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Real Estate Reporter — Houston Chronicle
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Real estate reporter and blogger for http://www.houstonchronicle.com and http://www.chron.com

Hotel outlook positive, but oil downturn tests demand

houstonchronicle.com — The collapse in oil prices is putting a slight damper on the local hotel market at a time when the supply of new properties is ramping up, but industry experts said Wednesday they expect the softness will be short-lived.

River Oaks senior housing projects gets $50 million for construction

blog.chron.com — A senior housing developer has received a $49.7 million construction loan to start a project in the River Oaks area that neighbors recently had attempted to stop. The Village of River Oaks will be a 195-unit senior housing community located at 1015 S, Shepherd Dr., near the intersection of South Shepherd and Allen Parkway.

Organizers criticize city’s residential incentive program

blog.chron.com — Organizers rallied in downtown's Market Square Park Monday morning to protest the city's policy on financial incentives for residential developers, claiming the program subsidizes high-end resident...

Houston ranks in top 5 “green building” markets

blog.chron.com — Houston ranked no. 5 on a list of the country's "greenest" office markets in the United States, falling one spot from last year, according to the Green Building Adoption Index , a joint project of CBRE Group Inc. and Maastricht University.

The once open Rice lobby now a private space

houstonchronicle.com — Houston news Since the historic Rice Hotel re-opened as a high-end apartment building in the late 1990s, the property's soaring lobby often served as a gathering place for not only the building's tenants but for downtown workers who would walk through after eating at one of the adjoining restaurants, meet a colleague for coffee or just stop in to see rare example of Houston preservation.

Affordable Care Act driving real estate development

blog.chron.com — Recent growth in development of medical facilities is in part a result of the Affordable Care Act, which the Supreme Court backed a key element of today .

Capital markets experts discuss global trends in Houston

blog.chron.com — An influx of new investors are buying commercial office properties, putting upward pressure on prices and making bidding more competitive, experts said Wednesday at a real estate conference hosted by NAIOP, the Commercial Real Estate Development Association. Foreign investors, particularly from the Asia Pacific region, have been active, said T.

Developer to pour foundation for downtown office tower

blog.chron.com — The developer planning Capitol Tower, the 35-story office building slated for downtown's former Houston Club building site, is planning to pour the foundation for the structure next month, but as of now, there are no plans to to construct the tower portion of the project. So what's with all the construction on the property?

Energy Corridor lease a win for both tenant and landlord

houstonchronicle.com — An engineering and construction company involved in the downstream sector of the energy industry has signed a sizeable lease for new office space in the Energy Corridor, marking a bright spot in this west Houston office market that's been plagued by weak demand and a growing amount of space coming onto the market from companies who no longer need it.

IHI to relocate to new Energy Corridor digs

blog.chron.com — IHI E&C, an engineering and construction company serving the energy industry, has signed a lease to occupy 158,050 square feet of office space in West Memorial Place II, a 14-story building under construction in the Energy Corridor.
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Jul 01, 2015

RT @erinmulvaney: Here's where bicyclists and walkers in Houston get hit by vehicles. Hint: It's pretty much everywhere #hounews houstonchronicle.com/news/houston-t…

Jun 30, 2015

@GHPartnership revises down #Houston's job forecast to between 20k and 30k from 62,900 late last year. #Economy

Jun 30, 2015

Critics say Houston's residential incentive program furthers city's economic segregation blog.chron.com/primeproperty/… @HoustonChron @TXOrgProject

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