Economic development professionals talk a lot about creating jobs, strengthening neighborhoods and stimulating business. If an economy is to be built to sustain families across the nation, housing opportunities must be included as part of economic development.
New construction will create 149 affordable rental apartments
February 6, 2023
The NHP Foundation, a national not-for-profit provider of affordable housing, announced Jan. 19 that it has finalized the lease of land from Magnificat Houses Inc. in order to build 149 housing units for those experiencing homelessness in Houston. The new apartments at 3300 Caroline will be known as RoseMary’s Place.
Haven at Treeline in Tomball, Texas, begins pre-leasing in summer 2024
February 2, 2023
Ascendant Development, a luxury apartment and student housing investor, developer and general contractor, announced that it has broken ground on its latest project, Haven at Treeline, a 231-unit, luxury garden-style community located at 17748 N Eldridge Pkwy in Tomball, Texas.
Focused on reducing patients’ stress, the new psychiatric hospital prioritizes the healing benefits for acoustic comfort, daylight and access to nature
January 8, 2023
The John S. Dunn Behavioral Sciences Center at UTHealth Science Center’s Houston Continuum Care Campus celebrated its grand opening in March 2022. Built in partnership with the Texas Health and Human Services Commission, the new 253,000-square-foot, 264-bed facility is the first public psychiatric hospital Texas has opened in 25 years.
Providing a collaborative, effective and sustainably designed workspace for Waste Management Inc.’s nearly 2,000 Houston-area employees, its new headquarters has earned U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED v4 Platinum for Commercial Interiors.
Ninth grade can be a challenge for students in districts with middle school or K-8 class groupings. The move up to a high school building comes with greater academic demands, new routines of rotating through classes and adjusting to a new social environment.
Originally, Dupree and Fairbanks worked for several local contractors throughout the Houston area and belonged to the Lathers Local 224. Between the two of them, they saw the potential of opening their own company.