Articles of Interest

February 7, 2017
All Houston Does (Economically) Is Win

Like most big cities that get the nod, Houston has spruced itself up for the Super Bowl, planting flowers and concentrating in particular on the rough stretches between Hobby Airport and NRG Stadium. Yet it’s unlikely the city’s reputation will be much enhanced by the traveling media circus that accompanies these games. The last time […]

» Read More
September 2, 2016
Katy Healthcare Expands as Oil Industry Woes Linger in Background

Healthcare is expanding in West Houston. Texas Children’s Hospital West Campus is located in Wolff Companies’ Ten Oaks and MD Anderson Cancer Center is located in Central Park, also a Wolff Companies development. By Sebastian Herrera Katy has become a significant force in Houston’s healthcare industry because of its fast growth and favorable economy, which […]

» Read More
June 17, 2016
Mayor Turner on Houston’s State of the Market

From the 17th floor of Park Towers in Uptown, you can see nearly every corner of the Houston area with perfect clarity. It’s fitting then that execs would be on the top floor to discuss how they see Houston. Mayor Sylvester Turner kicked things off at Bisnow’s Houston State of the Market by sharing some […]

» Read More
April 25, 2016
Five Cities That Are Leading the Way in Urban Innovation

By MICHAEL TOTTY Updated April 21, 2016 3:00 p.m. ET Cities are the future. In 2008, for the first time in history, more human beings lived in cities than in rural areas. The United Nations projects that by 2050 nearly two-thirds of the world’s projected 9.7 billion people will be urban. Some urban planners scratch […]

» Read More
April 22, 2016
Real Estate Expert: Bayou City Suburbs Become More Urban

By Paul Takahashi Reporter Houston Business Journal Houston’s sprawling suburbs get a bad rap among those who want to live in a cool, hip neighborhood where they can walk to live, work and play. However, there’s more to Bayou City’s ‘burbs than rows of little boxes that all look just the same. Suburbs miles outside […]

» Read More