In November 2018, Braun Enterprises announced the acquisition of a shopping center at 1002 N. Shepherd Dr. across from the Kroger. The company is now leasing the new development, called Shepherd Row in the Heights. More than 18,000 square feet is available, including a 3,600 square-foot anchor space with patio availability. Taqueria Tortas El Angel is remaining at the project.
Pioneer Chiropractic at Memorial Park’s 2019 Brunch Run
The Memorial Park Conservancy will be host the 2019 Brunch Run on Saturday. This 5K fun run has athletes and weekend warriors jogging starting and ending in the park’s new Eastern Glades.
In addition to celebrating with friends at the post-race party featuring brunch favorites, Pioneer Chiropractic will have a booth providing runners with light stretching, massage and education about wellness and injury prevention before and after the run.
Pioneer Chiropractic is a recently opened chiropractic clinic in the Oak Forest/Garden Oaks neighborhood. It offers chiropractic, acupuncture, corrective exercises, pregnancy care and wellness care. Specializing in sports chiropractic and pregnancy care, Pioneer Chiropractic treats a wide range of musculoskeletal conditions.
Follow @pioneerchiro on Instagram and Facebook for race day updates or stop by the clinic at 2030 North Loop West, Suite 120.
New agents at Led Well Realty
Ginny Ledwell opened her own real estate brokerage in November after four years with the Reyna Realty Group. Recently, two new agents have joined the company — Rebecca Decker, a former resident in Oak Forest, and Nicole Fowler, resident of Shepherd Park Plaza.
Gulf Coast Commercial changes plans for I-10 property
In 2015, Gulf Coast Commercial Group purchased the 21-acre Tarkett site at 2728 Summer St., between Studemont and Sawyer streets south of I-10, behind the Target after Texas Tile Manufacturing relocated to Alabama. The purchase price was $40 million.
The plans were to build big box retail, or a stacked development, at the site. But Nancy Sarnoff with the Houston Chronicle reports the retail plan did not come together and that instead, Gulf Coast sold five acres to an apartment developer and designed a more traditional retail center for a portion of the site.
“If you lose a piece of the puzzle, it all comes tumbling down,” Patrick Egan, Gulf Coast vice president of development, told the Chronicle, referring to the stacked proposal. “It’s kind of like playing Jenga.”
Trammel Crow Residential is building the apartments on the southeast corner of the site.
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