Across W. 24th St. from the currently-grocerless former N. Shepherd Fiesta lot, a reader notes that MFT’s makeover of the former Texas Cafeteria building seems to be shaping up roughly as previously planned — the building’s previous overhangs and high elevation roof decor have now been fully flattened out, and the spot’s 6,125 sq. ft. are currently listed for lease in 2 pieces on LoopNet. Per the listing and the previous rendering labeling of the spot as BURGERS, the 3,250-sq.-ft. space intended for a restaurant tenant appears to be on the potentially-H-E-B-facing southern end of the development:
Here’s the listing flier’s sketch of a planned parking space and landscaping layout for the site, though it doesn’t quite match the parking scheme shown in the rendering:
And here’s a last look at the even older facade of the 1972 structure, looking across the ex-Fiesta lot toward the since-rehabbed Heights Clocktower building:
- 2400 N Shepherd Dr. [LoopNet]
- Previously on Swamplot: Stripped-Down Texas Cafeteria Now Getting Covered Back Up on N. Shepherd Dr.