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This Week’s Houston Deal Sheet
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This Week’s Houston Deal Sheet

Fahra International Inc. purchased Inwood Forest Shopping Center at 5700-46 West Little York Road in the northwest Houston submarket. The 89.2K SF,...

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Senior Housing Facilities Battle Higher Costs, Slowdown In New Occupants Amid Pandemic
News 3 days ago
Senior Housing Facilities Battle Higher Costs, Slowdown In New Occupants Amid Pandemic

The senior housing sector has faced the particularly difficult challenge of providing housing, healthcare and services to one of the most...

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The Shift To Remote Work Could Encourage More Suburban Satellite Offices
News 3 days ago
The Shift To Remote Work Could Encourage More Suburban Satellite Offices

The days of most employees commuting to a regular office five days a week could be over. Over the past two months, many businesses have been forced...

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6 Houston Projects To Watch In 2020
News 5 days ago
6 Houston Projects To Watch In 2020

The coronavirus pandemic has disrupted regular activity across most of Houston's economy, but one sector has still been able to operate as an...

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This Week’s Houston Deal Sheet
News 1 week ago
This Week’s Houston Deal Sheet

McCord Development acquired 201.2 acres from an affiliate of Exelon Generation Co. to expand its Generation Park master-planned development in...

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Value-Add Deals On Hold As Investors Weigh Rental Income Risk
News 1 week ago
Value-Add Deals On Hold As Investors Weigh Rental Income Risk

The swift economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic pulled the brakes on a wide range of real estate transactions around the country. Value-add...

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Houston’s Population Growth Will Slow In The Short-Term, Curbing Multifamily Demand
News 1 week ago
Houston’s Population Growth Will Slow In The Short-Term, Curbing Multifamily Demand

Houston's Population Growth Will Slow In The Short-Term, Curbing Multifamily Demand Houston is among several U. S. metros expected to see a...

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About One-Quarter Of Energy Corridor Office Space Is Available, And That Will Grow
News 1 week ago
About One-Quarter Of Energy Corridor Office Space Is Available, And That Will Grow

Houston's Energy Corridor experienced a major economic shock during the 2014-2016 oil downturn, when the energy industry shed more than 90,000 jobs...

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16 Questions With Avison Young Principal Todd Mason
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16 Questions With Avison Young Principal Todd Mason

This series profiles men and women in commercial real estate who have profoundly transformed our neighborhoods and reshaped our cities, businesses...

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This Week’s Houston Deal Sheet
News 2 weeks ago
This Week’s Houston Deal Sheet

The building was designed by Identity Architects, and the first floor will cater to retail and restaurant tenants while the second floor will have...

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Houston Multifamily Development Faces ‘Hard Stop’ For The Next Year Or Two
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Houston Multifamily Development Faces ‘Hard Stop’ For The Next Year Or Two

A new multifamily development in Houston could face a prolonged recovery compared with other major markets in the U. S., as the city struggles with...

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Important Tool Or 'Poor Public Policy'? Property Tax-Exempt Affordable Housing Structure Under Fire
News 2 weeks ago
Important Tool Or 'Poor Public Policy'? Property Tax-Exempt Affordable Housing Structure Under Fire

Building affordable housing in Houston has always been challenging, but it could potentially get even more complicated as the public spotlight...

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Axiom Space Signs Clear Lake Office Lease
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Axiom Space Signs Clear Lake Office Lease

Houston-based startup Axiom Space has signed a 31.3K SF lease at 1290 Hercules Ave., the largest leasing deal in the Clear Lake submarket since the...

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Stage Stores Files For Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Protection
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Stage Stores Files For Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Protection

Houston-based Stage Stores filed for voluntary Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection Sunday, another retail casualty of the economic fallout caused by...

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This Week’s Houston Deal Sheet
News 3 weeks ago
This Week’s Houston Deal Sheet

MLG Capital purchased The Belvedere Springwoods Village, a Class-A apartment community in the mixed-use community of Springwoods Village, at 2323...

