The marketing flyer for the complex at 2015 W. 34th St., which currently is home to Mrs. Jackie’s Tax Service and Lavish Linens, states that the “prime Garden Oaks retail and office building” will be renovated. The total size is 6,336 square feet with 21 parking spots available.
For additional information, the flyer highlights the “surrounding neighborhood (which) provides a vibrant community comprised of up-and-coming restaurants, shopping areas and outdoor walking trails.” The development joins Braun’s nearby new build at 2001 W. 34th St. that is securing new tenants.
Sports Clips moves into Ella Oaks
Chris Martin of JCM Interests said a location of Sports Clips is signed for Revive’s Ella Oaks center at 3323 Ella Blvd. It will occupy 1,000 square feet of space and house six hair stylists.
Martin owns five locations: two in the Heights, two in River Oaks/Montrose and one in the medical center. There are 93 Sport Clips stores serving the Houston area.
“We’re very excited to be a part of the continued revitalization of the area,” Martin said. “It’s a great high-traffic intersection with popular local businesses. I live in the Heights, where our Sport Clips have been a part of the neighborhood for 10 years. We’ve been waiting for the right location to serve the communities of Oak Forest and Garden Oaks.”
Fat Cat Creamery signed for Stomping Grounds
Fat Cat Creamery, which already has a location at 1901 N. Shepherd Dr., has signed a lease for a second location at Revive’s Stomping Grounds at 1225 W. 34th St. in Garden Oaks, according to a notice on Revive’s Facebook page.
The ice cream shop joins Threadfare Children’s Boutique and Camerata at Paulie’s at the under-construction development.
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