A new brewery is now in the works for the industrial building that sits across the Downtown 59 on-ramp from the Houston Center for Sobriety. Just like the adjacent drunk tank which opened in 2013, the new business at 100 N. Jackson will be housed in a repurposed warehouse. Its lawn includes several signs pointing drivers to the neighboring sobering center — like the one shown above fronting the exit ramp off the Eastex, on the west side of the soon-to-be beer venue dubbed Industry Brewery. (Also in the frame: signage for the building’s most recent tenant the American Engine & Grinding Company.)
At that corner, a left on Ruiz St. followed by another quick one on Chenevert gets you outside the recovery facility:
At 19,000 sq.-ft., it’s more than double the size of the brewery’s building.
- 100 N. Jackson St. [LoopNet via HAIF]
- Previously on Swamplot: Downtown’s New Drunk Tank; Downtown Warehouse To Sober Up, Get a New Life
Photos: LoopNet (warehouse); Allyn West (sobering center)