Update, 4:48 p.m.: The map and drawing are not part of UCR Houston’s active plans, a representative from the retail advisor tells Swamplot; UCR is not marketing this property and does not represent and has never represented the property’s current owner. Read more here.
Is this where even more retail development will be coming to the Heights?
UCR MoodyRambin Page is marketing A reader alerts Swamplot to a flyer representing a possible plan for this 4-acre site on Yale St. north of the Washington Heights Walmart and the recently sold San Jacinto Stone property — that’s that big empty green square right next to I-10 — for a bank and fast-food restaurants.
You can see a more detailed site plan after the jump:
Here’s the site looking east from Yale St. The curve of those parking spaces in front of the proposed 3,554-sq.-ft. “restaurant” at the top of the map would run along White Oak Bayou. (On this property now is a smattering of vacant warehouses which haven’t yet received a demolition permit.) The site plan shows that the development would be for 3 new buildings totaling 25,803 sq. ft. of retail space.
- Washington Heights (PDF) (UCR Realty)
- Previously on Swamplot: The End Approaches for the San Jacinto Stone Age, Shops Replacing San Jacinto Stone, Just North of the South-of-the-Heights Walmart
Images: UCR Realty