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New Shopping Center Rising

Heights changer: A new shopping and entertainment hub with an Uchi connection set to rise in historic hood

By Barbara Kuntz

Heights Mercantile, a new office, restaurant and retail development including a brand-new building and the renovation of three existing structures, is planned for the site of a former Pappas Restau ...

UH Power Couple

A hot tropical destination hits the global real estate market thanks to this UH power couple

By Barbara Kuntz

The luxury real estate business in Belize is officially global now that Belize Sotheby’s International Realty recently unveiled an office there — thanks in part to two Houstonians. ...

Football & Trucks

Red hot wheels for J.J. Watt: Texans hunk cruises Houston streets in Ford commercial

By Barbara Kuntz

Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt is snapping his famous salute for football fans and Ford enthusiasts alike in an F-Series commercial that kicks off the regular NFL season. The comme ...

Downtown Comes Alive

Historic downtown building set for luxury condos — and an H&M, too?

By Clifford Pugh

The historic Texaco building in downtown Houston, which in past plans was to be revamped into a Ritz-Carlton and a Marriott, is now being reshaped for luxury condominums. The Houston Business J ...

Foodie News

Opening date set for big-name Houston chef's new Italian restaurant

By Whitney Radley

As construction moves along on the 22-story BBVA Compass Plaza on Post Oak Boulevard, so inches forward the timeline for two restaurants from renowned Houston chefs.  The Houston ...

A New Music Restaurant

Houston is getting a new live music restaurant — and it comes with Montrose cred

By Whitney Radley

Rudyard's British Pub has been a cornerstone of the Montrose community since it opened in 1978, serving up burgers and fries from its kitchen and hosting loud music and live readings in its ups ...

Houston's Zombie Skyscraper

Real estate horror? Abandoned, 10-story "zombie" building is back on the Houston market

By Whitney Radley

The abandoned 10-story, 95,849-square-foot structure at 3400 Montrose was described last year by photographer Patrick Bertolino as "what a building might look like after a zombie apo ...

Money talks

America's most charitable city: Houstonians donate more than $11.23 billion in 2012 alone

By Whitney Radley

It's no secret that Houston enjoyed the biggest charity season in history last year, with at least 21 charitable fundraisers from January through May of 2012 raising $1 million or more each &md ...


Did the NAACP stiff the Four Seasons on a $100,000 bill? Big-name convention triggers a lawsuit

By Whitney Radley

The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People took the Bayou City by storm last July, hosting its 103rd Annual Convention at the George R. Brown Convention Center and its environs, ...

Bad Traffic

Houston's horrible commute is recognized: Ranked second worst, only behind notorious Atlanta

By Whitney Radley

Are your morning and evening commutes a drag? You're not alone.  Nearly 20 percent of Houston-area residents have a commuting time of 45 minutes or more, according to a commuting index ...

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