Houston Development Aims to Create Hyper-Walkable, Micro-Living Neighborhood

A proposed Houston development could achieve some ambitious firsts for the historically sprawling city: “a pedestrian-friendly neighborhood of adaptive reuse buildings where low- and middle-income residents can live affordably, and where owning a car would be optional.”

As Marissa Luck explains in the Houston Chronicle, “Houston real estate firm Concept Neighborhood — a group of entrepreneurs that include some of founders of the Axelrad beer garden — previously unveiled plans to convert the former W-K-M warehouse complex in the East End into a mixed-use destination with hyperlocal businesses and walkable streets.” The 17-acre project will have up to 1,000 mixed-income housing units and 250,000 square feet of retail and office space, as well as a rails-to-trails conversion.

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