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Real Estate Rumblings

Houston's own European village? New luxury townhouse development includes its own showy canal

By Barbara Kuntz

Somerset Green — a residential community designed to emulate a European village with three- to four-story luxury townhomes in Regency and Normandy architectural style which come com ...


Real Estate Rumblings

EaDo game changer: New 12-story luxury tower with restaurants aims to shake up stadium land

By Barbara Kuntz

City View Terrace, a 12-story, 336-unit luxury apartment complex with ground-floor retail space, is coming to EaDo with hopes of becoming a catalyst for development in the area. Developer Premi ...


Real Estate Rumblings

What oil gloom? Sky's only rising in Houston: Another new luxury apartment tower going up downtown

By Barbara Kuntz

The "sky's" the limit in Houston. Another new SkyHouse luxury residential tower geared toward young professionals is starting to rise in downtown as SkyHouse Main, joini ...


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 ...


Brick Saga Continues

Judge orders city and preservationists to work out a plan to save historic Freedmen's Town bricks

By Barbara Kuntz

The fate of 100-year-old road paving bricks laid by freed slaves in historic Freedmen's Town could be decided in mediation between preservationists and city officials, rather than in court ...


Houston History

Freedmen's Town historic brick roads get a last-minute reprieve as judge temporarily backs preservationists

By Barbara Kuntz

A last-minute, 14-day restraining order has temporarily stopped city crews from removing 100-year-old road paving bricks in Freedmen's Town as part of a citywide infrastructure i ...


Real Estate Rumblings

Luxury developers aim to bring Charleston's historic squares to Houston: A charming vision?

By Barbara Kuntz

Crain Square, a development of 62 luxury townhomes inspired by the architecture found in the historic squares of Charleston, South Carolina; Savannah, Georgia; Georgetown in Washingt ...


New Pediatric Tower for Texas Children's

There's nowhere to go but up in Texas Children's Hospital $506 million expansion

By Barbara Kuntz

At the Texas Medical Center, there's nowhere to go but up. The board of Texas Children's Hospital has "enthusiastically approved" a $506 million expansion ...


Crime

Shameful: Construction workers shot and robbed while working on a church center in rare incident

By Elizabeth Rhodes

A worker was shot during a robbery in a rare construction site armed robbery in northeast Harris County. Two men — one armed with a gun and another armed with a knife — ro ...


Memorial Green

Memorial mixed use complex with million dollar homes hopes to replicate success of CityCentre

By Barbara Kuntz

The developer of CityCentre has more plans in store just about a mile away from that popular eating and dining destination and near Houston's booming Energy Corridor. Midway unveiled d ...


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