- Smithco Development, Mischer Investments Break Ground on HEB-Anchored Cypress Creek Plaza in Cypress [Realty News Report]
- Phase 3 of BLVD Place in Uptown in the Works, Will Look Just Like Phase 2 [HBJ]
- Gulf Coast Commercial Group Considering Building Stacked Big-Box Retail Development at Tarkett Site Near Downtown [Houston Chronicle; previously on Swamplot]
- A More Pronounced Slowdown May Be Materializing in Houston, Caution Macquarie Analysts [Business Insider]
- Cresa’s André Granello on the Current Office and Industrial Conditions in Houston [Realty News Report]
- What Houston Can Do To Create More Affordable Housing [HBJ]
- Japanese Dollar Store Daiso Planning To Open 50 New Stores in Texas Starting Primarily in Houston, Dallas/Fort Worth [Houston Chronicle]
- Pinkerton’s Barbecue Opening at 1504 Airline Drive in the Heights Area Early Next Year [Culturemap]
- Galveston City Council Approves $4.9M Contract To Install Long-Awaited Improvements on Seawall Blvd. [Galveston County Daily News ($)]
Photo of Sri Meenakshi Temple in Pearland: elnina via Swamplot Flickr Pool
Just park in the street and all over the neighborhood like Coltivare on White Oak.
Stacked big-box retail at the old Tarkett site? Not sure if better than Katyville, or just uber-Katyville. Maybe with stacked big-box we can finally get all of the suburban invaders crammed in there so we can have decent development in the rest of the area?
Re: A More Pronounced Slowdown May Be Materializing in Houston…
I don’t think this should come as a surprise, given that oil has plummeted from $100/barrel to roughly $40/barrel – and will continue to languish for a few years at least. Saudis are going to keep pumping, Iranian oil is going to come on the market, and Big Oil and remaining shale producers will produce at any cost to keep cash flow going.
If anything, this slowdown may finally cool off the crazy apartment building, ease rents for occupants, and slow our population boom.
Daiso needs to come ASAP.
Waiting on Uniqlo and Muji…