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2121 N Main St is located in the Northside Village / Near Northside area. It sits on approximately 0.39 acres. Henry St borders the northern portion of the property while Marie St borders the south.

Located on the 16,775-square-foot parcel is a strip center named Christina Center. The building is 5,530 square feet. According to records on the Harris Central Appraisal District website, the building was constructed in 2002.

Across the street from 2121 N Main St is a non-descript strip center at 2124 N Main St.




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Takeria HTX, an independently-owned Mexican restaurant closed its doors in the Christina Center.

I'm unsure when the eatery shuttered. However, the restaurant's last response to a one of its reviews on Google was three months ago. 

Takeria HTX was located at 2121 N Main St, Suite A.

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Several occupancy permits were purchased Friday for 2121 Main St, Suite A.
 

  • 1 story occupancy inspection permit
  • Certificate of occupancy permit



Details from the permits:
 

  • Use: Occupancy report/ restaurant/ 1,410 sq ft.
  • FCC Group: Non-residential alteration



The listed occupant on the permits is Andy's Home Cafe; however, the permits are for a Midtown address. More specifically, the address on the permits pertains to the former Greyhound bus station.

I think the address on the permit may be incorrect.

It's likely Andy's Home Cafe may be leasing a unit in the Christina Center. Perhaps the permit is for 2121 N Main St, Suite A; whose previous occupant was Takeria HTX? Takeria HTX closed recently.

Previously, Andy's Home Cafe was located in the Norhill neighborhood. The restaurant closed its doors at 1115 E 11th St; selling the property to Magnol, a local French bakery.




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Certificate of occupancy permit

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Andy's Home Cafe as made it known since last summer the restaurant hoped to relocate to Near Northside. More recently, the Tex-Mex eatery shared news they've found a new location.

The restaurant wrote it is "excited to announce [the] next chapter for Andy's" in a social media post earlier this month. Alongside the caption was a video with "coming soon" scrolling across the screen. Andy's signage was also on display.

Andy's didn't reveal the address. However, in a few comments, the restaurant said it was awaiting permits. It's likely the occupancy permits purchased a week and a half ago are for Andy's new home at 2121 N Main St Suite A.



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Andy's Home Cafe confirms it is relocating to Christina Center in the Near Northside area. 

The Tex-Mex and Mexican restaurant announced their new location this evening on its social media platforms. As previously posted, Andy's Home Cafe is leasing the unit at 2121 N Main St. It's moving into Suite A, which was last occupied by Takeria HTX.


https://www.facebook.com/andysintheheights/posts/pfbid021JAaepFDPz3a3v1RyJ3PipFiUgRybunHpWUh5g84oeALP4ji2KXSkxT1rnnkhJ8el

https://www.instagram.com/p/C6XVj01Plpp/

 

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Happy for Andy's.  I'll check out their breakfast again, especially if they offer the early bird specials.   I noticed this new location is considerably smaller than the previous location 1,400 SF vs. 2,600 SF but let's see what they do with it...

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