The only thing that’s really changed about 3400 Montrose, a tipster tells Swamplot, is the name of its owner: Global Paragon, which bought the former podium for Scott Gertner’s Skybar in 2011, went “belly up” this past November, the tipster says, and the vacant 10-story building’s now owned and managed by a 40-person LLC that’s looking for a buyer or a joint venture.
And that’s where these interior photos, from a short-on-info listing posted recently on Cushman & Wakefield’s website, come in:
The tipster says that the LLC has received offers. None of them, however, included plans to keep 3400 Montrose an office building, and one intended demolition.
And here’s a look at what’s on the other side of those doors:
The view below shows the L-shaped strip center at Montrose Blvd. and the
CVS Walgreens across Hawthorne:
And the available parking:
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- Houston’s 3400 Montrose could rise from the dead [Houston Business Journal ($)]
- Previously on Swamplot: Owner of 3400 Montrose Says It’s in Deep Financial Trouble, Redo Plans for the Office Building at 3400 Montrose Blvd., Will 3400 Montrose Rise from the Dead?, Stone Panel Leaps to Montrose Blvd. Sidewalk from Former Skybar Balcony, Everybody Out: The Ghost Town at 3400 Montrose, Comment of the Day: A 3400 Montrose Blvd. Inspection Report, Why Scott Gertner’s Skybar Is Leaving the Montrose Sky, Scott Gertner’s Skybar Closing, May Take the Whole Building with It
Photos: Cushman & Wakefield