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Home sales in The Woodlands Hills off to good start
Business
Published in 14-11-2018
    310 Visits

Buyers have purchased 37 new homes in The Woodlands Hills since the Conroe area community opened in late spring, The Howard Hughes Corp. announced.

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Orangetheory Fitness adds Midtown location
Business
Published in 14-11-2018
    337 Visits

Orangetheory Fitness will open Friday at 3415 Louisiana in Midtown.

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Orangetheory Fitness adds Midtown location
Business
Published in 14-11-2018
    554 Visits

Orangetheory Fitness will open Friday at 3415 Louisiana in Midtown.

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Home sales in The Woodlands Hills off to good start
Business
Published in 14-11-2018
    859 Visits

Buyers have purchased 37 new homes in The Woodlands Hills since the Conroe area community opened in late spring, The Howard Hughes Corp. announced.

Reference: www.chron.com
Home sales in The Woodlands Hills off to good start
Business
Published in 14-11-2018
    352 Visits

Buyers have purchased 37 new homes in The Woodlands Hills since the Conroe area community opened in late spring, The Howard Hughes Corp. announced.

Reference: www.chron.com
Children and pets sway homebuying decisions
Business
Published in 7-11-2018
    270 Visits

Children and pets are influencing homebuying decisions, according to studies by the National Association of Realtors and Zillow.

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Fidelis Healthcare Partners picks Denver for its first project
Business
Published in 7-11-2018
    1002 Visits

Fidelis Healthcare Partners, a recently launched affiliate of Houston-based Fidelity Realty Partners, has reached a deal to develop the Saint Joseph Medical Office Pavilion on the new campus of Saint Joseph Hospital in Denver.

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Sports apparel retailer Lids to hire 50 seasonal workers
Business
Published in 7-11-2018
    93 Visits

Lids Sports Group plans to hire 50 workers in the Houston area for the holiday shopping season.

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One of these In-N-Out Burger markets is not like the others
Business
Published in 7-11-2018
    631 Visits

Why the delay in In-N-Out Burger setting up shop in Houston? Jason Gaines, a retail broker at NAI Partners, says it has to do with distribution and the fact that Houston does not lie along the Interstate 35 corridor like its other Texas markets do.

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Chain of chiropractic clinics opens 14th Houston-area location
Business
Published in 7-11-2018
    123 Visits

Located at 2105 Yale, the newest office joins the Arizona-based company's 400 nationwide locations.

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Freddie Mac predicts 9% drop in single-family home mortgages
Business
Published in 31-10-2018
    26 Visits

By the end of the year, Americans will have borrowed 8.9 percent less for single-family homes than the year before, according to a forecast by Freddie Mac.

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City Council gets IAH international terminal revamp moving again
Business
Published in 31-10-2018
    257 Visits

Houston City Council on Wednesday amended two contracts and appropriated $24.5 million for the Houston Airport System to move forward with its new plans for redeveloping the Mickey Leland International Terminal at Bush Intercontinental Airport.

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Houston area leads the country in construction growth
Business
Published in 31-10-2018
    226 Visits

Federal data released Wednesday confirmed construction employment has continued to increase year over year across the nation. The Houston region leads the country with 29,500 jobs added since last September, an increase of 14 percent.

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Hewlett Packard Enterprise plans move to Springwoods Village
Business
Published in 31-10-2018
    560 Visits

Hewlett Packard Enterprise will join HP in Springwoods Village.

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Credit ratings agency shows support for new 'Ike Dike' plan
Business
Published in 31-10-2018
    128 Visits

Moody's Investors Service on Wednesday gave its stamp of approval to a proposed 70-mile-long coastal barrier that could cost as much as $31 billion, saying the barrier would help protect an economic powerhouse that contributes 24 percent of the state's GDP and 2.5 percent of the national economy.

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