Swamplot’s Daily Demolition Report lists buildings that received City of Houston demolition permits the previous weekday.
For a moment the earth stood still — long enough for one of us to get off.
- 205 Hutcheson St. 77003 (new construction by Lovett Commercial)
- 213 Hutcheson St. 77003 (new construction by Lovett Commercial; photos)
- 3409 Garrow St. 77003 (new construction by Lovett Commercial)
- 3600 Sherman St. 77003 (Palmer Place; new construction by Lovett Commercial)
- 4311 Fulton St. 77009 (photos)
- 126 Sibelius Ln. 77079 (Memorial Glen)
- 7618 Willow St. 77088 (Highland Acres Homes)
- 4810 N. Braeswood Blvd. 77096
- 9407 Millbury Dr. 77096 (Meyerland; photos)
Photo of 9407 Millbury Dr.: HAR
Klaatu barada nikto.
4810 N Braeswood Blvd merits yet another deep sigh of regret.
Check out the street view from Feb. 2008; also some of the comments dating from that time.
I suppose a house can be flooded only so many times before it’s time to say adieu.
the thread that Big Tex posted has some pretty interesting comments on flooding from 10+ years ago.
“Allison was about the worst case scenario on flooding. From what I remember (which is always questionable) from when it was on the market before, was the amount of water it got in Allison was not very much. An inch maybe? I don’t think it got like a foot or anything significant like that. With the bayou improvements it could certainly reduce the likely hood of even that.”