Former Humble Oil station to be demolished for convenience store

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UPDATE: Rafiqul Islam of Venture Engineering and Builders LLC called back to say that owner Kavash Waziral is planning to build a convenience store on the property.

ORIGINAL POST: This former service station at the southeast corner of Beckley and Zang seemed to be headed for demolition last year to make way for a beer store. Then it went on the market again. And now it’s set for demo again.

City Councilman Scott Griggs alerts us that the owner received a new demolition permit Feb 5. The 1929 building is just outside the Lake Cliff Historic District. We put a call into the new owner to ask what his plans are, but haven’t heard from him yet.

By |2015-02-18T11:14:38-05:00February 18th, 2014|Business, Development, News, Preservation|2 Comments

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