The newest business moving into Davis Commercial’s newest shopping center now for lease in the Heights at North Shepherd and 19th Street has been confirmed as Dallas-based chain Cane Rosso, according to a representative. The business, which offers what it calls “authentic neapolitan pizza” in the Dallas and Fort Worth areas, will be opening its doors […]
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The Houston Parks and Recreation Department is emphasizing cooperation and safety with members of the Heights community following a public meeting Tuesday evening addressing the recent controversy over plantings by residents along the Nicholson Hike & Bike Trail. Many residents living along the trail were concerned that trees and other plants they had planted were […]
A new restaurant is opening in the old Stella Sola location at 1001 Studewood Dr. at 10th St. in the Heights and its generating a lot of interest. The restaurant is called Black & White and identifies itself as a “contemporary Mediterranean and seafood bistro.” Notably, Black & White will feature two restaurants in the […]
The Preservation Ordinance was designed to save the few irreplaceable structures left in Houston Heights, one of which just celebrated its 100th birthday.
But what about The Leader area? Turns out we’re doing great. Unfortunately, for people like me we might be doing too great. What many are calling a “normalization” of the housing market might be better for us in the long run.
You can’t arrest me, officer. I’m a diplomat! All this will be true if our latest troops from the Republic of Texas have their way.