The Freed-Montrose Library will relocate to a space within an upcoming mixed-used development.
With the oil and gas industry slow to recover and an expected surge in low- and moderate-wage jobs on the horizon, local experts are forecasting a shortage of affordable housing in the Greater Houston area.
Proponents of two upcoming policy changes say they will make Houston pedestrian-friendly but opponents say they will cause more traffic and parking headaches.
Houston City Council approved an expansion of a minimum lot size application seeking to curb commercial development in the Heights.
ZIP code 77018 lead the city with 180 demolition permits issued in 2019.
Houston City Council this week approved the allocation of federally backed loans for two developments near Bellaire and the Heights.
Residents can weigh in on the master plan at its halfway mark.
Dozens of high rises have been built inside the Loop in the last decade, and another 20 are possibly on the way.
The cattery was BARC's most recent step toward expanding its shelter space.
After a monthslong international competition, Houston Endowment Inc. has found the architects and design for its new facility on Buffalo Bayou.
A four-acre parcel at Richmond Avenue and Buffalo Speedway has been purchased by a partnership led by Senterra Real Estate Group for a potential mixed-use project.
The Freed-Montrose Neighborhood Library could find a new home within an upcoming development near the 800 block of Westheimer Road.
City officials are holding a town hall this week to gather input on the possible move of the Freed-Montrose Neighborhood Library.
A flight simulation company will soon lease land in Phase 1 of the Houston Spaceport .
Houston businessman Haidar Barbouti already owns all the commercial property in the shopping center on Westheimer Road in between Drexel Road and the Union Pacific Railroad line, known collectively as Highland Village. Now he plans to transform the public infrastructure along that strip too.
A demolition permit was sold this week to allow a restoration and renovation of 1059 Kirby Drive to move forward.
Editor's note: This story has been updated to clarify the difference between Texas Central's Sept. 13 announcement about a design-build contract with Salini Impregilo and an October 2018 announcement about a limited-notice-to-proceed agreement with Salini Impregilo.
Multiple demolition permits issued for the 200 block of Portland Street in the Montrose/Museum District area could signal that work may begin on a townhome project that has been on the books since 2014.
The Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs has approved the demolition of an affordable senior living complex that was flooded during Hurricane Harvey and has since faced legal obstacles from residents.
Emerson Rose owner Bonnie Reay said she chose to open her boutique’s two locations on Westheimer Road in Montrose and 19th Street in the Heights because she knows foot traffic drives business.
Washington Central, a retail center under construction at 4015 Washington Ave., Houston, has signed on …
Demo Monday: Rice Village daycare, Christian Community Service Center building and more demolitions in Houston, Aug. 19-23
Demolition permits sold this week include an expansion project at the Christian Community Service Center and a new daycare coming to the Rice Village area.
Demo Monday: Alta River Oaks, St. Thomas Episcopal and more demolition activity in Houston, Aug. 12-16
A demolition permit was issued this week for the former Center for Hearing and Speech building to make way for a new luxury apartment midrise .
Residential properties across the city of Houston are receiving demolition permits, with a concentration of tear-downs in the Spring Branch area the week of Aug. 5.
Editor’s note: This is part of a series exploring efforts to make Houston a flood-resilient city . A similar version of this story also appeared in the Bellaire/Meyerland/West University edition.