Wild Honey, located at 625 W. 19th St. in the Heights, is a new women’s and children’s boutique with accessories and giftable items.
“One thing we are proud of is our plus-size selection,” co-owner Kristina Owens said. “It’s equal to our classic sizes. So we can cater to every customer.”
The store’s soft launch was Friday, Aug. 2. It will be open to the public starting Saturday, Aug. 3 at 10 a.m.
Paper studio opens on Yale
Invitology, a paper studio at 1430 Yale St., is owned by Gigi Noguera, an architect with more than 10 years of experience designing paper. Invitations, stationary, identification tags, stickers and more are available. For more information, visit https://myinvitology.com/.
Party Boy on Studemont for Sale
On the heels of the announcement by Gulf Coast Commercial Group that a 24-acre project called Lower Heights District is in the works at Interstate 10 and Studemont Street, Party Boy at 1515 Studemont St. is being offered for sale with an asking price of $10.5 million.
The listing on LoopNet from Endurance Properties advertises 1.71 acres of land with a 27,000-square foot retail building and more than 500 feet of frontage space on I-10.
Run for a reason with Friends For Life
For the first time in the history of the Chevron Houston Marathon, runners can support Friends For Life, Houston’s no-kill shelter.
For the 5K, half or full marathon, scheduled for Jan. 19, 2020, the #FFLArmy Running Team will raise funds for the organization. All are welcome to join.
Wahoo Wave opens at Harbor Splashtown
Wahoo Wave, which debuted in mid-July at Hurricane Harbor Splashtown at 21300 Interstate I-45 N, is a six-story slide complex that features near-vertical motions on a four-person tube, a 30-foot plunge straight down, massive water walls and a refreshing catch pool.
The Wahoo Wave is located near Coconut Bay.
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