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Published in 19-1-2016
    472 Visits
Real estate transactions Wes Hallmark with Sperry Van Ness/Wes Hallmark & Associates of Lubbock represented the buyer. HFF arranged acquisition financing for the Haven at Westgreen, a newly built 225-unit complex at 510 Westgreen Blvd. just south of Interstate 10 in Katy. The borrower is a joint venture between Dallas-based CAF Capital Partners, The Rainier Cos. and Chicago-based Blue Vista Cap ...>>
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Gastropub the latest tenant signed on at East Village
Business
Published in 19-1-2016
    1224 Visits

A group of entrepreneurs signed a lease hoping to bring a gastropub, restaurant concept to a renovated mixed-use project in East Downtown.

The development by Houston's Ancorian East Village already announced a vodka distillery and architecture firm would take up space in their project just on the other side of U.S. 59 from downtown Houston. A full story about the 60,000-square-foot ...>>

Reference: www.chron.com
New Richmond neighborhood draws on history
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Published in 19-1-2016
    1231 Visits
The Houston-based developer acquired 590 acres near the northwest corner of Williams Way Boulevard and U.S. 59 in Richmond in partnership with IHP Capital Partners last year. The developers settled on the name after visiting the Fort Bend Museum for inspiration. "Seeing that photograph sealed our decision to name the development Veranda," Reichert said.
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A peek at Houston's abandoned or forgotten places
Business
Published in 19-1-2016
    880 Visits

Some buildings in Houston have become such a normal part of the horizon that you hardly notice that they're vacant. Take Magic Island, for instance. The boxlike monument that's supposed to lead you into the magical world of ancient Egypt sits off of the Southwest Freeway near Buffalo Speedway.

Reference: www.chron.com
Gastropub the latest tenant signed on at East Village
Business
Published in 19-1-2016
    891 Visits

A group of entrepreneurs signed a lease hoping to bring a gastropub, restaurant concept to a renovated mixed-use project in East Downtown.

The development by Houston's Ancorian East Village already announced a vodka distillery and architecture firm would take up space in their project just on the other side of U.S. 59 from downtown Houston. A full story about the 60,000-square-foot ...>>

Reference: www.chron.com
Small-business Q&A: First step is deciding what decision to make
Business
Published in 19-1-2016
    301 Visits
Here are some tips for making thoughtful, well-informed decisions: Is this really your decision or someone else's and do you really need to make a decision at all? Identify contributing factors that potentially can be changed to improve a particular alternative, and those that must be accepted as they are. The time-tested exercise of listing pros and cons on opposite sides of a piece of pa ...>>
Reference: www.chron.com
Real estate transactions
Business
Published in 19-1-2016
    909 Visits
Real estate transactions Wes Hallmark with Sperry Van Ness/Wes Hallmark & Associates of Lubbock represented the buyer. HFF arranged acquisition financing for the Haven at Westgreen, a newly built 225-unit complex at 510 Westgreen Blvd. just south of Interstate 10 in Katy. The borrower is a joint venture between Dallas-based CAF Capital Partners, The Rainier Cos. and Chicago-based Blue Vista Cap ...>>
Reference: www.chron.com
New Richmond neighborhood draws on history
Business
Published in 19-1-2016
    486 Visits
The Houston-based developer acquired 590 acres near the northwest corner of Williams Way Boulevard and U.S. 59 in Richmond in partnership with IHP Capital Partners last year. The developers settled on the name after visiting the Fort Bend Museum for inspiration. "Seeing that photograph sealed our decision to name the development Veranda," Reichert said.
Reference: www.chron.com
A peek at Houston's abandoned or forgotten places
Business
Published in 19-1-2016
    1155 Visits

Some buildings in Houston have become such a normal part of the horizon that you hardly notice that they're vacant. Take Magic Island, for instance. The boxlike monument that's supposed to lead you into the magical world of ancient Egypt sits off of the Southwest Freeway near Buffalo Speedway.

Reference: www.chron.com
Gastropub the latest tenant signed on at East Village
Business
Published in 19-1-2016
    1136 Visits

A group of entrepreneurs signed a lease hoping to bring a gastropub, restaurant concept to a renovated mixed-use project in East Downtown.

The development by Houston's Ancorian East Village already announced a vodka distillery and architecture firm would take up space in their project just on the other side of U.S. 59 from downtown Houston. A full story about the 60,000-square-foot ...>>

Reference: www.chron.com
Real estate transactions
Business
Published in 12-1-2016
    667 Visits
Real estate transactions A Houston-based investor has purchased a 53,472-square-foot office building on 2.4 acres at 2411 Fountain View. Fairmont Crossing, a 6,656-square-foot retail property at 4835 Fairmont Parkway in Pasadena, has changed hands. Dao & Nguyen Investments Corp. has purchased a 18,327-square-foot shopping center at the southeast corner of Huffmeister Road and Fleur De Lis Boule ...>>
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Small-business Q&A: Franchise defines the business, but the boss is still the boss
Business
Published in 12-1-2016
    1044 Visits
The idea is that no matter the location, the look and feel of the restaurant are the same, right down to the uniforms worn by the servers and the food on the menu. [...] since there are also a wide variety of business and brand options available at all investment levels, chances are you would be able to find a franchise opportunity that fits your particular personality, business expertise and fin ...>>
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Real Estate Deal Highlights: 2015 full of firsts
Business
Published in 12-1-2016
    510 Visits
While job growth slowed and oil prices fell, Houston continued to attract interest from real estate developers, investors and retailers in 2015. First Houston office purchase: First apartment purchases: First Houston Locations: First development in a while: First spec office project announced in 2015:
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LGI Homes reports record home sales in 2015
Business
Published in 12-1-2016
    892 Visits
Demand for entry-level priced homes pushed sales to record levels for locally based LGI Homes in 2015, according to a monthly report. Assuming that general economic conditions, including interest rates, and mortgage availability in 2016 are similar to those in 2015, we believe we will close more than 4,000 homes during 2016. Mortgage rates are still low, averaging just below 4 percent for a 30-y ...>>
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Lincoln Property gets financing for Galleria Place office campus
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Published in 5-1-2016
    952 Visits

Lincoln Property Co. has secured $60.74 million in post-acquisition financing for the Galleria Place office campus across from the Houston Galleria shopping center. The property was purchased by LPC Realty Advisors I on behalf of a pension fund client last year. The seller was Atlanta-based Songy Highroads. Commercial real estate firm HFF arranged a three-year floating-rate, interest-only loan ...>>

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