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La Valencia Starwood

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  Located in Frisco, TX (which is on the North side of Dallas), La Valencia at Starwood is one of the premier apartment complexes in the region.  This complex is among the first in North Texas to be a certified ENERGY STAR community.  La Valencia also was the recipient of two Green Building Project of the Year Awards.   In addition to being an energy efficient community,... Read More »

Frost Bank Tower

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The Frost Bank Tower is one of the most recognizable buildings in Austin, and has been for well over a decade.  Standing an impressive 515 feet tall with thirty-three floors, the Frost Bank Tower is the third tallest building in Austin behind only the 360 Condominiums and The Austonian.  The Tower broke ground on November 17, 2001, and was developed by Cousins Property.  After... Read More »

UT Stadium

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The University of Texas Longhorns are among the most popular college football teams in the nation, and their home is the Darrell K Royal - Texas Memorial Stadium.  With a seating capacity of over 100,000, it is one of only eight football stadiums in the USA that can claim a six figure seating capacity (currently ranked eighth).  The largest recorded attendance was on October 6, 2012... Read More »

Site Profile: Harrisburg Plaza

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  Located right in the middle of the Houston east end shopping district, Harrisburg Plaza is a destination for shoppers in the region.  With anchor stores Melores and Fallas Paredes, the affiliate stores have a strong draw to the center.  The center is adjacent to a Go MetroRail stop, giving easy access to the shops.  Managed by Weingarten Realty, Harrisburg Plaza has over... Read More »

Downtown Austin Construction

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  The downtown Austin area is one of the fastest growing cities in the nation, which coincides with massive population growth the city has enjoyed in recent years.  No matter where you are in the city, it is easy to tell that there is a massive amount of construction going, as there are dozens of large crane dotting the skyline landscape.   According to the Downtown Austin... Read More »

North Texas Windfarm

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  When you say Texas, most people picture vast fields of oil derricks churning away to bring the black gold to the surface.  A lot of people however would be shocked to learn that in addition to being an oil rich state, Texas is the leading producer of wind energy in the entire country.  With over a dozen major projects producing a top capacity of twelve thousand MW, wind power... Read More »

Mount Bonnell

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Located just a few miles outside of downtown Austin, Mount Bonnell gives visitors a great opportunity to check the surrounding area.  Standing seven hundred and eighty feet above sea level, Mount Bonnell is second only to the Jollyville Plateau in terms of height in the Austin area.  This height allows for a fantastic view of the Lake Austin portion of the Colorado River, the 360... Read More »

League City Plaza

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Located between Houston and Galveston TX, the League City Plaza is at the heart of League City’s retail hub.  Thanks to its high quality and wide variety of shops, as well as being one of the last major stops before reaching the popular vacation destination of Galveston, the League City Plaza is perfectly situated to be an economic force in the area.  With anchor stores Kroger... Read More »

Downtown Austin

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Austin, Texas is one of the fastest growing cities in nation, something that can plainly be seen just by simply walking through downtown on any given day.  No matter which direction you face, you will see buildings being renovated and skyscraper sized cranes laying the groundwork for the next high-rise office building or hotel.  Those new buildings will share the skyline with... Read More »

LBJ Presidential Library

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The Lyndon Baines Johnson (LBJ) Library and Museum, located on the University of Texas campus, is one of 13 Presidential Libraries administered by the National Archives and Records Administration.  Attracting approximately 100,000 visitors each year, the ten-story library is home to 45 million pages of historical documents, 650,000 photographs, and 5,000 hours of recordings from... Read More »