- National Property Holdings Planning 380,210-SF Industrial Project East of Houston [Houston Chronicle]
- 96-Unit Wilshire Condo Tower on Former Westcreek Apartments Site Has Just Over a Dozen Residences Remaining [Houstonia]
- Food Truck Flip ‘n Patties Opens First Brick-and-Mortar Location in the Energy Corridor [Eater Houston]
- Carmelo’s Ristorante Italiano on Memorial To Stay Open After All [Culturemap]
- Golden Bagels & Coffee Opening on White Oak Dr. in the Heights Next Week [Eater Houston; previously on Swamplot]
- Slideshow: Transportation Projects That Will Shape Houston in 2018 [Houston Chronicle]
- Why People Are Driving So Fast on Houston’s Roads [Houston Public Media]
Photo of River Oaks: Russell Hancock via Swamplot Flickr Pool
The Havens’ property tax for the “house” in the photo was over $300K last year. OMG
Awesome pic of the Mecom House. Thank God the Arnold’s haven’t torn it down yet. They seem bent on destroying every great house in RO and buiiding a horrid modern museum in their place.
finally someone is challenging the dominance of hot bagel. if hot bagel doesnt figure out a way to move people through their line faster, this new place is going to draw a lot of people away.
@Jonathan The Mecom House was torn down a few months ago. The mansion pictured is the Neal House.
Do your research his father, Mecom Sr. lived in the Neal House. The son owned the house that was torn down. Both by John Staub.