The retail strip at 1927 Fairview St. is now being gutted and cleaned out into a large dumpster parked in front of the former Te House of Tea and Trudy’s resale boutique. Permits to clear out some interior walls and redo the space were issued at the start of this month to an entity named Riel Restaurant; also listed on those permits are the company phone number and CEO of South Union-based seafood importer Marine Foods Express.
Out back behind the retail strip, the nextdoor 1935 bungalow at 2410 Woodhead St. appears to be joining Te’s former backyard garden in becoming a parking lot — purportedly a green one:
- Previously on Swamplot: McGowen Cleaners For Sale on Fairview Near Restaurant-Slated Former Te House of Tea; Te House of Tea on Fairview Closes Thursday, But You Can Still Buy a Piece of It This Weekend
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