Outriggers, previously located at 101 Bath Avenue, is undergoing demolition this week.
Rustic Furniture, previously located at 2010 Bayport Blvd., is undergoing demolition this week and should be cleared within the next 10 days. Redevelopment plans are being discussed between the City and Miramar Shopping Center!
The building where AutoZone previously stood, at 2650 Bayport Blvd., is being demolished this week. AutoZone relocated to the Seabrook Town Center (2230 Repsdorph) last August and have reported to be doing great!
Demolition has started for the Waffle House, previously located at 2102 Seabrook Circle. Per TXDOT, demolition should be completed within two weeks.
The site where the old CVS used to be, at 2800 Bayport Blvd., is currently under demolition. CVS relocated right across the street to 2242 Repsdorph Road and has been open for business at their new site since May 2018. The good news is that McDonald’s has submitted plans to the City for relocation at the old CVS site.
TXDOT has started demolition on the Neptune Subs building this week. Neptune Subs closed for business in December of 2017 and has been missed ever since. The building’s iconic banners and signage along with the amazing staff from Neptune’s will always be with us in Seabrook.
The site where Seabrook Flowers & Hill’s Liquor once occupied has now finished demolition. We are happy to announce that both businesses have relocated within the City and both are open for business. Seabrook House of Flowers has relocated to 2900 East NASA Parkway, while Hill’s Liquor has relocated to 1904 El Mar Lane.
Due to the SH146 highway expansion, another Seabrook business has been demolished. Kwik Kar Oil & Lube, previously located at 2170 Bayport Blvd., has finished demolition this week with currently no plans for relocation.
The demolition on McDonalds began this week. McDonalds is returning to Seabrook and will be located where the old CVS building was just off of East Meyer.
Life Storage opted to stay at their Seabrook location and remodel due to Right-of-Way Acquisition by TxDOT. The front part of the popular storage business has been demolished and the new store front is set further back from the highway.