Construction is up in Houston — here’s what’s driving the increase

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For better or worse, more hammers are swinging in Houston.

More than $505 million in building permits were filed in October 2018, which is a 12.4 percent increase from the $449.8 million in permits that were filed in October 2017, according to a report from the Greater Houston Partnership.

But office brokers, who have been dealing with an oversupplied office market for several years now, can breathe a sigh of relief — almost all of that increase is attributable to residential construction.

Nonresidential…

Houston developer pursues Nashville apartment project

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This year, the developer opened an apartment complex on Music Row.

Here’s when Spaghetti Warehouse’s new concept will open

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It was expected to open in the fall.

Life Time to open first Houston coworking space

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Minnesota-based Life Time Inc. is diving into Houston’s coworking scene with the anticipated opening of Life Time Work, its first Texas location.

Life Time Work is expected to open a 25,000-square-foot coworking space in early 2019 at CityCentre Five, adjacent to its CityCentre club, according to the company.

Life Time will begin accepting memberships in December. Membership is month-to-month and includes a complimentary Diamond all-club access membership. 

Life Time Work will offer three main…

GALLERY: Sam Houston State University breaks ground on proposed College of Osteopathic Medicine

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Sam Houston State University hosted the official groundbreaking Nov. 16 for its new College of Osteopathic Medicine, which is scheduled […]

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Tomball ISD approves early childhood center slated to launch fall 2019 at Tomball High School

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Tomball ISD is targeting a fall 2019 opening for an early childhood center at Tomball High School, which would offer […]

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Montgomery County commissioners support creation of additional district court

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Supporting the creation of an additional district court in Montgomery County was approved in a split 4-1 vote by the […]

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Q&A: Ask a smart home builder

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A local home expert answers questions about the smart-home technology trend that is happening in and around The Woodlands. Alberto […]

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In Monopoly for Millennials, real estate is not the game

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“Forget real estate. You can’t afford it anyway,” reads the tagline of Hasbro’s latest game, Monopoly for Millennials.

CLOSE-UP: Glade Arts Foundation gives back through fine arts, cultural experiences

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The Glade Arts Foundation opened in its new home on Woodlands Parkway in April and has since been working to […]

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