An ambitious group of entrepreneurs aims to transform a four-acre warehouse complex in Houston’s East End into a mixed-use pedestrian neighborhood that could become an example of socially responsible real estate development in one of the most gentrified neighborhoods from Texas.
Houston real estate company Concept Neighborhood plans to convert more than two blocks of mostly historic properties into a destination filled with hyperlocal businesses, retail boutiques, restaurants and small office spaces. Construction is set to begin in late 2022 on the redevelopment of the roughly 80-year-old buildings that once housed oil and gas equipment maker WKM.
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