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According to a Dec. 23 report from REBusinessOnline, Houston-based Barvin Investments has acquired the Elan Heights apartment complex at 825 Usener St. in the Woodland Heights neighborhood.

The seller and sales price for the complex, which was developed by South Carolina-based Greystar in 2016, were not disclosed, according to the report.

According to the complex’s Facebook page, Elan Heights offers guests one- and two-bedroom options along with amenities such as an on-site fitness studio, yoga room, upscale game room and rooftop lounge.

For more information on Elan Heights, visit the company’s Facebook page or email elanheights@greystar.com.

California-based sandwich shop opens at M-K-T

As previewed in our Nibbles & Sips column last month, Mendocino Farms opened its doors at the M-K-T Heights development on Dec. 14, according to post on the restaurant’s Facebook page.

The restaurant, which features bowls with ingredients such as smoky chicken elote, is open from 11 a.m.-9 p.m. daily, and customers have their choice of dine-in, takeout, delivery and catering.

For more information on what the restaurant offers, visit its website at mendocinofarms.com/locations/the-heights or call 713-595-8972.

Veggie-centered eatery opening in Autry Park development

The Autry Park mixed-use development at the corner of Allen Parkway and Shepherd Drive has a new restaurant concept making its way to Houston.

According to a report from Houston CultureMap, a vegetable-centered eatery called Auden is one of the development’s newest tenants and is scheduled to open in the spring of 2022. The report says the restaurant will “utilize seasonable, sustainable ingredients” and reflect Houston’s diversity.

Autry Park is an approximately 14-acre development at the edge of Allen and Shepherd near Buffalo Bayou Park, according to its website, with the shops and other attractions of the Heights just a few miles away. It is also just down the road from St. Thomas High School.

For more information on the Autry Park development, community members can go online to autrypark.com.

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