Fatty’s located at 1717 Main Street in Old Seabrook, announced they will be re-locating to Bayport. Blvd and Red Bluff. Due to the State Highway 146 expansion, Fatty’s is one of several businesses which had to relocate. We are excited they’re staying in Seabrook and we look forward to their opening!
The demolition for the Walgreens site previously located at 1902 Bayport Blvd. will begin on July 9, 2018. Walgreens permanently closed on October 24, 2017 due to the expansion of State Highway 146.
Rustic Design Furniture store located at 2010 Bayport Blvd. announced that they will be closing on July 15, 2018. They have been a part of Seabrook for a long time and we are sad to see them go. We wish them well on their future endeavors!
Outriggers has announced that they are still open for business! They will stay open on a day-to-day basis as of right now, while working on a mutual agreed date with the state. Go visit them while they’re still open and try their delicious oysters! More updates to follow.
Donalds Donuts, located at 1418 Bayport Blvd, announced they will be closing for business on Wednesday, May 30, 2018. We will definitely miss their delicious variety of donuts! Currently City staff is helping Donalds Donuts to find a suitable site for relocation within Seabrook. Stay tuned for more updates.
Due to the Highway 146 expansion, CVS moved to their new location on Repsdorph Circle. On May 13 CVS opened for business at their new location! Go check them out at their new location! Stay tuned for more updates on AutoZone as well.
Due to the State Highway 146 expansion, another Seabrook business has officially closed its doors. The Seabrook Waffle House located at 2102 Seabrook Circle, closed on May 18, 2018 at 7am.
Outriggers has been a staple in Seabrook for 17 years and they have officially announced that their last day of operation will be Saturday, June 2, 2018 due to the SH 146 expansion. Outriggers is currently located at 101 Bath Street and will be moving to Nasa Parkway in the coming year. If you haven’t already, now is the time to go visit Outriggers and wish them well on their new endeavor! They will be greatly missed!
Today, May 2, 2018, TxDOT will “let” the SH 146 Expansion Project and you may be wondering what that means exactly so we thought we would explain this process. Before a project can be bid on by a business, TxDOT must “let it”, or make it available for bidding. The letting and bidding process with TxDOT allows the agency to get the most competitive pricing on a project and allows multiple businesses to compete for business with TxDOT.
TxDOT builds and maintains thousands of miles of roadway annually and depends on the business community to complete these projects. TxDOT will be acquiring bids from a variety of project management firms who be hired to manage and execute the entire project including utility relocation and road construction.
After today’s “letting” the bids will be evaluated and the construction contract will then be awarded within the next few months and once the contract is awarded the SH 146 Expansion Project will begin.
For more information on the TxDOT Letting Schedule click here and view Project CCSH: 0389-05-116.
CVS has officially announced that they plan to open to the public at their new location on Repsdorph Circle on Sunday, May 13. Come stop by and support our local business on Mother’s Day!