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  • Houston Heats Up

    Houston—Legacy Partners just placed a big bet on Houston. This September, workers will start digging the foundation for Legacy at Memorial, a new 25-story high-rise overlooking Buffalo Bayou, the long park that lines Memorial Drive on its way downtown.

  • In praise of strong leaders

    As we approach the two-year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina hitting America’s Gulf Coast, there are lessons to be learned about housing, and about leadership.

  • Houston’s Young Guns

    Trammell Crow Residential’s development team in Houston may be young, but they’re hungry.

  • John F. Bos

    Principal of Bos Lighting Design in Houston, Texas, his professional experience has encompassed many aspects of design from architectural lighting design to theatrical scenery and lighting to industrial design to theatrical consultation.

  • Haunted hospital renovation brings artists’ inspirationto Houston

    Houston—Living in an abandoned, haunted hospital atop a pre-Civil War cemetery is something that, for most people, is the stuff nightmares are made of. But for the artists living in the renovated Jefferson Davis Hospital here and the residents in the surr

  • Texas uprising: Houston hospital remade into housingHurricane evacuees get a new start

    Houston -- After sitting empty for 20 long years, an old hospital with a rich past has been redeveloped into affordable housing. 

  • Nonprofit pioneers SRO housing in Houston

    Houston -- Unlike other big cities, Houston has never had much of a history when it comes to single-room occupancy (SRO) developments.

  • The full Monty

    When Affordable Housing Finance first reported on the appointment of Federal Housing Commissioner Brian Darrell Montgomery, we noted that the press release issued by the Department of Housing and Urban Development gave his employment history only since 19

  • Interview: Point of Focus

    GB General Contractors dodged a bullet when Rita roared to town. The second Category 5 hurricane of the record-breaking 2005 hurricane season moved north, sparing the Pearland community of the greater Houston metropolis a direct hit. Owner Gil Boyles breathed a sigh of relief - one born of...

  • In The News

    Storm-protection products take off; Arizona cracks down; Washington state's safety-inspection spat; private firms to conduct inspections in Houston; more