‘There aren’t that many sellers’ in Houston’s sturdy industrial market

As institutional capital turns its eye toward Houston’s industrial market, a growing number of longer-term owners may slim the list of available industrial properties around town. “There aren’t that many sellers,” said Jim Foreman, executive director at Cushman & Wakefield, speaking generally about the Houston industrial market. “A lot of stuff is institutionally owned by the REITS […]

Austin construction activity strong, but not as robust as other U.S. cities

Views in every direction across the Austin metro area seem to tell a story of unprecedented construction activity — and there are hundreds of projects underway. In the Aug. 11 weekly edition, I survey some new developments that may have escaped detection because of their location or modest stories. Click to read more at Austin […]

Two Gulf Coast cities beat out Houston as best places to retire

Two cities a short drive from Houston have been named among the top 10 places to retire nationally, according to a new report. Zumper, an online marketplace for apartments, analyzed data from the U.S. Census Bureau, the FBI, NOAA and the company’s own rental database to create a rubric that graded 117 U.S. cities on factors such […]

Port of Houston to invest $333M through 2018

There’s a corner of Houston that’s driving industrial development, hundreds of millions of dollars in capital projects and keeping the city’s economy upright amid a prolonged oil slump. Soon, it’s expected to benefit from a major boost in export volume. Port of Houston expects to invest $333 million in capital projects throughout 2017 and 2018, […]

CREW Dallas – July 2017 Luncheon

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BOMA Dallas – TOBY Awards 2017

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