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David Wolff On Staying In the Black And Future Growth Opportunities In Houston
News 3 weeks ago
David Wolff On Staying In the Black And Future Growth Opportunities In Houston

Houston has been David Wolff's playground for more than 50 years. In that time, he's seen plenty of economic downturns and hard times, but has...

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A Wave Of Industrial Properties Are About To Deliver, With Nobody Ready To Fill Them
News 3 weeks ago
A Wave Of Industrial Properties Are About To Deliver, With Nobody Ready To Fill Them

Houston's industrial market is frequently touted as one of the most robust property types in the city. The market has long benefited from the...

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Deal-Making Continues As Landlords And Lenders Go Digital
News 3 weeks ago
Deal-Making Continues As Landlords And Lenders Go Digital

The coronavirus has forced landlords and lenders alike to embrace new ways of doing business. Continuing social distancing measures mean that...

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Shoppers Begin To Trickle Back To Houston’s Retail Centers
News 3 weeks ago
Shoppers Begin To Trickle Back To Houston’s Retail Centers

Retail stores, shopping malls, restaurants and movie theaters around Houston opened their doors to customers on May 1, as Texas Gov. Greg Abbott's...

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Lyric Market Names New Operator
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Lyric Market Names New Operator

Lyric Market has tapped food hall management company Hospitality HQ to serve as its new operator. Hospitality HQ will oversee all management and...

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Planning for the Next Phase of Real Estate. Register here.
News 1 month ago
Planning for the Next Phase of Real Estate. Register here.

Multifamily is traditionally considered a stable investment. However, thanks to the coronavirus and an uncertain economic future, Houston has found...

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This Week’s Houston Deal Sheet
News 1 month ago
This Week’s Houston Deal Sheet

An undisclosed buyer purchased The Loop Apartments, a 188-unit, Class-A luxury apartment community at 3400 Loop 336 in Conroe. The property was...

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More People Are Looking To Move To Houston Than To Leave It
News 1 month ago
More People Are Looking To Move To Houston Than To Leave It

Houston may be looking at continued net in-migration from renters, though as the local economy sours, that could change. More people were looking...

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Nearly 1 In 5 Texas Restaurants Forced To Close Because Of Coronavirus
News 1 month ago
Nearly 1 In 5 Texas Restaurants Forced To Close Because Of Coronavirus

The coronavirus pandemic forced 19% of Texas restaurants to close permanently between March 19 and April 6, an online survey conducted by the Texas...

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This Week’s Houston Deal Sheet
News 1 month ago
This Week’s Houston Deal Sheet

Sentinel Peak Capital Partners acquired Lakebridge Apartments, a 272-unit garden-style apartment community in north Houston. Lakebridge Apartments...

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Houston’s Affordable Housing Problem Is Going To Intensify
News 1 month ago
Houston’s Affordable Housing Problem Is Going To Intensify

The need for affordable housing in Houston is about to become more acute, as hundreds of thousands of people across the state find themselves out...

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Hines Urges Shareholders To Reject Offer To Sell Shares In REIT At Big Discount
News 1 month ago
Hines Urges Shareholders To Reject Offer To Sell Shares In REIT At Big Discount

Hines has told the shareholders of a REIT it manages to reject an offer to sell its shares to a new investor at a steep discount to their current...

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Despite Energy Sector Pain, Houston’s Robust Chemical Industry Offers CRE Opportunities
News 1 month ago
Despite Energy Sector Pain, Houston’s Robust Chemical Industry Offers CRE Opportunities

Houston's commercial real estate sector, and particularly the industrial submarket, is expected to benefit from the anticipated growth of the...

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Houston’s Smaller Coworking Firms Grapple With The Coronavirus
News 1 month ago
Houston’s Smaller Coworking Firms Grapple With The Coronavirus

Houston's first female-focused coworking space, Sesh Coworking, opened its doors in early February. Only seven weeks later, the company was forced...

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Houston’s Industrial Sector Will Recover Faster And Outperform The Rest Of CRE
News 1 month ago
Houston’s Industrial Sector Will Recover Faster And Outperform The Rest Of CRE

Houston's industrial sector is expected to outperform all other major sectors of the commercial real estate market this year, as businesses begin...

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