- Caldwell Building 1,200-Acre Residential Development for Seniors in Willis, Aiming for 2020 Opening [HBJ ($)]
- 5K SF River Oaks Home at 929 Kirby Under Foreclosure, Selling As-Is for $2.6M [Houston Chronicle]
- Marcus & Millichap Projects Houston Will Gain 125K New Residents, 110K New Jobs This Year [Culturemap]
- Gensler Moving Downtown Office from Pennzoil Place to 2 Houston Center at 909 Fannin St. [Houston Chronicle]
- New Food Hall Planned for 2645 N. Main Near White Oak Music Hall Will Feature Oui Eats, Good Dog, Double Trouble, Lantern by Ruggles [Eater Houston]
- Interfaith Ministries’ ‘Plaza of Respect’ Reflection Space Outside Midtown HQ at 3303 Main St. Opens Next Month [Culturemap; previously on Swamplot]
- Amazon Planning To Open Dozens of New, Non-Whole-Foods Grocery Stores Starting Later This Year [HBJ]
Photo of Battleship Texas: Marc Longoria via Swamplot Flickr Pool
125K new residents and 110K new jobs … I hope the 125K new residents includes infants and children who don’t expect to be taking any of the 110K new jobs.
What’s the difference between a food court and a food hall again? Is it the level of hipness?
re: 929 Kirby
No mention is made in the Chron article, but according to numerous sources (check the address on Google), this is the former home of Richard “Racehorse” Haynes.
As best as I can tell, food halls tend to be standalone and tend to have alcohol (and therefore are more likely to be open later in the evenings) and food courts tend to be in malls and do not have alcohol (and therefore tend to close early, sometimes only being open through lunch), but otherwise I can see no difference.