Here comes the eighth nominating category — out of a total of 10 — in the Swamplot Awards for Houston Real Estate. And this is a hefty one: The Most Fattening Real Estate Development of 2008.
Houston is big, but clearly it’s nowhere near big enough yet. Which is why fattening real estate developments are so important to our local economy. A fattened Houston might refer to the city’s geographical spread . . . or to some other variety of enlargement. Make your choice, and make your case!
The comments section below — and Swamplot’s inbox — are wide open for your nominations in this category. Stuff them with your suggestions!
- Previous award categories: Neighborhood Guessing Game Guessing Game: Who’s the Best Home Sleuth?, Now Accepting Nominations: It Could Only Have Happened in Houston, Your Nominations Wanted: Most Grandiose Development, Playing Dressup: Your Nominations for Best Rebranding Effort?, Your Nominations for Best Teardown of the Year, Nominations Now Open: Best Project Cancellation or Delay, Your Nominations Please: Favorite Houston Design Cliché
- The Swamplot Awards for Houston Real Estate: How To Make a Nomination [Swamplot]
- Swamplot Award Nominations 2008 [Swamplot]