Trademark Property has released this new image of its High Street development, slated for the site of the demolished Central Ford dealership at 4410 Westheimer, just west of Highland Village. So . . . is it really gonna happen?
The project had been on hold. It’s now described as “a 6-acre, pedestrian-oriented urban village featuring 93,000 square feet of restaurant and retail space combined with Class A offices and urban residences.” The Fort Worth developer — who also developed Market Street in the Woodlands — had planned to break ground this past spring. Instead, the company has leased part of the site to the sales trailer for the Highland Tower, and politely thrown a picture of that condo building into the background of the new drawing as well.
Don’t confuse High Street with the River Oaks District, a similar but larger project planned for next door.
Continue reading for a site plan and lots more images!
- High Street [Trademark Property]
- Developing the Houston Highlands [Swamplot]
- River Oaks To Move West, Add Hotels, Apartments, Offices, and Shopping [Swamplot]