- Brookfield Property Partners Adds To Downtown Portfolio with Purchase of Houston Center [Houston Chronicle]
- Texas Ranks Second Behind North Carolina on Forbes’s Best States for Business List [HBJ]
- Greater Houston Partnership Launches New Resilience Task Force To Address Flood Challenges [HBJ ($)]
- Developers of The Woodlands Used Deceptive Techniques To Lift Lots Out Of Flood Zones [New York Times]
- Bayou Greenways Project Sees Increased Support After Harvey [Houston Chronicle ($)]
- BB&T Scott & Stringfello Opens First Houston Office Downtown in 2 Allen Center [HBJ]
- Steakhouse Doris Metropolitan Opens in Former Triniti Restaurant Space on Shepherd [Eater Houston]
- In-N-Out Burger Pausing Plans for Westheimer Restaurant, Exploring Other Houston Locations [Click2Houston; previously on Swamplot]
- Lady Gaga Does Some Demo Work at Harvey-Damaged Houston Home [abc13]
- New Law May Make It ‘Almost Impossible’ for Texas Cities To Annex Land [Houston Public Media]
- Wind Power Capacity Has Surpassed Coal in Texas [Texas Monthly]
Photo of Travis St. opposite Market Sq.: Marc Longoria via Swamplot Flickr Pool
Not surprised about In-N-Out. Guessing they did a closer look at the area and didn’t find the demographics favorable.
Re: In-N-Out…”Too early to talk about potential In-N-Out locations in Houston”. Too early??!!! Wha?? When all other major Texas metros already have had In-N-Outs going on what, almost 4-5 years now and it’s “too early” for Houston? What exactly have they been doing all this time? I’m perplexed by their sloppy lack of enthusiasm opening in the Houston market, dare I say it’s become borderline insulting and this is coming from someone who isn’t even a big fan of In-N-Out like I know so many are.