Articles of Interest

June 11, 2014
Houses traded for apartments for new Energy Corridor project

By Jenny Agee-Aldridge A Dallas-based development group plans to build a midrise apartment complex on land it recently bought in the Energy Corridor that contains a small neighborhood. Blackhaw Partners LP, a subsidiary of JDMco LLC and J.D. McCaslin & Co. Inc., purchased 21 contiguous residential lots in the Addicks Dam Subdivision for an undisclosed […]

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May 27, 2014
These Areas are Hot for Apartment Rentals

By Jenny Agee-Aldridge The energy industry is driving multifamily development, with the number of new units under development more than tripling in one area over the last year. Construction has started for two separate properties in the CityCentre area on 4.6 acres total in the Energy Corridor. The two complexes, to be named Pearl CityCentre and […]

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May 22, 2014
Houstonians cowboy up: Ranch sales soar

By Jenny Agee-Aldridge Forget the beach. Why not buy a ranch? This is Texas after all. A master-planned development in Washington County is marketing its ranch properties to Houston executives with great success. Washington County, which includes quaint towns such as Brenham, is roughly an hour and fifteen minutes north of Houston — just close […]

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April 25, 2014
Construction to begin on new hotels in Energy Corridor

By Alex Endress Construction on two new hotels — the Courtyard by Marriott and the Hampton Inn & Suites — is set to begin this summer in the Energy Corridor, across from the Texas Medical Center-West Campus. At 135 rooms each, the hotels will be located at the corner of Barker-Cypress Road and Park Row […]

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April 16, 2014
Pair of hotel properties to be developed in Wolff Companies’ Ten Oaks in the Energy Corridor

To meet the growing needs of the Texas Medical Center – West Campus and 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 Oaks development because of its […]

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