Wolff Companies News

August 29, 2014
How West Houston Was Won

The Houston Business Journal is among those taking note of the growth along the West Belt. In a recent article titled “New submarket sees flurry of new office construction“, the newspaper observes: “A Houston submarket that was once predominately industrial is attracting new Class A office construction thanks to its lower costs and accessible location.” […]

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August 12, 2014
Wolff Companies Featured in Wall Street Journal about Houston’s Pro-Growth Attitude and Economic Success

The Wall Street Journal recently featured Wolff Companies’ David Wolff and David Hightower in an article titled “Success and the City” by Joel Kotkin and Tory Gattis.  The profile highlights Houston’s pro-growth mindset, diversity, low cost of living and overall economic success. The article recognizes that naysayers see Houston as “a little slice of Hades: […]

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July 8, 2014
Construction Cranes Continue to Soar Over Booming Energy Corridor

Construction in The Energy Corridor continues to outpace almost all other markets in the United States.  According to The Energy Corridor District’s most recent Land Use and Demographics Report, twelve buildings, totaling 4,101,000 square feet, are currently under construction, and are approximately 65% pre-leased.  The rate is well ahead of last year’s torrid pace, when […]

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June 17, 2014
New Luxury Multifamily Community Coming to Wolff Companies’ Ten Oaks

A 352-unit luxury multifamily living complex by Hunington Residential will be constructed on an eight-acre site in Wolff Companies’ Ten Oaks, an 82-acre mixed-use development in The Energy Corridor. The project is expected to break ground during the third quarter of 2014 and deliver the first units by the summer of 2015. Extensive office construction […]

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April 17, 2014
Pair of Hotels Coming to Ten Oaks in The Energy Corridor

Courtyard by Marriott and Hampton Inn by Hilton to Break Ground This Summer To meet the growing needs of The Energy Corridor, Dallas-based Western International has purchased 5.2 acres where they will develop a pair of hotels, a Courtyard by Marriott and a Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton. Western International chose Wolff Companies’ Ten […]

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