Wolff Companies News

August 22, 2017
Market Expanding for More Full-Service Hotels Outside Loop 610

Not so long ago, full-service hotels outside of Houston’s Loop 610 were rare, but times change. In The Energy Corridor, there are now a handful of these high-rise, amenity-packed hotels, and more are on the way to serve a growing West Houston, predicts Wolff Companies. Despite current low occupancy rates, Houston remains one of the […]

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July 28, 2017
Apartment Demand is Making a Come-Back in Houston’s Energy-Centric Areas

An increase in demand for apartments in Houston’s energy-centric areas – including The Energy Corridor – is being driven by an increase in jobs and a shrinking pipeline of new apartment construction. Demand is growing again for apartments across Houston, with absorption being highest in The Energy Corridor, Katy, The Woodlands and Spring according to […]

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July 7, 2017
Recent Sales Surge at Wolff Companies’ Gates Ranch Leave Only a Few Remaining Estates

HOUSTON – An upsurge of buyers – and three very recent purchases – has left only nine remaining farm estates at Wolff Companies’ Gates Ranch in Washington County. In the past three months, the last two estates in Phase I were sold, as well as the first estate in Phase III. All of the buyers are […]

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May 24, 2017
Land Scarcity Pushing Redevelopment in The Energy Corridor

Redevelopment continues in The Energy Corridor, driven in large part by the scarcity of vacant land in one of the most vibrant, growing areas of West Houston. Older properties are being repurposed or completely replaced with new, high-profile office, healthcare, retail and living spaces to meet the needs of a region that has become one […]

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April 5, 2017
Business Leaders Celebrate Opening of Park Row “Missing Mile” and West Houston Development

Business and community leaders recently gathered to celebrate West Houston’s growth and newly completed “missing mile” of Park Row, at an event hosted by Wolff Companies and The Energy Corridor District. Park Row, a four-lane major thoroughfare that runs parallel to the Katy Freeway (I-10), now stretches continuously from Dairy Ashford Road at I-10 to […]

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