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Crazy Montrose Fire Photos

Crazy pictures from the controversial Montrose apartment fire: Up close with a beast of blaze

By Chris Baldwin

The massive five-alarm fire that raged through a controversial Montrose apartment complex captured the city's attention and put parts of Houston at a virtual standstill. ...

Controversial Apartment Fire

Massive fire burns down a controversial Montrose apartment complex, engulfing the city in smoke and ash

By Chris Baldwin, Eric Sandler

The Houston Fire Department waged war on a massive, five-alarm fire at an under construction apartment complex on West Dallas between Montrose and Waugh. Portions of the building collapsed due ...

City of the Future

Where everyone yearns to live: Houston No. 1 in the nation in new home construction

By Ralph Bivins

LAS VEGAS – Houston led the nation in single-family home construction in 2013, with a significant lead over the No. 2 market, Dallas, according to Metrostudy, a housing consulting firm. L ...

Stadium Deaths

Tragic death at Baylor's new $250 million football stadium leaves plenty of unanswered questions

By Tyler Rudick

One man is dead following a tragic construction accident on a pedestrian bridge leading to Baylor University's sparkling new $250 million football stadium, which is scheduled to open later ...

Out of The Alley

Brutalist building gets a $45.6 million revamp as Houston's premier theater company zooms forward

By Joel Luks

The clock had been ticking ever since the Alley Theatre announced in April the launch of a $73 million big ticket campaign that would include a $45.6 million renovation of its 1968 Ulrich Franzen&n ...

Watch Them Grow

University of Houston-Downtown launches construction of $16.5 million welcome center/garage

By Julia Davila

The University of Houston-Downtown is getting a new garage and a new look, with construction beginning just as the fall semester arrives on Monday. The 1960s-era garage for faculty and sta ...

Paris in Houston

French twist: Townhomes evoke Paris-style architecture on San Felipe

By Barbara Kuntz

Developer Rohe & Wright Builders has released plans for 10 luxury “lock and leave” townhomes with a French twist near River Oaks. The custom residences at Saint Honor ...

Less Institutional

New look for controversial Heights senior living facility takes shape

By Barbara Kuntz

Recently posted renderings of the once-controversial The Village of the Heights senior living facility show manicured landscaping and a much less institutional structure than initially pr ...

Project Time

Home remodeling is America's obsession: You'll be shocked by percentage of people redoing their houses

By Jennifer Chininis

While some hope to spend a lazy summer lounging by the pool or cruising the lake, many American homeowners intend to be more industrious. According to the Zillow Digs Summer Home Improvement Trend ...

Historc Tree Destroyed

Developer starts chopping down a giant, 100-year-old Heights tree, drawing protestors and cops

By Tyler Rudick

A Houston police officer kept the peace Monday as neighborhood activists butted heads with workers removing a century-old tree from the corner of Oxford and 23rd Street in the Height ...

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