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Evictions Halted: Camden’s COVID-19 Plan to Assist Residents in Its 56,000 Apartment Units

HOUSTON – (Realty News Report) – Camden Property Trust, a Houston-based multifamily REIT that owns 164 apartment communities with 56,000 units around the nation, is halting evictions for residents who have been financially impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Camden has closed its leasing offices to the public and is limiting in-person contact by offering virtual tours, online and phone support, ... Read More »

Stream Realty Partners Adds Industrial Tenant Rep Team in Houston

HOUSTON – (Realty News Report) – Stream Realty Partners is expanding its Houston industrial division with a tenant representation team led by Managing Director Tyler Maner. A number of real estate professionals will be hired for the industrial team, which will focus on representing tenants and owners that occupy industrial space. “We have seen a growing desire in the market, ... Read More »

Houston Retail Real Estate was Strong in 2019 — But What About 2020?

HOUSTON – (By Kyle Hagerty for Realty News Report) – Houston’s retail real estate sector may be as strong as it has ever been. CBRE reports 2019 was one of the strongest years on record for Houston’s retail real estate market, with occupancy remaining high, despite robust new construction. About 4.4 million SF of new retail-space was delivered in 2019, ... Read More »

Medical Properties 2020 – Q&A with Beth H. Young of Colliers International

HOUSTON – (Realty News Report) – Medicine is in the Houston real estate industry’s DNA – almost as much as energy is. With 1,345 total acres and $25 billion in GDP, the Texas Medical Center is the eighth largest Business District in the U.S. TMC’s campus encompasses 50 million developed square feet to say nothing of 9,200 total patient beds. ... Read More »

With Renovations Underway, GreenStreet Refinanced with $140 Million Loan

HOUSTON – (Realty News Report) – JLL has arranged a $140 million refinancing of GreenStreet, a 617,000-SF mixed use development in downtown Houston. JLL worked on behalf of the borrowers, Lionstone Investments and Midway to secure the loan, which was provided by Blackstone Real Estate Debt Strategies. GreenStreet, covering four blocks near the intersection of Fannin and Lamar, is undergoing ... Read More »

Storyhive Video Production Firm Redeveloping Eastwood Building

HOUSTON – (Realty News Report) – The Storyhive video production firm is redeveloping an Eastwood building at 4010 Canal St., located less than two miles east of downtown. The 15,000-SF building, which was recently  acquired by Storyhive, will be featured in the structure during the Eastwood Civic Association’s Annual Historic Home Tour this weekend on Oct. 19 and 20. Boutique ... Read More »

63 Warehouses Under Construction in Houston; More on the Way as Industrial Market Heats Up

HOUSTON – (Realty News Report) – Warehouse construction is surging in Houston as strong job growth, improving oil prices and the city’s emergence as a major distribution hub has energized the industrial real estate sector. Sixty-three major industrial buildings are currently under construction and more new space is on the way, according to a new report by the Avison Young ... Read More »

The Future of Downtown Houston’s Skyscrapers: Q&A with Tyler Garrett of Transwestern

HOUSTON – (Realty News Report) – Houston’s central business district’s office market has seen better times With 2 million square feet of sublease space on the market, the downtown availability rate is around 20 percent. In addition, new office towers such as Hines’ new office development on the former Houston Chronicle site will further increase pressure. But downtown still is ... Read More »

Houston Home Sales Move Past Hurricane Setback as Market Achieves Best November Ever

HOUSTON – (Realty News Report) – Houston home sales remained strong in November as the market shrugged off the shock of Hurricane Harvey and recorded the best November in Houston real estate history. The Houston Association of Realtors reported 6,184 single-family home sales in November, up 7.4 percent over November of 2016. Despite the hurricane, which damaged over 100,000 homes ... Read More »

Finding Answers To Houston’s Flooding Problems: Q&A with Patrick Phillips, Urban Land Institute Global CEO

HOUSTON – (Realty News Report) – Houstonians are looking for answers. More than 100,000 homes and hundreds of commercial properties, schools and public performance halls were inundated when Hurricane Harvey dumped 50 inches of rain on the city in late August. Where has Houston failed in managing its drainage system? Should residential development be allowed near flood-control reservoirs? Why is ... Read More »

New Hope Housing Prepares for Eastward Exodus After Selling Its Downtown Property to Astros Owner Jim Crane

HOUSTON — (By Dale King) – After selling its downtown property to Astros owner Jim Crane, New Hope Housing is preparing for an exodus to a new facility on the eastern edge of downtown Houston. Building the new 175-unit complex is just another step in the organization’s relentless drive to fulfill its mission. Nearly a quarter-century ago, New Hope Housing ... Read More »

Skanksa’s New Downtown Tower Solidifies Firm’s Houston Activity: Q&A with Skanska’s Matt Damborsky

HOUSTON – Bank of America is poised to become an anchor tenant in Skanska’s proposed Capitol Tower office building in downtown Houston, where vacancy rates have been rising and Hines is delivering a new 1 million SF tower in the first quarter. The Skanska site is bounded by Capitol, Rusk, Milam and Travis streets. The foundation for the new tower ... Read More »

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