Money, Money, Money
We break it down.
Laura Furr Mericas
Houston has always had a reputation of being a super-affordable city—but is it outgrowing that image?
Teneika Rivers Dancy and her children were in major trouble before she found New Hope.
The West Houston apartment complex hosted its grand opening on February 15.
This "Oak Forest–adjacent" development is targeting those who want a little more space but need easy access to the city.
Of the 15 historic Houston homes in this River Oaks oasis originally spared the wrecking ball, 11 will soon be relocated to make room for a high-rise development.
We take a crack at designing a millennium mansion everyone can agree to hate.
The complex will be part of a massive campus focused on lifting families out of generational poverty.
The Real World
Do you have strong opinions about zoning? Historic districts? Stucco townhomes built six-to-a-lot? We want to hear about it.
The prefab housing craze is impractical and, in Houston, virtually impossible. Are kit homes the answer?
Sarah Rufca Nielsen
A 448 square-foot Rice Military hovel features luxury touches like a clawfoot tub, a granite countertop, and rooms that hold things.
These days, the shotgun cottage is no longer shunned.