Houston bets on growth Houston
According to the reports, the apartments and walkable urbanism will see a rise in Houston in the coming years. According to the developer Jacob Sudhoff, in the past, people considered this city just as a cow and oil town. Things are changing in the area, and in the last few years, Houston has seen a rise in multistory buildings. In the coming years the demand for walkable neighborhoods, condos and apartments will be on the increase in the areas such as Heights, Midtown, downtown, the Outer Loop, and the forthcoming McKinley Memorial City, as well as the neighborhoods near the new Buffalo Bayou Park and the Allen Parkway. In the coming year 16000 new units while another 23000 are in the pipeline. The rental prices are at an all-time high at $1050 on average.