We’ve announced 8 categories so far in the 2009 Swamplot Awards for Houston Real Estate: Grocery Store of the Year, Neighborhood of the Year, Most Overappreciated Neighborhood, Most Underappreciated Neighborhood, The “Only in Houston” Award, Best Teardown of the Year, Best Vacancy, and Favorite Houston Design Cliché. What’s left to cover?
We’re down to the last category — which may be the hardest one to fill. What was the Greatest Moment in Houston Real Estate of 2009? This year we had no newly shuttered stadiums, no hurricanes blowing through, no expensive new parks opening Downtown.
And yet Swamplot is dedicated to covering great moments in Houston real estate. That’s why we’re here. Did we miss a few this year? Browse through the site if it’ll help you to draw up a list of contenders; or raid your own memory banks. Then tell us what moment deserves this recognition.
- Previous award categories: Now Collecting Your Nominations for Houston Grocery Store of the Year, Houston Neighborhood of the Year: What Are Our Choices?, Your Nominations for the Most Overappreciated Houston Neighborhood, Which Houston Neighborhood Is the Most Underappreciated?, Your Nominations for the “Only in Houston” Award, Best Teardown of the Year? Make Your Nominations!, Your Nominations Please: Best Vacancy, Now Accepting Nominations: Favorite Houston Design Cliché
- The Swamplot Awards for Houston Real Estate 2009: How To Make a Nomination [Swamplot]
- Swamplot Award Nominations 2009 [Swamplot]