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Record $450 Million Tower

A $450 million record breaker: Houston trophy tower sets a new sky-high price standard

By Barbara Kuntz

A winning $450 million bid for a Houston trophy tower noted for spurring downtown growth has set a new office tower sales record in the Bayou City based on price per square foot. Chicago-based ...

Destination GreenStreet

Redeveloping downtown: GreenStreet grows with dynamic events and amenities

By Promoted Series Correspondent

Downtown Houston has a re-energized, mixed-use destination for office, retail, dining and entertainment: GreenStreet, formerly known as Houston Pavilions, has undergone a dramatic 10-month transfor ...

Nature Townhomes

New townhouse community centered around a 300-year-old oak tree: Houston's nature development?

By Barbara Kuntz

Construction of a proposed seven-house, eight-townhome residential community with lots starting in the $800,000s near the Westmoreland Historic District is set to begin late this summer, accor ...

Real Estate Rumblings

Giant Uptown Park makeover begins with deal to build luxury rental tower

By Barbara Kuntz

A 26-story luxury rental tower with 250 units marks the first inked deal in the $1.2 billion redevelopment of Uptown Park shopping center. Patrinely Group recently signed the agreement with Am ...

If you build it . . .

More apartments in the Heights: Industrial hub makes way for mixed-use mecca

By Joel Luks

A produce warehouse is winding down operations to make room for a 15-acre mixed-use development that will accommodate an estimated 400 luxury apartments plus grocery stores, movie theaters, restaur ...

Going, Going, Gone

Longtime Houston seafood restaurant is closing — and getting leveled for new apartments

By Eric Sandler

After 20 years in business, the Landry's Seafood on Westheimer near Fondren will close for good this Sunday. As one of the chain's oldest outposts, it's become a go-to in the ...

New Tower Builds Buzz

A 20-plus story luxury apartment tower could be rising next to Asia Society Texas Center

By Whitney Radley

Looks like Swamplot was onto something when it reported rumors that Houston-headquartered real estate company Hines was looking at a Museum District block for a 20- or 22-story apartment tower ...

Switch Up

Montrose gets a fancy new movie theater, while Midtown loses its theater chance — for now

By Whitney Radley

On the heels of the news that Florida luxury movie theater group iPic Entertainment will be moving into River Oaks, Austin-based Alamo Drafthouse revealed that it also will be opening a theate ...

Live, work and stay

A first for Houston? Developers vow to save oak trees at Greenway Plaza mixed use complex

By Whitney Radley

More development is on the way in the Greenway Plaza area with recent news that PM Realty Group (PMRG) has acquired the property at 3333 Richmond Avenue. The commercial real estate firm h ...


A tale of two West U apartment complexes: When high density development hits close to home

By Whitney Radley

It looks like West University has a lot of density in its future, following last week's announcement by Behringer Harvard and Trammell Crow Residential of plans to develop a 231-unit apartment ...

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