Central Square Plaza has been sold, and new owner Keeley Megarity, whose LLC closed on the 1-acre Midtown property at 2100 Travis St. about a week ago, says that a decision about how to renovate these buildings — and what to renovate them into — will be made in the next 30-45 days.
The fate of the 12- and 14-story office buildings and parking garage on the lot bound by Milam, Travis, Webster, and Gray has been bandied about in court for years. At the end of January, though, Claremont — who Megarity says will be doing the construction — floated renderings that depict the building at the corner of Milam and Webster renovated with a new facade and potted plants by the elevator bank.
Yesterday, a Swamplot reader spotted workers clearing weeds and overgrown former landscaping from the sidewalks and ground floor:
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