• Stronger Suburbs

    Houston’s suburbs must share innovations, successes and lessons learned to ensure prosperity HOUSTON – (Nov. 17, 2016) – Houston’s suburbs must share innovations, successes and lessons learned from mistakes to ensure long-term prosperity, according to a new study commissioned by Urban Land Institute – Houston (ULI … Read More

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  • The 2016 Annual Report

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Vote now for our 2017 10th Anniversary People’s Choice Award Our finalists for the Anniversary People’s Choice Award are drawn from our decade of distinctive developements Voting Ends Dec. 15! Winners will be announced at our Gala on Jan. 24.     VOTE NOW

Urban Land Institute Featured on Houston…

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Findings from a report conducted by the Urban Land institute were the recent topic for a radio segment on Houston Public Media. Ed McMahon, Urban Land Institute – Houston member, spoke on the program about the study “Active Transportation and Real Estate: The Next Frontier,” … Read More

Community Revitalization Through HUD Choice…

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Community revitalization is a hot topic in urban planning, as major metropolitan areas are increasingly finding it necessary to address long-neglected areas in the urban core. While gentrification is oftentimes seen as a way to improve urban areas, this development often happens organically and leaves … Read More

Research Symposium Delivers New Insights…

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Gentrification is a growing concern for many urban-core neighborhoods nationwide, including those in the Houston area. Gentrification refers to the movement of higher-income groups into previously low-income areas. The concern stems from the idea that rising demand for housing in gentrifying neighborhoods leads to a … Read More