The Houston Northwest Chamber of Commerce is gearing up to launch its Grow Northwest capital campaign Sept. 15, which the organization hopes will raise about $3.2 million for improvements in its service area over the next four years.
In a vacant purple building in Old Town Spring, former East Coast residents Joe and Maria Macri combined their years of restaurant experience and lifelong love of fine dining to launch the bistro of their dreams in August 2013.
Although parcel acquisition has held back construction of the project, construction could begin in October on the Grand Parkway underpass at FM 2920, according to Grand Parkway construction firm Zachry-Odebrecht.
Development continues on the McKenzie Park master-planned community—located just west of Springwoods Village and the ExxonMobil campus. McKenzie Park features homes from multiple builders starting in the ‘300s.
Several recommendations have been developed as part of the Houston Galveston Area Council’s Livable Center Study in Spring, including commercial and mixed-use redevelopment, trails and the creation of possible design guidelines for future developers.
The steering committee for Klein ISD’s upcoming 2015 bond referendum is considering up to $690.6 million worth of new construction, campus additions and other expenses that could be placed on the bond referendum next May.
Grand Texas—the future 610-acre sports and entertainment district in New Caney—is scheduled to break ground on the first phases of construction late this summer and open to the public in early- to mid-2015.
The Bridgestone community of Spring includes Bridgestone, Bridgestone Ranch and Bridgestone Lakes subdivisions with approximately 2,000 homes. The community offers a recreation area with a playground, pool, tennis courts, gazebo and meeting room.
Spring and Klein ISD officials are anticipating larger operating budgets and lower property tax rates for district residents for the 2014–15 school year thanks to an increase in enrollment and a surge in each district’s appraised value.
The Federal Railroad Administration and the Texas Department of Transportation have begun work on an environmental impact statement for the Texas Central Railway, a proposed 240-mile high-speed rail system between Houston and Dallas.
Known for the quality of its beginners programs, Giammalva Racquet Club has trained young players from when they first learned the intricacies of the sport into collegiate athletes that receive scholarships with hopes of playing professionally.