Montrose condo project embraces neighborhood history

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A developer is resurrecting a high-end residential project planned in Montrose with a slightly different twist.

Photos: Tanglewood luxury multifamily project nears completion

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A new luxury multifamily development nestled between a park, a Whole Foods Market and other apartments, is nearly complete near the Tanglewood neighborhood.

Tenants have already begun moving in at The Hayworth, 1414 Wood Hollow Drive. The $90 million tower has 246 units and construction is expected to be complete around March 2018.

“The build of The Hayworth was not formulaic,” said Mark Culwell, managing director at Houston-based Transwestern Development Co., which developed The Hayworth,…

Here’s how Midway’s pitching its East River development to companies like Amazon

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Although the city of Houston has been mum on details regarding what it highlighted in its Amazon HQ2 proposal, a new promotional video on Midway’s 150-acre East River development touts the project as the perfect home for a large urban campus.

The video was released to the public on Oct. 20, a day after cities’ proposals for Amazon’s second North American headquarters campus were due. The video highlights East River features that would be attractive to a company like Amazon — among other things,…

Inside Houston’s first ‘micro condos’

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Inside the first new “micro units” to be built in Houston.

Dallas-based investor buys Sugar Land office building

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Dallas-based Velocis has acquired Two Sugar Creek, a six-story office building in Sugar Land. The 143,410-square-foot building, completed in 1999, is 84.7 percent leased. The new owners plans upgrades to the common areas and vacant tenant suites.

Houston energy software co. to hire after acquisition

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The company is looking to grow by 10 percent this year and next.

More than 500 Friedkin Group employees still displaced by Harvey

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The west Houston headquarters suffered nearly $30 million in flooding damage.

Office furniture company leases warehouse in Garden Oaks

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A local office furniture company signed a nearly 32,000-square-foot industrial lease in Garden Oaks.

How TDECU became one of the biggest credit unions in Texas

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“Growth doesn’t look the same as it did at one time.”

In Amazon HQ2 application, Generation Park touts its proximity to airports, available land

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In his letter to Amazon executives, the developer behind Generation Park invites them out for a tour of the property.