Spring Break Demolition Report: The Famous Cypress of Chippendale

Based on the feedback from my last attempt at a Demolition Report, there seems to be a good amount of support for inclusion of residential properties. As of Friday I’m going to attempt a Daily Demolition Report over the remainder of Spring Break.

This is a list of the buildings which received a City of Houston demolition permit the day before this post.

The famous Cypress of Lebanon don’t have anything on the cabinets in the very 60’s kitchen.

Commercial Properties
3626 Airport Blvd, Houston, TX 77051 – Formerly a Junkyard, building was originally the only house in the never built Scottcrest Neighborhood along Sims Bayou.

Residential Properties
2601 Lidstone St Houston, TX 77023 – Edmundson, Garage Only
1826 Chippendale Rd Houston, TX 77018 – Oak Forest, New construction by Joyce Homes Inc.
6147 Doliver Dr Houston, TX 77057 – Briargrove, Photos
1118 Voight St Houston, TX 77009 – Usener, 1920s Bungalow?, New construction by Echo Homes
10938 Leaning Ash Ln Houston, TX 77079 – Memorial West, 1960s Custom ranch house, Photos
12618 Terrance St Houston, TX 77085 – Five Corners, House seems abandoned, Photos
2815 S Braeswood Blvd Houston, TX 77025 – Knollwood Village, Photos
3310 St Emanuel St Houston, TX 77004 – Holman Outlot, 1949 Cottage Style
9211 Cliffwood Dr Houston, TX 77096 – Willow Meadows, New construction by Allergo Builders
654 Sulphur St Houston, TX 77034 – Freeway Manor, Shed Only

Photo Source: HAR