What used to be just a catchphrase or sound bite in the area – the $1 million home – is now a growing reality in Leader communities. But just what makes a home a million dollar investment in our area? And with the volatility in the Houston job market thanks to the dropping price in oil, will it continue?
- The Leader’s $1 million housing market…will it last?
- Heights resident celebrates 95 years of lawns, love, plenty of laughter
- Downtown construction leads to headaches for local METRO commuters
- Heights coffee shop gets facelift and new name
- It’s 5’oclock somewhere
- Eating Around the World: reader suggestions
- The Leader finds out: Will it ever lease?
At 95 years old, age hasn’t slowed Jane Kelly down one bit and, if anything, the long-time Heights resident is finding more and more to love about her neighborhood. Kelly has lived through countless bits of Houston history throughout the years, and she pre-dates the first air-conditioned space in Houston – the Rice Hotel cafeteria […]
Next month, the Equilibrium Social House will open its doors providing coffee, assorted high-end teas and baked goods and desserts, according to a press release released Jan. 20. The coffee shop concept’s new home will be at 1030 Heights Blvd, formerly the residence of Waldo’s & Boulevard Coffee. Located directly on Heights Blvd., EQ Height’s […]
Here is my take on the train. It is going to be a waste of time and money because it’s supposed to take 90 minutes to get from Dallas to Houston on the train. It only takes an hour by plane.
A long-time reader asked if I’d please explain why it is legal for drivers to block an entire lane of traffic on Ella Boulevard in order to fulfill their morning donut fix.
Satire is a delicate art form, and appeals only to smart people like you, who understand the basis before you understand the twists, ridicule and balloons being popped.