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  • Leading the Way

    AUSTIN, TEXAS - If you can’t join ’em, beat ’em.

  • Art Plus Light

    Architect Renzo Piano has a way with light. It is what has kept museum directors and trustees beating a path to his offices in Paris and Genoa since the 1987 opening of The Menil Collection in Houston.

  • MIDWEST

    LA PORTE, IND. -- The nonprofit Parents & Friends, Inc., will build the Butterfly Garden Apartments here.

  • Housing Scandal Rocks Dallas

    DALLAS — Sixteen people have been charged in an extensive bribery and extortion scheme involving affordable housing in Dallas.

  • Breakline: A Charge in the Air

    A Charge in the Air ~ Recession Means Decline

  • New Showroom for Besa

    Besa Lighting is relocating its showroom to a new space in the Dallas Trade Mart and will mark the opening with a party and ribbon-cutting during the Winter 2008 International Lighting Market. The new showroom will encompass 4,700 square feet of display and entertainment space.

  • Hurricane Ike Worse than Rita

    As rescue efforts continued Monday, apartment owners and officials in Texas were among those trying to get a grasp on the devastation left by Hurricane Ike.

  • Grandbridge Acquires Live Oak Capital

    Grandbridge Real Estate Capital acquired Houston-based mortgage banking firm Live Oak Capital in early December.

  • TEXAS

    AUSTIN—Changes in the at-risk and U.S. Department of Agriculture Rural Development (RD) set-asides are some of the most notable changes proposed in the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs’ (TDHCA) 2008 draft qualified allocation plan (QAP), according to Robbye Meyer, director of...

  • In the News

    California back-pedals on nailer rules; study blames coastal development for increased storm damage; Texas court says insurers can't duck defect suits; more