The mother-daughter RE/MAX real estate duo Carolyn Bryant and Kristi Kolmetz use their deep ties to the area to help clients.
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The upcoming Stomping Grounds concept Cherry Block got a last-minute funding boost this week through the investment platform NextSeed.
HISD recently released its plan to spend the Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Funding it was granted in December 2020 and March 2021 and applied to receive this month.
Recently, the Texas Invasive Species Institute announced a new invasive species of hammerhead flatworms being found in the Houston area. While some people may have seen one species of this worm in their garden for years, this is a different species of hammerhead flatworm, and it poses the same threats.
Houston sinks in the rankings of 'Best Place to Live', a demolition on Houston Avenue and more in this month's real estate roundup.
The former site of Dacapo’s Pastry Cafe and Carmalita's Cuisine has been acquired by Wolf Capital Partners.
One of the most iconic Victorian homes in the Heights, the “Castle House” at 1802 Harvard St., has had a new owner for the last year-and-a-half. John and Jan Greer have been updating the grounds on the property and are installing a new rain garden in the ditch along 18th Street, which drew complaints to the city from at least one neighbor. But the city is OK with the Greer’s plan, which aims to further beautify the property while protecting against flooding.
A parking dispute between neighbors is bubbling up at the intersection of Fisher and Golf, where residents of Fisher have petitioned the city for Residential Permit Parking. The idea is to fend off unwanted street parking from customers of nearby businesses and a Golf resident who parks multiple vehicles in front of other people’s homes.