Swamplot’s Daily Demolition Report lists buildings that received City of Houston demolition permits the previous weekday.
No, these aren’t the last. Many more will disappear later.
- Johnson Supply, 1510 Studemont St. 77007
- Land Assemblage Redevelopment Authority, 8300 Parnell St. 77051 (Sunnyside Place)
- 6841 Avenue C 77011
- Rev. Jesus Suarez — St. Philip of Jesus, 3526 La Retama Dr. 77013
- 417 Fenn St. 77018 (garage)
Photo of 6841 Avenue C: HAR
Does anybody know what the Land Assemblage Redevelopment Authority’s plan is with all these lots?
That Johnson Controls building has been down for a few weeks now. In fact, I recall it being just the front ten feet or so a few weeks a go and a bunch of COH Planning guys walking around. Did they tear it down w/o a permit?
Also, heard it’s going to be a McDonalds. Which nicey complements the one in the Walmart an exit west.
Another McDonald’s? Couldn’t they have at least put in a Starbucks or Burger King? There is no master plan for this city.
I am not sure if you are joking or not, but no master plan can control whether Starbucks wants a site or not…
Starbucks wouldn’t be that useful, there’s one in the Kroger (and one on Yale, and one in the Target). Pei Wei’s and Spec’s are my wishlist.
Specifically (no pun intended) I want a Spec’s like the Memorial Park one (now deceased, no pun again) where there was a liquor store and a beer, wine & food store, so at least part was open on Sundays.
Too bad your wish list doesn’t include a title loans store, a nail salon, a gold and silver buyers, and a pay by the month wireless store. You’d probably get at least 3 out of four is that was the case!
Mattresses. Mattresses everywhere…