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Trump to announce major roll back of Cuba travel policies
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Published in 16-6-2017
    640 Visits

Trump will prohibit financial transactions between Americans and U.S. companies and Grupo de Administracion Empresarial SA, known as GAESA, the state-run, military-affiliated conglomerate that controls large swathes of the Cuban economy, according to a summary of his policy prepared by a congressional office and obtained by Bloomberg. “This policy was clearly written by people who have never ...>>

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New medical building planned for the Heights
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Published in 16-6-2017
    266 Visits

A plat variance application filed with the city Planning and Development Department shows a new medical office building planned for the Heights.

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Landry's bids for Joe's Crab Shack operator
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Published in 16-6-2017
    571 Visits

Houston-based Landry's has bid to acquire Ignite Restaurant Group, potentially unseating the California restaurant operator that agreed earlier this month to acquire the distressed company.

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1,600 acres to be developed on Houston's far northwest outskirts
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Published in 9-6-2017
    198 Visits

Prominent community planner Johnson Development Corp. has purchased 1,619 acres in northwest Harris County near the Grand Parkway.

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Memorial Hermann offers tech remedy for those lost in hospital's maze
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Published in 9-6-2017
    813 Visits

Who among us has not lost their car, their sense of direction and/or their mind navigating the maze of medical parking garages or the endless hospital hallways around Houston? Memorial Hermann Health System has launched a spiffy pilot program called Find My Way, which lets users download a tracking device onto their phone that literally takes them from their front door, through traffic and to ...>>

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Roka Akor announces opening date at Weslayan Street high-rise
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Published in 9-6-2017
    403 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
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Published in 9-6-2017
    538 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
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Published in 9-6-2017
    240 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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1,600 acres to be developed on Houston's far northwest outskirts
Business
Published in 9-6-2017
    71 Visits

Prominent community planner Johnson Development Corp. has purchased 1,619 acres in northwest Harris County near the Grand Parkway.

Reference: www.chron.com
Memorial Hermann offers tech remedy for those lost in hospital's maze
Business
Published in 9-6-2017
    930 Visits

Who among us has not lost their car, their sense of direction and/or their mind navigating the maze of medical parking garages or the endless hospital hallways around Houston? Memorial Hermann Health System has launched a spiffy pilot program called Find My Way, which lets users download a tracking device onto their phone that literally takes them from their front door, through traffic and to ...>>

Reference: www.chron.com
Roka Akor announces opening date at Weslayan Street high-rise
Business
Published in 9-6-2017
    542 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.

Reference: www.chron.com
Heights waterworks plan now includes retail
Business
Published in 9-6-2017
    483 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 ...>>

Reference: www.chron.com
Outskirts continue to grow, as affordability remains an issue
Business
Published in 9-6-2017
    745 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 ...>>
Reference: www.chron.com
Pet Supplies Plus, Zöes Kitchen in expansion mode
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Published in 2-6-2017
    456 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
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Published in 2-6-2017
    994 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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