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Roka Akor announces opening date at Weslayan Street high-rise
Business
Published in 9-6-2017
    533 Visits

Roka Akor finally has an opening date for Houston: June 26.

The Japanese sushi and steakhouse restaurant will open on the ground floor of 2929 Weslayan, a 40-story luxury residential tower at the northeast corner of Weslayan and West Alabama.

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Heights waterworks plan now includes retail
Business
Published in 9-6-2017
    475 Visits

Braun Enterprises plans to redevelop the historic Heights waterworks, a city-owned property on 19th Street, into a collection of restaurants in the neighborhood near downtown. The waterworks include a 1928 concrete and brick reservoir building recorded in the National Register of Historic Places; an Art Deco pumping station from 1939; and a pump building constructed in 1949. The Heights Hike ...>>

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Outskirts continue to grow, as affordability remains an issue
Business
Published in 9-6-2017
    733 Visits
The developer, whose projects include Cross Creek Ranch, Fall Creek, Riverstone and Sienna Plantation, purchased the acreage from local investment group Rockspring Capital. In another notable, far-flung project, the developer of The Woodlands will create a new community 13 miles past its signature housing development - which itself is 27 miles from downtown. Overall, Houston's new-home mark ...>>
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Pet Supplies Plus, Zöes Kitchen in expansion mode
Business
Published in 2-6-2017
    447 Visits
Pet Supplies Plus has leased 9,000 square feet for a store at the southeast corner of Highland Knolls Drive and Westgreen Boulevard in the eastern Katy area. Zoës Kitchen, a Mediterranean-inspired restaurant chain with 15 area locations, has tapped Transwestern as its real estate adviser in the Houston market. Chris Reyes and Danielle Schidlowski are handling the assignment, which includes doub ...>>
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Katy among best places to live based on schools, home prices
Business
Published in 2-6-2017
    985 Visits

The Katy area's highly regarded schools and relatively affordable homes have landed it on national list of the best places to live, a new report showed. The suburb west of Houston ranked No. 11 out of 30 best places to live, according to HomeUnion, an online real estate investment management firm based in California, The study examined ZIP codes in metro areas where the average school rati ...>>

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Blend Bar with Davidoff Cigars coming to The Woodlands
Business
Published in 2-6-2017
    696 Visits

Blend Bar with Davidoff Cigars has leased a 4,500-square-foot space at 1705 Lake Robbins in The Woodlands Town Center.

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12-acre retail center planned for Kemah
Business
Published in 2-6-2017
    530 Visits

GBT Realty Corp., a development company based in Tenn., has purchased 11.7 acres in Kemah for $2.1 million and plans to build a 79,000-square-foot shopping center.

Located on FM 518 just west of Texas 146, the project is already 92 percent leased, GBT said. Tenants include Petco, Marshalls, Ross Dress for Less, ULTA and Rack Room Shoes.

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Where to find the RadioShacks still open in Texas
Business
Published in 2-6-2017
    747 Visits

The electronics retailer RadioShack closed another 1,000 stores since Memorial Day weekend, but there are still 13 company-owned RadioShack stores left in Texas.

Reference: www.chron.com
Pet Supplies Plus, Zöes Kitchen in expansion mode
Business
Published in 2-6-2017
    820 Visits
Pet Supplies Plus has leased 9,000 square feet for a store at the southeast corner of Highland Knolls Drive and Westgreen Boulevard in the eastern Katy area. Zoës Kitchen, a Mediterranean-inspired restaurant chain with 15 area locations, has tapped Transwestern as its real estate adviser in the Houston market. Chris Reyes and Danielle Schidlowski are handling the assignment, which includes doub ...>>
Reference: www.chron.com
Katy among best places to live based on schools, home prices
Business
Published in 2-6-2017
    694 Visits

The Katy area's highly regarded schools and relatively affordable homes have landed it on national list of the best places to live, a new report showed. The suburb west of Houston ranked No. 11 out of 30 best places to live, according to HomeUnion, an online real estate investment management firm based in California, The study examined ZIP codes in metro areas where the average school rati ...>>

Reference: www.chron.com
Blend Bar with Davidoff Cigars coming to The Woodlands
Business
Published in 2-6-2017
    472 Visits

Blend Bar with Davidoff Cigars has leased a 4,500-square-foot space at 1705 Lake Robbins in The Woodlands Town Center.

Reference: www.chron.com
12-acre retail center planned for Kemah
Business
Published in 2-6-2017
    531 Visits

GBT Realty Corp., a development company based in Tenn., has purchased 11.7 acres in Kemah for $2.1 million and plans to build a 79,000-square-foot shopping center.

Located on FM 518 just west of Texas 146, the project is already 92 percent leased, GBT said. Tenants include Petco, Marshalls, Ross Dress for Less, ULTA and Rack Room Shoes.

Reference: www.chron.com
Where to find the RadioShacks still open in Texas
Business
Published in 2-6-2017
    688 Visits

The electronics retailer RadioShack closed another 1,000 stores since Memorial Day weekend, but there are still 13 company-owned RadioShack stores left in Texas.

Reference: www.chron.com
Man gets probation in securities fraud case after repaying most victims
Business
Published in 26-5-2017
    912 Visits

Former Manvel resident on probation for securities fraud after repaying victims most of what he took. 

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Super Bowl spending comes in slightly lower than projected
Business
Published in 26-5-2017
    33 Visits

Gross spending during the nine days of Super Bowl programming, minus the amount of usual tourism that would be displaced by the event, came to $338 million, according to a consultant retained by the Host Committee. That's a bit off the $372 million originally projected by the same firm, Pennsylvania-based Rockport Analytics.

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