Several buildings have been demolished at the corner of Montrose Boulevard and Kipling Street in Houston as construction crews clear the way for a proposed 36-story apartment project.

The demolished buildings include the former locations of London Underground Hair Salon and Bocco Wine Garden, which closed its Montrose location in May.

According to a July filing with the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation, development company Vero Sade is leading the apartment project at 3615 Montrose Blvd., Houston. A project description specifies the building will feature 10 floors of parking over a single floor of retail. The project will offer approximately 369 apartment units as well as a 12,000-square-foot amenity space on the 11th floor.

In the TLDR filing, officials listed a construction start date of Nov. 1. Construction is expected to run through February 2025.

Vero Sade has multifamily projects built or underway in San Antonio; Dallas; and Orlando, Florida. Several other projects in Houston include City Vista on West Dallas Street and another 386-unit project being planned in the Heights.

Community Impact Newspaper has reached out to Vero Sade for additional details.