In a city that has had a long and sordid history of residential construction and redevelopment, Houston’s skyline has been a haven for developers and developers alike.
The city is home to more than 1,000 development projects over the last 15 years.
But one of the city’s oldest and most famous neighborhoods, the Warehouse District, has been on the market for more than a decade.
The area is home both to the original, original Warehouse District and to the newer Warehouse District Market, which opened last year.
This year, the former Warehouse District opened up to the public for the first time in decades.
The new Warehouse District Marketplace, with its spacious shops and restaurants, will be home to nearly half of the newly opened stores, and the area is set to receive a major overhaul.
“I think it’s a little ironic that this is the one place where I could go and do the first phase of the project, the new Warehouse, because I live in that area,” said architect and former Houston Rockets star Yao Ming.
“That’s my favorite area in the city, and that’s also where I used to be.
I really miss that neighborhood.”
The original Warehouse district was established in 1905, and it was the home of the Warehouse Warehouse, a wholesale department store for men’s and women’s clothing and accessories, that first opened in 1910.
The warehouse district is home of two of the largest retailers in Houston: the Warehouse Market, a full-service wholesale department of men’s clothing, and The Warehouse, which was a wholesale chain for women’s apparel.
The Warehouse District is also home to the most diverse community in Houston, with Chinese-American, Mexican, and Asian-American families living in the Warehouse district.
The redevelopment project includes a variety of commercial, residential, and retail developments.
It will include new retail space for The Warehouse Market as well as a grocery store, a coffee shop, and a craft beer bar.
The project is set for completion in the first quarter of 2020.