The 1929 Humble Station on the corner of Zang and Beckley and across from the Oswald Boarding House is for sale again. The station was on our 2012 Architecture at Risk List.
The asking price is $349,000. Historic tax credits, the upcoming Gateway zoning matter and upcoming streetcar project are all positives for this unique piece of property. Just across the street is the Lake Cliff Historic District and including the station in the district would not be difficult opeing the way for historic tax credits.
The station is one of only 2 left in the state of Texas. It's twin in San Antonio was turned into a restaurant called Bliss.
|Last Updated on Monday, 06 January 2014 17:30|
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