Although it’s the fourth largest city in America, Houston still comes up short in standout hotels. The $350 million Post Oak’s opening represented a huge step forward and completely changed the city’s previous luxury standards. However, one show palace hotel is not enough. Now, a new wave of distinctive hotels and ambitious spots are on their way. Read the full story here
The Residence at the Allen will occupy floors 15 to 35. The residential portion will feature 17 penthouse units, a resident-only amenity level with a catering kitchen, an outdoor deck with an endless pool machine and unit upgrades such as a spacious balcony with an in-ground pool, sky gardens and outdoor kitchens. Read the full story here
The Marlowe is brought to life by developers Randall Davis and DC Partners and architect Powers Brownis. It’s a sleek 20-floor highrise in downtown Houston with an incredible 4,300 square foot lobby, bar and lounge and 6,500-square-feet of corridors courtesy of Nina Magon’s firm: Contour Interior Design. Read the full story here
Planned along Allen Parkway with unobstructed views of the downtown skyline, the condominiums in the The Allen will be a 34-story hotel and residential tower. Developer Roberto Contreras is doing everything he can to make sure people who walk into the building are appropriately wowed by offering its residents access to lavish hotel amenities, including housekeeping and room service. Read the full story here
The Houston Business Journal’s Landmark Awards recognize impressive real estate projects that make a significant impression on the Houston landscape and help sculpt the look, feel and image of the city. DC Partners is proud to announce that two of our projects have been nominated for Landmark Awards. We are so excited to announce Arabella won a Houston Business Journal Landmark Award last night for the Multifamily category! Read the full story here.
All around Houston last year, major construction projects were completed — from downtown trophy towers and huge industrial projects to gorgeous parks and educational facilitie
A slate of luxury apartment towers, state-of-the-art headquarters and hotels under construction promise to fill in the downtown San Antonio skyline — but residents may have to wait a while longer to see the results. Construction on The Arts Residences at the Thompson San Antonio — a $116 million high-rise at 123 Lexington Ave. — is expected to wrap in early 2020. The tower will have 63 luxury condominiums and 162 premium hotel rooms. Read the full story here.
It’s been nearly 10 months since The Arts Residences at the Thompson Hotel broke ground, and on Friday, much of the development and leasing team took their first hard hat tour of the site, with the Business Journal tagging closely behind. The $116 million, 20-floor, 337,000-square-foot, mixed-use hotel and for-sale condo development is along the River Walk at the corner of St. Mary’s Street and Lexington Avenue, across from El Tropicano Riverwalk Hotel.
Mediante el programa EB-5, los inversionistas son elegibles para la Green Card si realizan la inversión necesaria en una empresa comercial en Estados Unidos. Invertir en bienes raíces es una manera de generar empleos y también de conseguir la residencia permanente (Green Card) para los extranjeros en Estados Unidos, explica Emilio Guzmán, director de Relaciones con Inversionistas de Houston EB5, una firma fundada en 2010 que ayuda a los inversionistas internacionales a través del programa de Visa EB-5.
SAN ANTONIO –The groundbreaking ceremony of Thompson San Antonio and The Arts Residences took place on Tuesday, at the project site in San Antonio. Thompson San Antonio and The Arts Residences will be a mixed-use development featuring a high-rise tower and hotel with 162 guest rooms and 58 residences with luxury amenities. The groundbreaking began with the ceremony of shovels, followed by keynote speakers, including the developer, Roberto Contreras CEO of DC Partners; Acho Azuike, COO and Managing Director of Read More