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Buyers Toasted to the Top at the 2016 Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo Rodeo Uncorked!® Champion Wine Auction

The annual Rodeo Uncorked! Champion Wine Auction and Dinner was held at NRG Center, Sunday, Feb. 28. Nearly 800 prospective buyers generously bid on 57 live auction and 76 silent auction lots, featuring award-winning wines from the 2016 Rodeo Uncorked! International Wine Competition held Nov. 14 – 16, 2015. The Grand Champion Best of Show … Continue reading Buyers Toasted to the Top at the 2016 Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo Rodeo Uncorked!® Champion Wine Auction

NEW WOODLANDS-AREA COMMUNITY UNDERWAY

A new master-planned community is under development between Tomball and The Woodlands. J. Alan Kent Development is developing the 286-acre Lakes at Creekside community near the southwest corner of Kuykendahl and Hufsmith roads. When it’s complete, the community will include more than 600 homes, eight lakes, a recreation center, a park, trails, a splash pad … Continue reading NEW WOODLANDS-AREA COMMUNITY UNDERWAY

RODEO SEES RECORD-BREAKING WEEKEND

Over the weekend, a world record was set at the Junior Market Barrow Auction at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo. The Grand Champion Junior Market Barrow sold for $208,000. The buyers were Jacqueline and Jon Hodges, Linda and David Johnson, Becky and Kelly Joy, and Julie and Alan Kent. A barrow is a male … Continue reading RODEO SEES RECORD-BREAKING WEEKEND

TOP STEERS DRAW BIG BUCKS AT RODEO AUCTION

Peaches, the 2015 grand champion steer, drew $300,000 at the Houston Rodeo auction Saturday afternoon. The steer, weighing in at 1,379 pounds, was raised by Caitlen Hope Doskocil from the central Texas town of Holland. The 17-year-old, who heads to Texas A&M University in the fall, has competed at the rodeo for nine years. She … Continue reading TOP STEERS DRAW BIG BUCKS AT RODEO AUCTION

NORTHWEST HOUSTON SEES CONTINUING STRONG ACTIVITY

Activity in northwest Houston’s land market is still strong. Land sales and development activity continue at the brisk pace that began several years ago. Most of the sales and development activity is primarily for industrial development (both for users and speculative), residential single-family homes and retail development. And, despite the fact that office development activity … Continue reading NORTHWEST HOUSTON SEES CONTINUING STRONG ACTIVITY