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Does anyone know where on Lake Houston this is? County envisions community for vets Lake Houston's the site of 91-unit development that will take 4 years to build By MIKE SNYDER HOUSTON CHRONICLE April 23, 2009, 9:21PM In an unusual venture for a public housing agency, the Harris County Housing Authority has purchased a 91-acre site on Lake Houston where it plans to develop a veteran-themed community of homes, businesses and patriotic memorials the agency hopes will attract visitors. The $165 million project, known as Patriots by the Lake, is contingent on the U.S. Department of Veterans Affa
SUNRISE SENIOR LIVING PURCHASES SITE IN TOWN CENTER... Sunrise Senior Living, an international operator of senior living communities, has purchased a 2.53-acre site in The Woodlands Town Center for construction of a 253,000-square-foot senior living condominium building, according to Dan Leverett, vice president, commercial for The Woodlands Development Company. more information
This is the sign for The Sterling which will be on Voss at San Felipe where the Chipotle strip center is now...first time I have seen the whole rendering for this...they have a sales center opening soon by Carabba's on Voss too it looks like...kinda boxy building, but an okay addition IMHO...if it happens. Sign: Beside Carabbas:
From the January 3, 2005 print edition Senior project stirs opposition Area residents contend county-backed complex will add to vacancy glut Allison Wollam Houston Business Journal A proposed apartment complex for senior citizens with low and moderate incomes has encountered opposition from residents concerned about the development's impact on their southwest Houston neighborhood. Developers Vernon and Elizabeth Young have applied to the Harris County Housing Finance Corp. for up to $15 million in tax-exempt bonds to build the Oak Tree Manor Apartments on the southeast corner of Fondren and F