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Whole Foods' 365 concept coming to city

houstonchronicle.com — Austin-based Whole Foods Market is bringing its new grocery concept of lower-priced products targeted to millennial shoppers to a site along the North Loop near the trendy Heights and Garden Oaks/Oak Forest neighborhoods. The store, 365 by Whole Foods Market, is expected to be the first of its kind in Texas.

Whole Foods to open new concept near the Heights

chron.com — Austin-based Whole Foods plans to open one of its new concept stores - 365 by Whole Foods Market - at the northeast corner of Yale and Loop 610 near the popular Garden Oaks/greater Heights neighborhoods.
Jul 30, 2015

Whole Foods to open new concept near the Heights chron.com/business/artic… via @houstonchron

Whole Foods to open new concept near the Heights

blog.chron.com — Austin-based Whole Foods plans to open one of its new concept stores - 365 by Whole Foods Market - at the northeast corner of Yale and Loop 610 near the popular Garden Oaks/greater Heights neighborhoods.

Historic Midtown building to be redeveloped for veterans

blog.chron.com — A group is seeking to turn a two-story Midtown building constructed in 1922 into a facility serving formerly homeless veterans. A entity named "4600 Main Street Housing LP" is seeking variances, including a zero-foot building setback, from the city of Houston's Planning and Development Department for the project, which would convert the building and add a third story.

Weingarten Realty so far not feeling oil's impact

houstonchronicle.com — Weingarten Realty Investors executives delivered an upbeat report Wednesday morning on the company's shopping center business, expressing confidence specifically in the Houston market where falling crude prices are slamming the upstream oil industry. "There's certainly no panic in Houston.

Developer lands financing for luxury apartments near Hermann Park

blog.chron.com — A developer has received a $37.5 million construction loan for a luxury apartment project it has been planning near the Museum District. The above rendering show's Tema Development's Capella Museum District , a 224-unit, 7-story complex slated for 1699 Hermann Drive near Jackson Street. Completion is expected in late 2016.

Weingarten Realty posts Q2 earnings

blog.chron.com — Houston-based Weingarten Realty Investors posted second-quarter profit of $25.2 million, or 20 cents per diluted share, compared with 32.7 million, or 27 cents per share, for the same period a year ago. The decline is due primarily to the write-off of redemption costs, the real estate investment trust said Tuesday.

HPD: Woman dies in police custody

chron.com — A 29-year-old white female died in police custody Sunday afternoon, according to the Houston Police Department. The woman was arrested by HPD officers who were responding to a disturbance at a business in northwest Houston.

Teen escapes police custody in downtown

chron.com — A 17-year-old who had been arrested for engaging in organized criminal activity escaped police custody around 5 a.m. Sunday. Jorge Mendez, 17, was being transferred from the Houston Police Department jail to the Harris County jail in downtown when he escaped, said HPD spokesman Kese Smith.

New plan brewing for EaDo coffee building

houstonchronicle.com — For years the five-story red brick building just east of downtown, visible by all who travel U.S. 59 near the convention center, was a neglected eyesore amid a resurgence of development around it.
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Jul 31, 2015

RT @LauraKusisto: Apartment and condo construction vaults New York past Houston for building permits on.wsj.com/1De87Qt via @WSJecon

Jul 30, 2015

@Shell axing thousands of job, joining @BP_plc and @Chevron as oil producers grapple with a 50% crude prices slump fuelfix.com/blog/2015/07/3…

Jul 29, 2015

Hendrix: "The increase in population & the increase in jobs over last sev years is increasing." Pent-up demand that hasn’t been satisfied.

Jul 29, 2015

@WeingartenRlty COO Johnny Hendrix: "There’s certainly no panic in Houston. There’s not a sense of a recession."

Jul 29, 2015

@WeingartenRlty COO on impact of low oil prices: "Obviously it’s something that one would expect, but today it hasn’t hit us."

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