HOUSTON—Industrial vacancy rates show a nationwide decline, although Houston’s vacancy is hovering around 5% with rates in the $6.00 range.
HOUSTON—Mixed-use development attracts young professionals who appreciate the opportunity to live and work in a pedestrian-friendly environment.
HOUSTON—The decline in oil prices has negatively impacted demand for warehouse/distribution space, but it only explains about 20% of that decline.
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