Upscale Washington Heights mixed-use finally underwayUpscale Washington Heights mixed-use finally underwayhttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=121712016-02-18T06:00:00Z2016-02-18T15:25:00Z

​​HOUSTON - A hotly anticipated mixed-use project in the Washington Heights is finally moving forward.

Demolition has begun on a 280,000-sf refrigerated warehouse on 15 acres on Studemont St. south of I-10, which was purchased in late 2013 by Capcor Partners and Kaplan Management.

Demolition began roughly 30 days ago and should wrap up in around 30 to 45 days.

Plans call for a mixed-use project, dubbed Studemont Junction, which will be composed of up to 400 upscale apartments, as well as retail such as grocers, restaurants and health care.

Grocers Supply Company Inc. sold the land with plans to move to 159 acres the distributor bought to build a 1.7 million-sf warehouse and distribution facility in Pinto Business Park.

Grocers Supply vacated the Studemont property around 30 days ago as the company's plan was to keep operations going on Studemont until its new facility was completed.

The project should be complete around early 2017.

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