Heights | River Oaks | Montrose Edition - July 2020

HEIGHTS RIVER OAKS MONTROSE EDITION

VOLUME 2, ISSUE 4  JULY 8AUG. 4, 2020

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BY EMMA WHALEN Houston advocates, ocials debate new era for policing

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About 60,000 people attended a June 2 protest in downtown Houston, seeking justice for native Houstonian George Floyd. (EmmaWhalen/Community Impact Newspaper)

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Houston ISD pursues District of Innovation status

2020 EDI T ION REAL ESTATE

Regent Square, a mixed-use project near Allen Parkway, is one of

dozens of projects in the pipeline inside the Loop.

With widespread economic uncertainty and historic unemployment shaking nearly every industry, at least one sector has kept going: multifamily construction. “When COVID hit, it was a lot of, ‘Oh, my goodness, what’s actually going to happen here?’ … But once these projects get under construction, it’s been in the works for years, and at that point, there’s no sense in stopping it,” Multifamily construction boomfaces headwinds BY MATT DULIN

15 projects opened in the last 12 months

23 projects opening in 2020 and 2021

19 proposed projects

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