The following statement has been released by the Texas Department of Transporation Houston District. “TxDOT is pleased to have reached a negotiated settlement with Union Pacific Railroad and right of way acquisitions are moving forward. TxDOT is diligently working toward having the SH 146 reconstruction project ready and available for letting this coming summer (2018). […]
Longtime Seabrook business owner, Vinny Schillaci, has decided to close Neptune Subs later this year. This one of a kind deli has been a Seabrook landmark for years and we are very sad to see it close. Neptune Subs may be most known for their “Bald Mondays” that are held the first Monday of every month. […]
We are pleased to announce that both Autozone and CVS are planning to relocate to the new Seabrook Town Center that will be located around the Repsdorph Traffic Circle. Construction on Autozone will begin later this year. More details about when the stores will relocate and open will be announced when it is made available.
Walgreens and TxDOT have reached an agreement and the Seabrook store will be closing later in October 2017. It is unknown at this time when the building will be removed.
While we are sad to see Tookies move across the bridge we are glad this longtime community establishment will be staying in business. Tookies will be moving across to the old Ichibon building in Kemah. Details about the move have yet to be announced.
We are so happy to announce that Mario’s Flying Pizza has found a new location on NASA Parkway in the Seabrook Plaza Shopping Center at 2100 E. Nasa Parkway. Construction on the new site will begin in October 2017.
On Sunday, July 30 the Seabrook Sonic Drive In closed. The City of Seabrook was not given notice prior the closing of the business. At this time we do not have a confirmation if a new Sonic franchise will re-open in Seabrook.
Recently, the city added a new layer to their GIS mapping system that shows residents and businesses the exact schematic of the new highway design. Users can zoom in to see how current businesses will be affected and how existing parcels will be divided. This new tool is useful to landowners who are scouting perspective […]
Right-of-way acquisition began in January 2016 and Seabrook will start to see storefronts closed and demolished in 2017. Taco Bell/KFC will close their doors at the end of January 2017 and shortly after the Seabrook House of Flowers will be relocating the Pelican Plaza off NASA Parkway across from Endeavor Marina. As the year progresses […]
On Tuesday, December 15, 2015, members from Seabrook City Council, the Planning and Zoning Commission, the Economic Development Corporation and city staff met with the Texas Department of Transportation and other organizations regarding the expansion of State Highway 146. During the meeting, TxDOT informed the City of Seabrook that property appraisals and right-of-way acquisitions on […]