The general landscaping public hasn’t been able to shop at San Jacinto Stone since January 19, when the 68-year-old Heights rockyard began the process of closing for good. (Contractors, at least, have until the end of February.) Back in August, San Jacinto Stone agreed to sell its 8 acres on Yale to a retail developer; yesterday, the deal was closed by Ponderosa Land Development, who says it has plans to build a shopping center on the property just south of I-10 and just north of the Washington Heights Walmart.
- Heights-area stoneyard to become shopping center [Houston Chronicle]
- Previously on Swamplot: Shops Replacing San Jacinto Stone, Just North of the South-of-the-Heights Walmart
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