Missed any of our articles from last week? Take a look at what you might have missed from Community Impact’s coverage areas in Houston from Nov. 13-17.

Medium Rare steakhouse to open at Louisiana Street development in Midtown

Medium Rare, a Washington, D.C.-based restaurant specializing in French-influenced steak and frites, will open next year in a new Midtown outpost.

The dinner menu will feature a three-course prix fixe meal—priced at just under $30—with a mixed-green salad, artisan bread, hand-cut fries and a Coulotte steak topped with a "secret sauce" that has hints of mustard and cracked pepper, according to a November news release. A vegetarian option will substitute in grilled portobello with fire-roasted red pepper sauce.

Read the full story by Editor Shawn Arrajj.

Developers unveil architects, images for Ritz-Carlton development in The Woodlands

After announcing the upcoming development of The Ritz-Carlton Residences in The Woodlands in October, Howard Hughes announced Nov. 15 it has engaged architecture firm Robert A.M. Stern Architects to design the project.

The project will feature 111 private residences available for purchase in what developers describe as the first freestanding Ritz-Carlton branded residences in Texas.

Read the full story by Editor Vanessa Holt.

Howdy Hot Chicken, Gyro Republic and 10 other businesses registered projects in Missouri City

Several new businesses, restaurants and facilities are coming soon or are already being built in the Missouri City community.

These projects were registered in the last six months in the area with the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation. All information, including costs and timelines, is subject to change.

Read the full story by Editor Kelly Schafler.

Houston rental market continues to grow due to high mortgage rates

The Greater Houston area rental market continues to see increases in the number of listings and average leasing prices annually, as higher mortgage rates mean people are not buying homes, according to the October 2023 Rental Market Update from the Houston Association of Realtors released Nov. 15.

Read the full story by Reporter Shaheryar Khan.

King's Harbor unveils Holocaust Garden of Hope Phase 1

The Holocaust Remembrance Association—a Kingwood-based nonprofit—recently celebrated the grand opening of the first phase of its Holocaust Garden of Hope in King's Harbor.

As previously reported by Community Impact, the one-of-a-kind children's memorial garden will feature eight pocket exhibits, each focusing on a specific aspect of the Holocaust.

Read the full story by Editor Hannah Brol.