,” says Zhang. “3201 Allen’s central location and elevated aesthetic is the perfect place to showcase our tree-to-cup approach and variety of offerings.”

 
 

The Mediterranean Revival-style property across from Buffalo Bayou Park dates to 1930 and was the former home of Stages Repertory Theatre.

 

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2 hours ago, dbigtex56 said:

"surgically restored"?  Will this be done on-site, or will they have to transport it to TMC?
I hope they're planning on using an anesthetic. I'd hate to see it suffer.

 

Hopefully they don't have to bring in those two reality-show cosmetic surgeons that specialize in implants gone wrong. 

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On 11/30/2020 at 7:52 PM, hindesky said:

From the Houston Chronicle today....These 2 pics were taken in 1953 on what was then called Buffalo Drive @ Waugh.

 

Seems strange to see an actual traffic jam on what's now Allen Parkway. This must have been a major artery to enter downtown from much of the west side of Houston.
I wonder if the traffic jams continued until I-10 opened. 

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By Matt Dulin | 5:00 AM Feb 1, 2021 CST

Blendin Coffee opened its new location Jan. 29 at 3201 Allen Parkway, Ste. 170, Houston, in the historic Star Engraving Company Building, which has been renovated after serving as the home of Stages Repertory Theater.

The coffee shop’s original Sugar Land location remains open as well. Owner Weihong Zhang, who has a Ph.D. in biochemistry, founded the business in 2017, taking a science-based approach to roasting and brewing coffee.
The renovated building also includes office space tenants Thrasio, an e-commerce firm that builds Amazon-based businesses, the University of Texas-Austin’s Houston office, and the live entertainment booking agency Gulf Coast Entertainment.
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The Minds Behind One of Montrose’s Favorite Barbecue Joints Have a Steakhouse in the Works

 

Expect live-fired hunks of meat at the forthcoming Andiron 

by Amy McCarthy  Jul 29, 2021, 9:57am CDT
 
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Sambrooks Management Company, the Houston restaurant group behind popular spots like Candente and the Pit Room, will soon debut a brand new steakhouse on Allen Parkway.

The restaurant, called Andiron, will bring wood-fired steaks to the 4,500 square foot space at 3201 Allen Parkway, Suite E110. Per a press release, the restaurant will offer seating for 100 diners indoors, plus plenty of seating and an outdoor bar on its 2,800 square foot patio. This makes for the fourth restaurant in the Sambrooks profile, joining Tex-Mex spot Candente, Heights seafood destination 1751 Sea and Bar, and beloved Montrose barbecue joint the Pit Room. 

Details on the menu are scarce beyond the general concept of cooking meats over live fire, but owner Michael Sambrooks said in a statement that the restaurant would combine “our skills in smoking and wood-fire grilling from the Pit Room and Candente with the chef-driven experience from 1751 Sea and Bar.” The restaurant will also boast a private dining space.

https://houston.eater.com/2021/7/29/22599924/andiron-houston-restaurant-opening-2022-sambrooks-management-pit-room-candente

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Andiron, a modern wood-fired steakhouse by Samsbrook Management Co., signed a lease at 3201 Allen Parkway, a redevelopment of the historic Star Engraving Co. building by Radom Capital. Andiron will occupy a 4,500-square-foot interior space and a 2,800-square-foot patio. AvroKO will handle design services along with Kevin Tietz with Philip Ewald Architecture. Opening in planned in the first quarter. Samsbrook also owns the Pit Room, the Patio at the Pit Room, 1751 Sea and Bar and Candente restaurants.

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