Demo Monday: Heights Chase building and more demolition activity in Houston, July 22-26

A 12-story apartment tower under construction on 20th Street could soon see a second phase.

A 12-story apartment tower under construction on 20th Street could soon see a second phase.

A permit this week signaled demolition work would come to a Chase bank building on a site that's under construction for a high-rise apartment building, with more on the way.

Greystar broke ground on a 12-story, 152-unit community on the same block as the Chase building at 545 W. 19th St. in June. The Greystar project is one of two phases, with Phase 2 potentially bringing another 300 units to the area, which includes the Heights Waterworks redevelopment and a 350-unit multifamily project by Alliance Residential called Broadstone Heights slated to open this fall.

In the Rice Military area, a holdout surrounded by townhomes received a demolition permit, one of 39 residential teardowns throughout the city this week.

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.
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By 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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