- JLL: Sublease Deals Had Highest Share of Houston Leasing Activity on Record in 2017 [Houston Chronicle]
- 3.3M SF Worth of Warehouse Space Broke Ground in Fourth Quarter of 2017, Finds CBRE [Realty News Report]
- Kirby Collection Adds 3 More Retail Tenants [HBJ]
- New Montrose Restaurant Night Heron Under Construction in Former Lowbrow Space [Culturemap]
- Longtime Baytown Business C&D Grocery and Bakery Destroyed by Fire [Houston Chronicle]
- A Breakdown of Each Metro Board Member’s Bus and Light Rail Use [Houston Chronicle]
- Texas Likely To Get $209M in Volkswagen Emissions Settlement [HBJ ($)]
- Houston City Council Again Delays Consideration of $37M Recycling Deal [Houston Chronicle]
- 4 Major Questions About Recovery 4 Months After Harvey [The Texas Tribune]
- Houstonians Petition for I-45 ‘Be Someone’ Graffiti To Be Made Protected Landmark [Click2Houston]
- Houston Astros World Series Mural In Progress in the Heights [Houston Chronicle]
- How ‘Not in My Backyard’ Became ‘Not in My Neighborhood’ [New York Times]
Photo of Discovery Green: Russell Hancock via Swamplot Flickr Pool
Be Someone Static.
Graffiti as a landmark? Building owners should be wary of letting anyone apply this kind of thing to their walls: some property rights may be lost.
Does anyone understand if/when glass is going to be added back to curbside recycling?