What’s this sandbox right beside the Hungry’s Cafe and Bistro in Rice Village going to be? A Hungry’s. An employee at the not-that-old one next door at 2356 Rice Blvd. says it will be demolished and turned into a parking lot for what a rendering on a sign at this construction site shows is a 2-story new one.
Hungry’s, you’ll remember, is owned by an entity controlled by Fred Sharifi, who earlier this year purchased and now appears to have plans to redevelop the Gramercy Place Apartments on the 200 block of Portland St. — just a few miles away on the east side of Montrose Blvd. — into townhomes.
A rendering of the new Hungry’s wasn’t made immediately available; what follows after the jump is a photo of what’s on that sign at the construction site:
Dates for the closing and demo and more details about the relocation also weren’t made available.
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- Previously on Swamplot: The Confusing Continuing Story of the Gramercy Place Apartments, No Plans to Redevelop Gramercy Place Apartments, Says New Owner, Tenant: Gramercy Place Apartments To Remain Rental Units, A Pair of Backups To Fill In Behind the Museum Tower?
Photos: Allyn West