Swamplot’s Daily Demolition Report lists buildings that received City of Houston demolition permits the previous weekday.
So goodbye, they’ll be leaving; I see no sense in this crying and grieving.
- Taco Bell, 7720 W. Bellfort St. 77071 (Fondren Center)
- 4047 Drummond St. 77025 (Ayrshire; new construction by Omni Homes; photos)
- 4031 Tartan Ln. 77025 (Ayrshire; new construction by Partners in Building)
- 7209 Hoffman St. 77028 (Trinity Gardens)
- 4538 Sunflower St. 77051 (East Sunnyside Court; photos)
- 9301 Vogue Ln. 77080 (Spring Branch Estates; photos)
- 5114 Contour Place 77096 (Meyerland)
- 8807 Ferris Dr. 77096 (Meyerland)
- 4923 Imogene St. 77096 (Meyerland)
Photo of 4047 Drummond St.: Realtor.com
3 Meyerland homes today? They just don’t stop!
Adjacently east, 77025 is pretty demo-active, too.
Isn’t it ironic….that as the small house movement progresses and tiny apartments are being offered and people take ride-shares more and more, these solid little darling homes can get any respect!
A few years ago a 1-car garage would be a deal-breaker. But I think we’re heading to the end of 2-car households anyway.
@movocelot: I am similarly puzzled, but as to the garages, I ventured into a development (built within last 10 years) in a suburb north of Austin to buy something on craigslist, and found something entirely new under the sun. The builder evidently noticed that storage facilities are popular near housing developments, and so tacked on a storage locker to the side of every single house. Thus (trigger warning):
callirhoe was that sarcasm?