Pearl market developer seeks historic tax credits for industrial site

Documents submitted by a Pearl entity to a city panel are giving a glimpse into what will become of a Tobin Hill industrial site when a long-awaited overhaul is completed.  

The documents include photos of the site before construction and architectural renderings by architecture firm Clayton Korte that show the former Samuels Glass Co. plant at Newell Avenue and Karnes Street turned into a public market with dining and retail spaces.

Built in 1948, the plant and its 1.4-acre parcel was acquired by Rio Perla Properties, a Silver Ventures subsidiary, in 2015. The 50,000-square-foot warehouse is valued at over $6 million, according to tax records. 

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