Heights Mercantile is a low-rise urban market district in Houston’s historic Heights neighborhood situated at the intersections of Heights Boulevard, Yale Street and 7th Street. Inspired architecture from the office of Michael Hsu promises a destination that connects the rich history of the Heights with contemporary lifestyles. The dining, shopping, and service tenants of Heights Mercantile share a singular quality: that of being uncommon. The project values the area’s upscale demographic, the charm of its historic neighborhood and its convenient access to Houston’s core urban districts. This confluence of values is unique not only for the Heights, but for Houston as a whole.
Heights Mercantile is the reimagining of four corners in the center of the historic Heights into a creative collection of adaptive spaces surrounding the Heights Bike Trail and Heights Boulevard running trail. We are curating unique food, retail, art and office tenants into a one-of-a-kind architectural setting.
|4||Chef-driven restaurant concepts|
|16||First-to-market designers, brands and specialty merchants|
|5||Creative office lofts for innovative local businesses|
Why The Heights?
The Heights is the unmistakable center of Houston’s urban renaissance. It is five minutes west of Downtown Houston and ten minutes east of the Galleria. The Heights is home to a multitude of nationally recognized chefs, a buzzing art scene, the fastest appreciating residential submarket in all of Houston and it is within a ten minute drive from over 500,000 of the most innovative Houstonians.