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Real Estate Rumblings

Boom on! Houston notches more new home starts than the entire state of California

By Ralph Bivins

Houston has more new home construction than any other city in the nation and the building boom is going to get even more intense in the next few years, even though home prices are rising, a nationa ...


New Directions

Distinctive development: Houston's most innovative new real estate projects lead the way

By Tyler Rudick

Seven innovative real estate projects have been announced for the 2014 Development of Distinction Awards — the signature award series organized by the Houston chapter of the Urban Land Instit ...


Real Estate Rumblings

Land rush is on in Houston suburbs as home builders race to meet demand

By Ralph Bivins

A full-scale land rush is underway in the suburbs of Houston. Land developers and home builders are buying up land as fast as they can because Houston’s home construction industry has bee ...


Results in action

Urban Land Institute honors H-Town's most innovative building projects

By Tyler Rudick

The Urban Land Institute handed out its Development of Distinction awards, highlighting the past year's most successful planning efforts in a city not always known for its planning efforts. ...


You Decide

The best urban planning in Houston? New, city-changing projects compete for your approval

By Tyler Rudick

The Houston chapter of the Urban Land Institute (ULI) has released the finalists for its Development of Distinction Awards . . . and for the first time, the organization wants the public's help ...


A $50,000 Idea

Reimagining the downtown post office with a pedestrian bridge that spans the Bayou

By Tyler Rudick

A team of students from the University of Colorado and Harvard University took home a $50,000 top prize in the Gerald D. Hines Student Urban Design Competition sponsored by the Urban Land Institute ...


The CultureMap Interview

Gerald D. Hines tries to bring developers and academics together as he reveals new Houston projects

By Tyler Rudick

The name Gerald D. Hines carries a considerable amount of weight in Houston. Not only is there a school of architecture named after the celebrated real estate developer, but a good number of the ci ...


to reuse or not to reuse

Urban Land Institute enlists ideas to remake Houston's Downtown Post Office; four finalists emerge

By Tyler Rudick

The downtown Houston Post Office and Processing Center opened to considerable fanfare in 1962 with a well-publicized ceremony that included the reading of a letter from President John F. Kennedy. ...


plan it, restore it, green it

Taming the unzoned: Houston planning efforts honored by Urban Land Institute

By Tyler Rudick

The Houston chapter of the Urban Land Institute is dolling out the accolades Tuesday night for its annual Development of Distinction Awards, honoring nine projects not only for innovations in ...


Will it go 'round in circles?

Plans for Montrose/Westheimer traffic circle still spinning

By Ralph Bivins

Putting in a traffic circle at the Montrose area’s most important intersection: Is it an idea whose time has come and gone? Or just a bunch of hot air that is swirling around — and arou ...


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