Work is underway for the Cane Rosso headed for 4306 Yoakum Blvd., in the low-lying side-attachment to the Hansen Partners’ 6-story office building at the corner with Richmond Ave. The office complex was wrapped up in 2014 following the 2012 clear-out of the apartments previously occupying the same site.
The opening of the Montrose Cane Rosso location will likely lag a few months behind that of the Dallas pizza chain’s first Houston location at 1835 N. Shepherd Dr., where a glittery gold-tiled oven is already decorating the former Houston Alternator space at 19th St. as it prepares to open later this spring. (The custom oven at the Montrose spot, shown above, will also only get gold accents, rather than the full Midas treatment.) But some blocky renderings of what the Yoakum space could look like, if all goes as planned, are already out for consumption — here’s an aerial view of the exterior from the corner of Yoakum and Richmond, with the office building making a ghostly appearance in transparent gray to the right of the frame:
The plans look to include a large covered patio on the Richmond side of the building (top), with a bit more outdoor seating on the Yoakum side (bottom right) and parking behind the building.
Here’s an at-grade zoom-in on that Richmond patio:
And a peek at the Yoakum side elevation, complete with tree footprints:
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- Previously on Swamplot: Demolished Yoakum Blvd. Apartments Make Way for 6-Story Office Building; Daily Demolition Report: Yoakum and Yankem