Work has moved into the buildout and dressup phase for Phase II of the high-glycemic-index strip center at the corner of W. 19th St. and N. Shepherd Dr., a reader notes during a recent catty-corner oil change. The Benjamin Moore signage spotted around the new second building last year during the site’s flat-slab days is now reflected by buildout permits for the paint store, which should take up about 1,820 sq.ft. of the building’s 4,298. What’ll be filling up the rest of the space? Looks like the leftovers will house Austin export Tarka Indian Kitchen’s first inside-the-Beltway location.
The cameraman also captured a glimpse of Dallas pizzeria Cane Rosso‘s statue of a somewhat confusingly labeled suina rosso, which overlooks the intersection from its browsing position near the parking lot:
- Previously on Swamplot: Oil Changer Changeout Almost Complete at N. Shepherd and 19th; What’s Getting Wrapped Up on the Corners of 19th and N. Shepherd; Strip Center Alteration Planned for Houston Alternator Shop at N. Shepherd and 19th St.; More Sugar Headed for the Sweetest Strip Center on North Shepherd
Photos:Jason B. Cockerell
The Cane Rosso dealership looks low on inventory. Pablo must have had a good month.
Hey, when can I start buying beer at my Krogers off 20th and Yale?