Historic Heights Theater Will Reopen By End Of Year
Renovations at the iconic Heights Theater are moving along after the property was acquired by Edwin Cabaniss less than a year ago. The Dallas-based developer known for redeveloping the Kessler Theater in Dallas has announced plans to have the theater up and running by the end of the year. Interior construction began in October and should finish in early fall, reports the Houston Business Journal. According to permits filed with the city, the work is costing around $800k.
The theater will add to The Heights' many unique commercial developments, such as Eureka Brewing and space along White Oak Drive. All of the growth in The Heights may be enough to draw the attention of H-E-B: rumors are swirling around the grocer's interest in a four-acre site in the area. When coupled with the excellent spaces like the future Heights Theater, there's never been a better time to buy a home (and bike) in The Heights. [HBJ]