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Hines reveals designs for downtown apartment tower
Business
Published in 5-2-2019
    519 Visits

Houston-based Hines, the 61-year-old international real estate firm that's been involved in nearly 29 developments in downtown alone, plans to start construction next month on its newest hometown project: a 46-story apartment tower the company says will be its most impressive residential development yet.

Reference: www.chron.com
Johnson Development buys first community in Austin area
Business
Published in 5-2-2019
    525 Visits

Johnson Development Corp. has entered the Austin market with the purchase of the 530-acre Bryson master-planned community in Leander. The property was purchased from Crescent Communities for an undisclosed price.

Reference: www.chron.com
Sysco announces more corporate layoffs even as earnings beat Wall Street expectations
Business
Published in 5-2-2019
    372 Visits

Sysco, the nation's largest food distributor, on Monday announced it laid off 10 percent of its corporate support staff even as the Houston company reported better-than-expected earnings.

Reference: www.chron.com
Hines reveals designs for downtown apartment tower
Business
Published in 5-2-2019
    720 Visits

Houston-based Hines, the 61-year-old international real estate firm that's been involved in nearly 29 developments in downtown alone, plans to start construction next month on its newest hometown project: a 46-story apartment tower the company says will be its most impressive residential development yet.

Reference: www.chron.com
McGuyer Homebuilders moves to make all new builds smart homes
Business
Published in 5-2-2019
    478 Visits

Houston-based McGuyer Homebuilders is partnering with the home-automation company Control4 to offer smart-home technology in every home it builds.

Reference: www.chron.com
Johnson Development buys first community in Austin area
Business
Published in 5-2-2019
    486 Visits

Johnson Development Corp. has entered the Austin market with the purchase of the 530-acre Bryson master-planned community in Leander. The property was purchased from Crescent Communities for an undisclosed price.

Reference: www.chron.com
Sysco announces more corporate layoffs even as earnings beat Wall Street expectations
Business
Published in 5-2-2019
    597 Visits

Sysco, the nation's largest food distributor, on Monday announced it laid off 10 percent of its corporate support staff even as the Houston company reported better-than-expected earnings.

Reference: www.chron.com
Weaning Texas off coal tough for renewables alone, Wood Mackenzie analysis shows
Business
Published in 5-2-2019
    14 Visits

Texas faces several challenges in replacing the electricity generated by coal with wind and solar sources alone, a study Wood Mackenzie shows.

Reference: www.chron.com
McGuyer Homebuilders moves to make all new builds smart homes
Business
Published in 5-2-2019
    878 Visits

Houston-based McGuyer Homebuilders is partnering with the home-automation company Control4 to offer smart-home technology in every home it builds.

Reference: www.chron.com
Weaning Texas off coal tough for renewables alone, Wood Mackenzie analysis shows
Business
Published in 5-2-2019
    6 Visits

Texas faces several challenges in replacing the electricity generated by coal with wind and solar sources alone, a study Wood Mackenzie shows.

Reference: www.chron.com
Texas manufacturing rebounds from December, but shows signs of slowing
Business
Published in 29-1-2019
    52 Visits

Texas manufacturing continued to grow in January, but as widely expected, the sector is showing signs of slowing.

Reference: www.chron.com
Large site along Buffalo Bayou attracts mixed-use plan
Business
Published in 29-1-2019
    150 Visits

Plans have been filed with the city for a mixed-use development spanning a rare 14-acre site fronting Buffalo Bayou Park.

Reference: www.chron.com
Residential projects push Houston area construction starts higher in 2018
Business
Published in 29-1-2019
    204 Visits

The value of construction projects begun in the greater Houston area rose to $19.9 billion in 2018, up 9 percent from the $18.3 billion in starts a year ago, a new Dodge Data & Analytics report showed.

Reference: www.chron.com
Railroad Commission launches online tool for enforcement, inspection data
Business
Published in 29-1-2019
    729 Visits

The Railroad Commission of Texas, the state agency that oversees the energy industry, launched a new database tool to search statewide oil and gas inspection and enforcement information.

Reference: www.chron.com
IAH's Terminal B checkpoint to reopen Wednesday
Business
Published in 29-1-2019
    410 Visits

The Transportation Security Administration plans to reopen its Terminal B checkpoint, which was closed during the partial government shutdown, early Wednesday, the Houston Airport System says. The ticketing counter in Terminal B will also reopen.

Reference: www.chron.com


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