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Posts from January 2011

Introducing property of the week

Posted on January 31, 2011 in

We would like to introduce to you guys a new theme for newregionalplanning.com - from now on every Monday we will announce a different Property of the Week. This segment will showcase one of our unique properties. This week’s Property of the Week is 2300 Chenevert located in the heart of Midtown.

2300chenevert

Some information on the office building.

• Approximately 7,100 square foot building on approximately 9,200 square foot lot

• Located in Midtown at the southwest corner of Chenevert and Hadley with easy access to Highway 59

• Originally built in 1950 and completely renovated in 2008 with new electrical, mechanical, tankless water heater, Puran R410A HVAC, roof, plumbing and state-of-the-art kitchen

• Ideal for loft office, studio, or gallery

• Large open areas with exposed ceiling and halogen lighting

• Grade level bay door with sealed concrete floors throughout

• Very secure with Elite powered automatic remote gate opener

• Can be configured to accommodate additional parking

For information on this week’s property, please call Adam Strauss at 713.523.2929

Coles Crossing to become new hotel hotspot

Posted on January 14, 2011 in

NRP’s very own Felix Zamikovsky speaks about the future of Coles Crossing. Click here to view our property at Coles Crossing.

By: Molly Ryan for Community Impact Newspaper

CYPRESS — The Coles Crossing commercial area around Barker Cypress Road and Hwy. 290 is slated to be the home of two new hotels and a Cheddar’s restaurant.

According to Felix Zamikovsky, broker for New Regional Planning, a real estate consulting firm that represents a commercial landowner at Coles Crossing, both the Holiday Inn and Staybridge Suites purchased land on which to build new hotels.

Cypress is an area that is not saturated with hotels, even though the population has grown significantly over the past 10 years. Zamikovsky said the area could use two more hotels for extended stay visits and shorter-term visits.

The hotels will be built on approximately 4.7 acres of land. According to Zamikovsky, the Holiday Inn will have 137 rooms, and the Staybridge Suites will have 84 rooms.

In addition, Cheddar’s Casual Cafe, an American Restaurant, is currently under construction in the same area as the hotels.

Zamikovsky expects construction to begin on the hotels within the next 90 days, however, based on the hotel owner’s finances, construction could be delayed.