Here’s a view of the senior living and memory care facility that will go up in place of the Heights Fiesta that’s now coming down at 14th and Studewood: Though what’s being called the Village of the Heights was initially described to the Leader by “boutique senior living developer” Bridgewood Properties as “Craftsman style” with 80 units, descriptions accompanying this rendering omit any mention of style — and add 23 units. Either way, it’s supposed to be up and running next summer; Real Estate Bisnow reports that money to get construction going is in place.
Meanwhile, the sacking of that long-standing Fiesta continues:
A reader sends these photos, taken last week. Weingarten sold these 2 acres underneath the 28,466-sq.-ft. Fiesta last August. Bridgewood Properties oversees 14 other similar facilities, with 3 in the Houston area.
- The Village of the Heights [Bridgewood Properties]
- The Deal Sheet [Real Estate Bisnow]
- Goodbye Studewood Fiesta; hello boutique senior living [The Leader]
- Previously on Swamplot: Daily Demolition Report: Vargo’s Goes, Heights Fiesta Out, “Senior Living” Complex Going In, Heights Grocery: Not Gone Yet
Images: Bridgewood Properties (rendering); Swamplot inbox (demo)