Identity Architects led the design of the 13,200 square-foot, two-story building. Construction costs were estimated at $2 million with a six-month timeline, according to state filings.
According to Davis Commercial, the first floor will feature retail and restaurant space with outdoor patio seating, and the second floor will offer another office and medical uses.
The building design features a distinctive "fin" and will offer parking behind the structure, allowing a pedestrian-friendly building setback.
“Lower Westheimer is experiencing the type of redevelopment that I think everyone knew was eventually going to happen," Mark Davis said in the news release. "When you put together all the unique positives of the area—dense populations, high incomes, walkability, etc.—it is no big surprise that this is all finally occurring."
The former structure at the location housed The Montrose Clinic, which became Legacy Community Health, from 1994-2011.