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Carving into Memorial Heights, and other news to dig:


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Photo of 1650 Ebony Ln.: HAR

7 Comment

  • Losing Tartan Lane is a real disappointment – to me at least. Tartan was flooded during Allison however.

  • What is 225 Heights Blvd?

  • Drew, HCAD says it doesn’t exist as a property, but 205 Heights is owned by Ainbinder.

  • I think it should be 225 S. Heights Blvd, which is the little office building on stilts at the SW corner of the apartments, which are 201 S. Heights (not 201 Heights). 225 Heights would be right at the bridge.

  • Great I hope this means that Ainbinder is going to get started soon on the redevelopment of the property. I hope it’s something nice and exciting.

  • I meant Archstone.

  • I get 225 S. Heights, and buildings 7, 8 and 9 of Archstone getting the demo permit.

    What I don’t get is the demo permit for Building 2 on the north side of the property. That building would be hard to demo without impacting at least buildings 1 and 3 (I used to live in Building 1), and makes no sense to tear it down without demoing 4, 5 and 6, since that was part of their master plan.

    I suspect it is a typo, as the maintenance garage at the South-West corner of the property would likely come down as part of the current phase (and it was building twenty-something).

    Somebody get a camera out and post pictures! I want to see, and don’t want to drive all the way from the north side of Dallas to see them coming down!