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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 ...

Shopping Shakeup

The secret's out! Houston Pavilions breaks out a new name as it tries to shed its troubled past

By Whitney Radley

As the northern end of downtown Houston near Market Square Park experiences a sort of homegrown renaissance, there's a more buttoned-up type of redevelopment underway a few METRORail stops down ...

Real estate rumblings

Controversial Imperial Sugar Land development moves forward, massive water feature included

By Whitney Radley

All's quiet out southwest for now as Imperial Sugar Land prepares to welcome the first signs of the contentious mixed-use development on the historic Imperial Sugar Mill site. "Th ...

Something to talk about

Ssh, don't tell! The high end stores moving into the new River Oaks District development leak out

By Whitney Radley

As the year comes to an end, the last of the tenants of 4444 Westheimer are packing up their belongings and moving out to make way for the River Oaks District, a forthcoming mixed-use property from ...

Young Professionals Friendly

A new high-end restaurant in Midtown to anchor Post Midtown Square luxury expansion

By Whitney Radley

The streetscape of Houston's Midtown has changed substantially over the past several decades, from an affluent residential area to a blighted ghost town to a thriving, walkable live-and-play di ...

Forced to move

The teardown plan: New River Oaks District development wants to cash in on location & walkability

By Whitney Radley

Tenants at 4444 Westheimer have always known that the charming, if dated, 1960s-era apartment complex was about "Location! Location! Location!," with its spot near Hig ...

Reach for the sky

Major new restaurants negotiating to move into BLVD Place tower, but Bloomingdale's is out

By Whitney Radley

Wulfe & Co. is set to break ground on a new residential tower in BLVD Place in early 2013, bringing the first housing option to the mixed-use, Galleria-area development already home t ...

Building Boom

A walkable Westheimer: New mixed-use project to bring a live, work & play epicenter in the Loop

By Whitney Radley

The stretch of Westheimer Road between Highland Village and the 610 Loop is about to become even more walkable, now that a 12-acre tract on the northeast corner of Westheimer and Mid Lane ...

Mediterranean meets Modern

Farewell, Fiesta: Developer Marvy Finger buys shopping center with plans for Montrose midrise

By Caroline Gallay

Following rumors that the Montrose Fiesta's days were numbered — not due to the looming new flagship H-E-B that's just gone up across the street, but at the razing hands of a new ...

Real Estate Round-up

The Galleria finally lands a new office tower, Houston FBI turns to bomb-proof digs & Teas Nursery goes green

By Ralph Bivins

It’s been almost 30 years since the 64-story Transco Tower was completed on a site between the Water Wall and The Galleria shopping center. Since then, developers have been pretty quiet i ...

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