- Museum District Condo Project Mondrian Set To Top Out Next Month [HBJ ($)]
- Meridiana Development in Manvel/Iowa Colony Area Opens Second Phase [Houston Chronicle]
- Avison Young: Houston, Dallas, Austin, San Antonio All Poised for Real Estate Growth This Year [Realty News Report]
- Houston Included in Yardi Matrix Report of 10 Markets That Will Be Flooded With New Apartment Supply This Year [Bisnow]
- Commercial Building Permit Values Fall 17% in Houston Despite Harvey Repairs [Bisnow]
- Temple Oaks Baptist Church in Garden Oaks Sells All of Its Property to Commercial Developer [The Leader]
- B&B Butchers Owner Benjamin Berg on Track To Open Upscale Restaurant Called the Benjamin in The Star by the Fall [HBJ; previously on Swamplot]
- Vegan Food Truck Ripe Cuisine Planning Brick-and-Mortar Location at Heights Waterworks [Eater Houston; previously on Swamplot]
- Survey Underway To Count the Homeless Population Within the Loop [abc13]
- Metro Considers Expanding Park and Ride Service in Both Directions [Houston Public Media]
- Excerpt from the New Book Power Moves: Transportation, Politics, and Development in Houston [The Urban Edge]
- Inside the New Amazon Go Cashierless Convenience Store in Seattle [Recode]
Photo of Discovery Green: Marc Longoria via Swamplot Flickr Pool
Do not, I repeat, do not feed the trolls…
I second that.
Regarding the Amazon store, Walmart already does something similar to this in Austin and is rolling out to more stores.
Walk in, scan with your phone, and walk out.
All of the “Houston has been building too many new apartments” trolls have been thoroughly pre-empted thanks to someone’s quick thinking.
B & B Butchers’ owner Benjamin Berg should open a Bork.