Category: Neighborhoods

Titan Homes to expand to new Houston neighborhoods!

Titan Homes has specialized in building detached townhomes in the greater Heights area since the company was founded 12 years ago. The high-end Houston homebuilder has built nearly 150 Mediterranean-style homes in Shady Acres. The builder has spent the past five years, perfecting its current three-bedroom, three-and-a-half bathroom floor plan, which features luxury finishes like [...]

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New Listing in Rice Military Coming Soon! 3 Bedroom/3 Bath Townhome

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The Galleria turns into Santa’s Workshop!

What: M.D. Anderson Children’s Cancer Hospital‘s Little Galleria Breakfast with Santa. Where: The Galleria. The 411: Carolers sang holiday favorites and Santa accepted Christmas wishes when the cancer center and the Galleria teamed up to make things merry and bright for both young and old attending this start-to-the-day fundraiser. Kiddos got to test their talents with LEGOs, decorate Mickey [...]

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Field Of Lights covers Discovery Green!

Even the weekend’s evening showers, lightening and thunder could not dampen the glow of British artist Bruce Munro‘s Field of Light,which fills the Discovery Green oak alley with an incandescent garden of luminous orbs in an ever-changing array of gentle colors. This not-to-be-missed iconic optical fiber installation, which has traveled the world in various forms, each site specific, will light the majestic [...]

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Updated Bungalow in Trendy Houston Neighborhood!

Owning a classic Craftsman-style home dovetailed with the owner’s insight as principal at a local award-winning architectural firm to maintain and update the structure being mindful of its historic fabric, as well as add a complementary freestanding structure in back. The house, located at 1507 Hawthorn St. in Montrose’s Mandell Place, is now for sale at $592,000. Walk through A [...]

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New Heights Development is all about the power of Porches!

One minute, you’re sitting on your front porch, interacting with neighbors enjoying the same leisurely pastime on a quiet, tree-lined street. The next, you’re in the the hustle-bustle of Houston’s downtown work scene. That’s the vision of Porch Street on Adele in East Sunset Heights, a development now under construction with the goal of offering vibrant urban living paired with [...]

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Walking Westheimer Might be Better than Walking Washington

Washington really took off in the last few years as the most popular nighttime destination in Houston. Some say the bloom is off the flower when it comes to the Washington scene and seek out smaller pockets of culture to enjoy after the sun goes down. One of these pockets is on Westheimer just west [...]

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Can’t Win ‘Em All

After years of legalities and bright yellow signs, it seems the controversy over the Ashby high-rise project has come to an end. Mayor Annise Parker recently announced that the city had exhausted all legal channels of banishing the project and that it would go forward. Needless to say, the front lines of the Stop the [...]

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Neighborhood Crash Course: Medical Center

Houstonians have many reasons to be thankful for the Texas Medical Center near downtown Houston. Not only does the center provide convenient access to some of the best medical technology, research, and treatment as the largest medical center in the world, it’s also a primary source of great jobs and helps Houston maintain it’s position [...]

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Neighborhood Crash Course: Upper Kirby

Upper Kirby is one of the newer neighborhood designations in Houston. But what it lacks in age it makes up for in glamour. This extension of Houston’s prestigious River Oaks neighborhood boasts high end shopping, location overload, some of the city’s big name restaurants. As an offshoot of River Oaks, I don’t need to paint [...]

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