Tuesday, January 12, 2016

Little Bunny Flew High and Far to the Heights, leaving former bunny grounds vacant ...


Archival pic of Fly High Little Bunny shop on South Shepherd (early in 2015)

Little Bunny went to the Heights. 
South Shepherd Lot Now for Lease 

Grounds available for new occupant.  
The former location of the quirky Fly High Litt Bunny Fly High fashion accessories and gifts shop on S. Shepherd has been posted for ground lease with build-to-suit option. 


The building with the iconic rusty roof-top cutout, which also served as an office for JAMAIL real estate, was demolished around the same time the structure on the corner of W Alabama and S Shepherd -- anchored by 24-hour Ruchi's -- was torn down to make room for the parking lot of the new CVS pharmacy. The empty lot  south of the pharmacy is graced by an old tree that just lost a limb to - what appears - natural causes, and the new fence in the back has since acquired graffiti (not shown in pic).  

ARCHIVAL PHOTOS OF ORIGINAL FLY HIGH LITTLE BUNNY STORE ON THE EDGE OF MONTROSE 

Little Bunny weathervane logo on roof of S Shepherd store in 2011
Variation on the weathervane: Rooftop Little Bunny Cutout 
Little Bunny Boutique and JAMAIL Real Estate Office prior to demolition in 2015. 

MORE ON THE FUNNY BUNNY THEME

Blue and Red Bunny in the Heights 


One-of-a-kind rabbit in the Heights: Tara Conley's 'Bunny'; 


And, for good measure, a real rabbit. The long-eared rodent species is abundant
in Terry Hershey Park on the banks of Buffalo Bayou (seasonally).   




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