Houston Commercial Real Estate

A Defense Of Houston: Local Experts Say Land Use Not to Blame For Harvey.

Full Article by Kyle Hagerty, Bisnow Houston During Hurricane Harvey, the Houston area was pounded with an entire year’s worth of rain, 27 trillion gallons, in just four days. Despite rainfall that shattered every record, many outside experts and national news media organizations are lobbing severe criticisms toward the city for its decades-long expansion. The Atlantic’s Ian Bogost is calling Houston’s flooding…read more →

Galleria’s sleek style set new trend for shopping, living

By Erin Mulvaney and the Houston Chronicle The sparkling mecca of retail and more attracts roughly 30 million visitors a year to its shops and hotels. It reshaped the entire southwest corner of the city into a second downtown and inspired how shopping malls and mixed-use projects were developed in the following decades.   But before the Galleria was born in…read more →

How the Massive New ExxonMobil Campus Came to Fruition and Created Momentum North of Houston.

Beginning like a spy novel might, an anonymous inquiry led to one of the largest and most transformative real estate developments in the history of Houston. The deal was code-named “Project Delta,” and the caller claimed to be representing a Fortune 500 company searching for a site for a massive corporate campus. The rest of the story…