Daily Demolition Report: Main Event

Swamplot’s Daily Demolition Report lists buildings that received City of Houston demolition permits the previous weekday.

Time to wind down operations.


Commercial Structures


Photo of 3115 Rosedale St.: HAR

8 Comment

  • YAY, more Bungalows getting torn down. I cant stand this city.

  • Here you go, Chris, a bungalow you can save for only $12,000!

  • Tear them all down, but keep just ONE… so we can scare the kids by showing them how primitive living conditions were back in the day. Not all old things are historic or valuable… most of the time old is just old.

  • Sadly the number of people in the market to buy and fix up these old places falls very short of the peopleump in arms that they are being bulldozed.
    Chris, it takes a demand for these places to have them saved. If that demand isn’t there what can you do?

  • @Chris: So what are you doing to save them? Griping here isn’t doing anything. Are you buying and restoring them?

  • YAY, more Bungalows, I mean obsolete junk getting torn down. I LOVE this city.

  • No respect for our history .granted some structures are not salvageable. The vast majority are .I’ve lived in the Heights and Montrose for the last 30 years and have seen the neighborhoods change. These people are used to new, shiny sparkly, everything and unfortunately money rules.

  • How dare developers give the people what they want!