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Nov. 2 election will determine whether The Woodlands will become a city
Since 2010, The Woodlands has had a unique status among Texas communities. It’s the state’s only township, a local governmental unit — or special purpose district — without the full authority and structure of a city.

That could change after the Nov. 2 election, when residents will be asked to decide if they want to remain a township or become the city of The Woodlands. Early voting in Texas started last week and runs through Oct. 29.

Besides some board positions, there will be two propositions…

These are Pittsburgh's hottest neighborhoods for young professionals in 2021
Niche, a Pittsburgh-based data company that analyses, ranks and reviews schools and neighborhoods throughout the country, has ranked the best Pittsburgh-area neighborhoods to live in for young professionals in 2021.

Developers vow Orange Station will connect St. Pete’s history with evolving future of the Edge district
The demolition of the former St. Pete Police Department headquarters makes way for Orange Station, which will include condos, office space and storefronts.

Developer reworks Muskego subdivision plans due to city's concerns about small lot sizes
Cornerstone Development reworked its plans for a proposed subdivision in northern Muskego after members of the city's plan commission expressed concerns about smaller lot sizes and a higher density of homes in the initial proposal.

Despite flurry of appeals, Bay Area housing targets look here to stay
Nearly 30 Bay Area jurisdictions — cities, towns and counties — challenged their RHNA assignments for the 2023-2031 cycle. Almost all lost their appeals.

Fastest Growing Companies 2021: Being at the right place at the right time kickstarted Westway Homes
In the age of Covid, businesses have been forced to pivot.

It’s safe to say we are all sick of hearing the overused “pivot” word, but there is a reason it has been used so frequently — it’s pretty accurate.

For nearly two years, companies have taken everything they once knew, flipped it upside down and reimagined how they do business. While the hardships businesses have faced have been immense, within the Covid narrative there have also been stories of perseverance and success.


Austin metro is one of the nation's busiest places for home construction but low supply persists
Austin has seen a huge amount of residential construction in the past decade. More single-family rental permits were filed in the Texas capital region than in Washington D.C., Nashville or Tampa. Click into this story to see how Austin's numbers compare with the rest of Texas, and get a list of the busiest volume homebuilders in the metro.

Developers break ground on new affordable housing community in Southern Dallas
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 A new affordable housing development is under construction in Southern Dallas.

Workers are clearing the land and the dirt is turning on land near South Lancaster Road and Crouch Road, symbolizing the groundbreaking on The Ridge at Lancaster Apartments.

“Now, you’re getting a neighborhood that is building where there was not even rooftops or building in the last 10 years,” District…

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