The Star High Rise Downtown The Star High Rise is One of downtown Houston’s most iconic buildings, the historic Texaco Headquarters Building is being restored and converted to upscale apartments. This property should be ready by mid summer 2016 for move-ins.A rooftop amenity deck atop the new
The Catalyst Houston is being built now. It will be located downtown and is scheduled to be complete by Spring 2017. According to Ziegler Cooper, Architect, it will be a 28-story 361 unit apartment tower. It will be a full city block on the neartheast side of Houston's Central Business
River Oaks District to Expand with Hotel, Office Houston ChronicleThe developer of River Oaks District, Houston's newest mecca of high-end shopping, is planning to expand its mixed-use project onto adjacent land with a hotel, office building, additional residential units and more
The old Texaco building located at 111 Rusk in downtown Houston has been bought out by developers who plan to convert it into a sixteen story luxury high rise apartment. "This 410,000-square-foot property has been vacant since 1989, when the oil giant relocated to a new tower on the
The Carter (Courtesy of StreetLights Residential)Dallas-based StreetLights Residential, founded about three years ago by executives of Gables Residential, has broken ground on this 20-story apartment tower in the Museum District.The building, which will be called The Carter, will have 305
Name Changed to Vantage Med CenterDinerstein Companies will be building at the the intersection of Holcombe Blvd. and Cambridge St., just south of the bayou that forms the southern border of the official Texas Medical Center campus. The intersection, created with the construction of the
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Huge Fire Destroys Brand New Apartment Complex located on West Dallas and Montrose. This would have been the brand new Axis Luxury Apartments developed by JLB Partners.The Houston Fire Department waged war on a massive, five-alarm fire at an under construction apartment complex on West