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New developments coming to Marina Arts District

A mural adorns the House of Rock in Corpus Christi’s Marina Arts District. The Downtown Management District recently approved five new projects for the area. File photo

Corpus Christi’s Downtown Management District announced the approval of five new projects in the Marina Arts District. The work is expected to add over $35 million in development to the area.

On March 28, the city’s Downtown Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone No. 3 awarded $2.2 million in incentives that would fund commercial build-outs, restore vacant spaces, and make exterior improvements.

Projects include:

Homewood Suites, 301-309 N. Chaparral St. — Will feature 126 rooms, retail and restaurant space at the ground level, a rooftop bar, and a Topgolf Swing Suites.

Lazy Beach Brewing, 312 N. Chaparral St. — Will become a downtown outpost of the popular Southside taproom.

Gallery 41, 100 N. Shoreline Blvd. — Will open as the Art Center of Corpus Christi’s new restaurant and have an outdoor patio with views of Corpus Christi Bay.

OK Hifi Parklet & Awning, 415 Peoples St. — Will feature a new parklet (sidewalk extension) in front of what will become a Japanese whiskey bar and lounge.

605 Elite, an upscale restaurant/bar, 605 N. Mesquite St. — Will take over a Depression-era building that has long been vacant.

Timelines for the developments have not been announced.

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