Demo Monday: Upper Kirby H-E-B, Hanover apartment project and more Houston demolition activity, June 17-21

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Six permits were issued this week to clear properties along West Alabama and Kirby Drive, which grocer H-E-B acquired in 2018.

The former locations of Petite Sweets, J Sussan Interiors and Strictly Golf are among the buildings cleared for teardown at the location, held by 2700 Alabama Kirby LLC. Construction details have not been announced. Plat filings with the Houston Planning Commission refer to the 3.65 acre site as Kirby Crossing.

The former location of a Harris County juvenile detention facility at 3540 W. Dallas St. was cleared for demolition as well. It was sold to an affiliate of developer Hanover in October for $30.6 million. The site received variances in January from the Planning Commission for a site plan that included six buildings offering retail, office and hotel uses.

In other activity, a demolition permit was issued to St. Anne’s Catholic School as it continues a renovation effort that broke ground in May.

Use the interactive map to view additional demolition permit details.

About Demo Monday: Every week, Community Impact Newspaper will update readers on demolition permit activity across Houston. Report development tips in the Heights/River Oaks/Montrose area to hrmnews@communityimpact.com and Bellaire/Meyerland/West University tips to bmwnews@communityimpact.com

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Matt Dulin
Matt joined Community Impact Newspaper in January 2018 and is the City Editor for Houston's Inner Loop editions.
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