Places generally along the South Freeway (I-45), and south of the Ship Channel, including Clear Lake, Deer Park, Freindswood, the Hobby Area, League City, Pasadena, Santa Fe, South Houston, and Texas City.
I've always loved his promotional angle solely for the weirdness. My favorites include...
-Multiple projects referring to "made to measure" residences. That line shows up in copy for just about every project of his I can recall at some point.
-"When asked to describe (multiple projects), Randall Davis would say.... "It's the steadfast refusal to compromise". I think that started with Titan and was repurposed for Astoria, among others.
-How Mr. Marlowe thought you were an idiot because you rented your residence instead of owning it. He did have some insights that were... interesting for those who might move to his home.
-Choosing the designer for the lobby & amenities areas for Astoria and Arabella based on their work for Christian Louboutin stores. Reasonably certain the design budget for both of those projects were blown solely on those spaces.
The final designs are generally not something I'd hope for, but I always bake that into the cake when I see a pitch from his company - so I'm never really that disappointed. That began after we all realized that the Cosmo wasn't going to get that waterfall thing fronting Post Oak. I was pleasantly surprised with Chateau Ten though. Arabella even to some extent, even after the changes.
Who knows what will come of this? I'm sure it'll be... something.
I think that's about all of us can expect at this point. "Something".
Apologies for the tangent.