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  1. https://www.loopnet.com/Listing/4545-Beechnut-St-Houston-TX/18710621/ Sits behind the Lowes.
  2. The city of Houston has moved from BETA(+) to ALPHA(-) according to the Globalization and World Cities Research Network (GaWC). That's 6 spots higher to Number 35 in the World. ALPHA Class cities are defined as; cities that are highly integrated areas, filling advanced service needs. The index ranks cities’ current performance based on a number of metrics, including business activity, human capital, information exchange, political engagement and cultural experience. Houston has seen close to 700 different announcements in the region over the last 10 years of foreign firms saying they are going to invest in Houston. Things that bode well for the future of Houston, we are getting more interest from firms overseas investing or visiting or somehow doing business in Houston. Global Rankings for US Cities: ALPHA (++) = New York City ALPHA (+) = 0 ALPHA = Chicago, Los Angeles, Miami ALPHA (-) = San Francisco, Houston, Washington D.C. BETA (+) = Boston, Atlanta, Dallas BETA = Denver, Minneapolis, Philadelphia BETA (-) = Seattle https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Globalization_and_World_Cities_Research_Network
  3. Odd location for something like this, but I guess they see something in it. This is all the way out in Cypress. Plans are for a large scale mixed use development. Developer: i3 + Edge Realty + Transwestern Architect: Identity Architects + Landology More from HBJ: https://www.bizjournals.com/houston/news/2019/07/17/houston-real-estate-co-developing-24-acre-mixed.html Images from article:
  4. https://www.virtualbx.com/construction-preview/24014-houston-s-hbdi-issues-rfq-to-redevelop-20-acre-mix-use-business-park.html http://www.hbdi.org/site/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/RFQ-HBDi-6-30-16.pdf
  5. Looks like a large mixed use coming to Humble https://www.chron.com/business/real-estate/article/Archway-Properties-starts-Park-Air-59-mixed-use-12481996.php
  6. http://t1dv.com/century-medical-center/
  7. Pearland shoppers push retail growth to top of 5-year charts By Carol Christian | January 17, 2013 | Updated: January 18, 2013 8:35am Anyone who drives in Pearland, or commutes to and from the south Houston suburb, knows the community is booming economically. A recent report by the Texas Retail Survey confirms that, for the five-year period between 2006 and 2011, Pearland was the state's fastest growing retail market, with a growth rate of 9.2 percent. In 2011, Pearland had nearly $962 million in retail sales, according to the survey. The 2011 report marks the third straight year that Pearland's retail growth over the preceding five years was the highest among the state's 50 largest retail markets. By comparison, the state's retail growth for the five years was 2.7 percent. In 2009, Pearland's retail growth rate for the prior five years was 17 percent, far surpassing Sugar Land at 4.4 percent and Houston at 4.3 percent. Pearland's shopping centers have contributed to that retail growth, said Matt Buchanan, Pearland Economic Development Corporation president. He cited four major retail developments, all near Texas 288 and FM 518: Pearland Town Center, Silverlake Village, the Crossing at 518 and Shadow Creek Ranch Town Center. Pearland's retail sales are driven by strong population growth, Buchanan said. The 2010 U.S. Census showed that Pearland, with more than 91,000 people, grew about 142 percent since the 2000 census. That spurt made it the nation's 15th fastest-growing city among cities with at least 10,000 people and the second fastest growing city in Texas, Buchanan said. "People need places to shop and eat," he said. "It's a natural progression of the growth the community has seen for these retail numbers to play out the way they have." In the Houston metropolitan area, only Houston and Pasadena now have larger populations than Pearland, Buchanan said. He credited the population growth to the community's quality of life, with its good schools and a location convenient to various jobs in the region. The retail growth is not happening in a vacuum, noted Brad Lybrand, a land broker with TGB Croswell. "Importantly, in Pearland, it's not just the retail component," he said. "The medical component is also on fire." For example, he said, Kelsey-Seybold is building a corporate campus that will have about 1,200 employees and a separate medical office building, he said. HCA has announced construction of a $70 million hospital at Shadow Creek Parkway and Texas 288, Lybrand said. All this activity is drawing restaurants, with "many more coming," Lybrand said. In 2011, Houston ranked No. 10 among the 50 largest markets, with a 4.1 percent annual average retail growth rate over five years. Other Houston-area cities in the top 50 included Sugar Land at 2.6 percent; Pasadena, 2.3 percent; Conroe, 1.3 percent; and Baytown, 1.2 percent. Dallas was No. 44 with zero average growth in the period, according to Texas Retail Survey. http://www.chron.com...-of-4203343.php
  8. Ok you guys as I was headed toward Houston today, I saw this tower (currently on the 2nd floor and I sorta knew that somethng was being built there) but, I don't know how it will look when completed.... Its kind of ironic how the Galveston County Daily News did a story on this today though, they even have a pic. Photo by Kevin M. Cox So, can someone find a rendering and more infomation on this please? _________ Also two more towers are going up (possibly) right on the side of the feeder road near Nasa Road 1 in Clear Lake. They had a rendering and a "coming soon" sign on the site (before Ike now its gone) but, nothing happened for a while. Now today there were some equipment on the site. All I can say is when they had the renderings up for this, it was two towers, blueish/greenish glass and somewhere between 4-6 floors (maybe more, maybe less). Can someone find more information on this as well?
  9. A groundbreaking for Spring Creek Medical Center took place recently, officially marking the beginning of construction of the new medical office building and ambulatory surgery center at Canyon Gate Road and Northpointe Boulevard along Texas 249. The 22,000-square-foot medical center is scheduled to open early 2006. It will house 10,000 square feet of medical office space and a 12,000-square-foot surgery center. The surgery center, Spring Creek Surgery Center, will include four state-of-the-art operating suites and three procedure rooms.
  10. This is good news... Christus St. Jospeh's Hospital will be constructing an 8 story professional office building called Medical Place Two. It will be built at 1804 Austin near the corner of Caroline on a surface lot! It will be connected to the hospital building as well as to the Medical Place One Tower by a skybridge. The building will be just 80,000 square feet but anything is better than a surface lot, especially a solid employer like St. Joe's! (I was born there) Along with the announced 15 story tower (Midtown Medical Center) just across the Pierce Elevated, this area will be seeing some nice construction in the next few months. The scheduled completion date for Medical Place Two is Spring 2006 so it should be breaking ground fairly soon.
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