- Avera Cos. To Develop 143-Acre Bayport Logistics Park in Pasadena [HBJ]
- KM Realty Proposing Mixed-Use Development on Fitzgerald Tract in Baytown Along I-10 [Bisnow]
- Griffin Partners Office Fund III Acquires 520 Post Oak Boulevard Near Memorial Park [Realty News Report]
- Historic Petroleum Building Downtown To Be Redeveloped into High-End Hotel [HBJ]
- Houston Apartment Occupancy Rose Above 92% for First Time Since October 2016, Finds Axiometrics [Houston Chronicle]
- Antone’s Famous Po’boys Planning Downtown, West Houston Locations [HBJ]
- Heights Restaurant Glass Wall Closes, New Concept To Open in the Space [Culturemap]
- Homelessness Down Slightly in Houston Area Since 2016 [Houston Chronicle]
- On the Hunt for Treasure Possibly Buried in Hermann Park 35 Years Ago [abc13]
- The 40 Safest Cities in Texas Right Now [Houston Chronicle]
Photo of Spring Branch: Russell Hancock via Swamplot Flickr Pool
Glad they are preserving the great southwest building. It would suck to see it replaced on the skyline with something big, glassy and soul-less.
The only good Antone’s are the 2 original Family owned locations, on Holcomb and the one on Kirby near NRG!!
Will someone please open up a Chuck E Cheese in the Heights. It’s becoming a drag having to drive out to Crosstimbers to the one next to the Dollar Tree.
I guess Swamplot has moved on to bums as their latest off-topic subject.
By the way, I don’t believe there is any way to get an accurate count so I’m going to file that report in the round file on the floor.
@Texmex01 Agreed! These are the only “original” locations and just taste better. Had a roast beef sandwich from the Kirby location yesterday. So good.