by Dorothy Puch Lillig Many in the Spring Branch District may know the property as Hammerly Walk Apartments, but 8787 Hammerly recently got a name change. It’s now known as “Zócalo.” And the changes don’t stop there. The Spring Branch District recently asked the property’s co-owner, Chula Reynolds of Point Reyes Management, a few questions [...]
September 30, 10:30am-1:30pm, Commons Are you considering investing in residential or commercial real estate or do you want to learn more about entering into the real estate profession? Come get an overview from an expert entrepreneur who invests in real estate. Some will come to explore possibilities and some to brush up skills, check-in and get current. [...]
Real estate website Zillow named Spring Branch North as one of its "hot neighborhoods to watch" in 2016 alongside others like Montrose, Westbury, and Denver Harbor. Home prices are expected to grow by between 3 and 3.5 percent in 2016, according to the article.
Spring Branch has become one of the city's hottest locations for single-family home sales at a time when Houston's employment opportunities and growing population continue to drive demand. According to a monthly report prepared by the Houston Association of Realtors (HAR), in June 2015 single-family home sales across the city totaled 7,935 units—the highest one-month [...]
David Weekley Homes will soon begin building their award-winning homes in The Village at Spring Branch. Located at Long Point Road and Hillendahl Boulevard, The Village at Spring Branch will feature more than 100 homes in the builder’s largest Central Living community to-date. The Village at Spring Branch will offer buyers a variety of floor [...]
By Nancy Sarnoff The former Spring Branch Medical Center property has been sold to developers who visualize a mixed-use real estate project on the nearly 18-acre site, with housing, shops and perhaps other uses. The group that purchased the property said the hospital structure is in "excellent condition," and could be saved and reused as [...]
The City of Houston Department of Public Works and Engineering has completed a $9.5 million Neighborhood Street Reconstruction (NSR) Project in the Spring Branch area. The project, which improved drainage in the community, replaced existing residential streets that have deteriorated beyond economical repair and normal maintenance. The project, completed in March 2013, involved the design [...]