Howell County News/Jessica Aye

"The Height" of Efficiency Living

Three-in-one Ribbon Cutting at The Heights
The West Plains Chamber of commerce celebrated a ribbon cutting last week for three businesses in one location: The Heights, Rio Burrito, and Osage Coffee.
The Heights Apartments is a complex located on Hubert Redburn Drive. Originally open to applicants in August 2021, The Heights currently has around 200 tenants. These apartments are owned by The Dels Corp, whose stated mission is to create inclusive, eco-friendly studio apartments. With rents starting at $550 per month, the apartments offer with water, electricity, a refrigerator, internet, and a convection oven with burners. 
Rio Burrito is located in the lobby of the Heights and is open to the public. The Mexican-inspired restaurant is open Tuesday through Saturday, from 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. for build-your-own tacos, bowls, burritos, or nachos.
Osage Coffee, also located in the lobby, is a coffee shop offering java and baked goods. Not only open to the public, but the shop is also available for rent- with or without barista services.  
Pictured left to right: Shirley Butler, Dennis Lancaster, Darin Slawson, Martina Gauthier, Hannah Thaxton, Brittny O’Dell, Logan Greer, Kris Cross, Ron Kerns, Jennifer Dryer, Bryan Adcock.
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