As Houston’s retail market digests the numerous grocery-anchored developments delivered from 2011 to 2017, retailers and developers have shifted their focus to creative projects in the Inner Loop and power centers across Houston’s suburbs.
In the urban core, retail developments are getting more unique as… Read More
The product of strong job and population growth, Houston multifamily occupancy reached 90 percent in the third quarter. Marking a major milestone for a market that, a little over a year ago, was working through excess supply.
Multifamily occupancy has been on an upward trajectory, increasing every quarter since its… Read More
“Our city was founded on the banks of the Buffalo Bayou, but this waterway is more than just an intrinsic part of our history and identity. It has an important role to play in the economic future of our city.”
Tom Fish, JLL executive managing director and Buffalo Bayou… Read More
Last year, life sciences venture capital in Houston was up 300 percent over 2016 levels. The city also recorded increases in both life sciences employment and the number of life sciences establishments. Still, Houston has a ways to go before it contends with other, more established life science clusters.
Reverse commuting in Houston increased by 18.5 percent from 2011 to 2015, one of the highest rates of growth among the top 25 U.S. metros. But the Houston MSA still has one of the lowest rates of reverse commuting.
In our latest Ambitious Thinking research on Smart Cities, we studied the… Read More
A recently completed retail center in north Houston.
For many retailers, Houston has become the choice point-of-entry to Texas. Meaning, when retailers look to expand to the Texas market, they are looking to Houston first. This comes as the result of strong population growth, a favorable… Read More