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  • 13 FEBRUARY 2015 Galleria-area luxury condo tower to break ground in May

    Houston Business Journal 

    Houston-based Pelican Builders Inc. plans to break ground on its 17-story luxury condominium tower near the Galleria in May despite economic uncertainty stemming from the energy industry.

    Galleria-area luxury condo tower to break ground in May
  • 06 FEBRUARY 2015 Here's the scoop on long-awaited Kirby mixed-use (Video)

    Houston Business Journal

    About seven years after buying prime Inner Loop land for a more than million-square-foot project, a New York developer is finally ready to break ground.

    Here's the scoop on long-awaited Kirby mixed-use (Video)
  • 06 JANUARY 2015 Two Bay Area buildings are examples of excellence

    Houston Chronicle

    The Sylvan Beach Pavilion and San Jacinto College's Lee Davis Library are among the finalists for Urban Land Institute Houston's 2015 Development of Distinction Awards in the heritage category.

    Two Bay Area buildings are examples of excellence
  • 30 NOVEMBER 2014 New office building to rise near Buffalo Bayou

    Houston Business Journal

    An 18-story office building recently broke ground near Buffalo Bayou.

    New office building to rise near Buffalo Bayou
  • 10 OCTOBER 2014 Memorial Park makeover gets a boost with sparkling new $2.4 million running center

    CultureMap Houston

    While elected officials and community leaders gathered in their professional best, it was the joggers and cyclists who added color to the ribbon cutting at the Memorial Park Running Trails Center.

    Memorial Park makeover gets a boost with sparkling new $2.4 million running center
  • 03 OCTOBER 2014 HBJ Names 2014 Who's Who in Energy

    Houston Business Journal

    The Houston Business Journal has revealed its 2014 Who's Who in Energy recognizing Houston-based key players in the energy industry. Brian Richard, AIA, was named Who's Who in Architecture.

    HBJ Names 2014 Who's Who in Energy
  • 22 SEPTEMBER 2014 How One School Construction Project Is Keeping Old With New

    NPR News 88.7

    In East Houston, demolition crews are tearing down Milby High School to make way for a brand new campus. Except one part of this school will be saved: the historic building on Broadway. Nicola Springer is an architect with Kirksey the firm working on the job.
  • 18 SEPTEMBER 2014 Petroleum Club prepares for new digs after more than 50 years

    Houston Chronicle

    The Petroleum Club hoped to stay put, but the building's new owner is planning a lengthy renovation that would leave the club without a home for several years, board president Tommy Edwards said Thursday during a reception for the new club at its existing space.

  • 05 SEPTEMBER 2014 HBJ announces the 2014 Best Places to Work Finalists

    Houston Business Journal

    For more than a decade, the Houston Business Journal has hosted the longest-running Best Places to Work awards program in the city, honoring top employers for their unique cultures, amenities, benefits and worker-retention and attraction strategies.

  • 12 AUGUST 2014 Meet the Fast 100: Home-grown architecture firm takes on big clients, hiring for a 'litany' of positions

    Houston Business Journal 

    A leader in sustainable design, Houston-based architecture firm Kirksey has designed glittering high-rise office towers, small community theaters and everything in between. But the fact that its project base is so diverse came as no accident.

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