Here’s the latest from the house-turned-law-office-space at 1916 Baldwin St., now getting worked over behind its previously-noticed TABC application notice. A few more details on what’s planned for the spot have since surfaced, as Phaedra Cook and Craig Masilow noted earlier this summer while writing about the ongoing legal whosamawhatsit of the newly-rotated nightclub formerly known as Gaslamp (about 2 minutes to the south by car). Cook and Masilow point out that the owner of the Baldwin space appears to be Gaslamp owner Ayman Jarrah’s brother, and that Jarrah himself is listed as the manager of the business moving in at the Baldwin address (referred to as Oakmont) in a TABC-nodding newspaper notice published in May.
A reader on the scene, meanwhile, notes the construction going on in and around the structure (above), including a 2-story something going up out back:
- Gaslamp Owner Gets Involved With a Forthcoming Restaurant While Facing Lawsuits and a TABC Violation [Houston Press]
- Previously on Swamplot: Former Gaslamp Spot Turns Into 360, 90 Degrees To the Left; Lawyered-Up Former Home in Midtown Looks To Get Liquored Up, Too
Photos of work at 1916 Baldwin: Swamplot inbox