The airy eastern façade of the new Big Brothers Big Sisters building at 1003 Washington opens it up to the adjacent parking lot, and beyond that — across a short north-south street — the one-and-a-quarter-acre Centerpoint substation that’s bounded by I-45. Previously, the half-acre parcel that now plays host to the volunteer organization housed Health Masters Clinic of Massage Therapy. Its warehouse structure — pictured from the east in the photo above — bit the dust in April, 2015. Two months later, Big Brothers Big Sisters’ previous home met the same fate off Hillcroft Ave. in Gulfton.
Here’s a cloudier view of the new building looking east along Preston St.:
- The new Big Brothers Big Sisters building [Allyn West]
Photos: Allyn West (east façade); Marc Longoria via Swamplot Flickr Pool (west façade); Kayla P. (Health Masters)
This article is very confusing. What exactly are you trying to state here?
There is an new structure across the street from a old structure and a highway. How can it be any clearer?