Surge Homes announces Museum District mid-rise condos

Following Surge Homes’ recent launch of Parc at Midtown, the Houston builder announced a new, space-efficient development in Houston’s Museum District neighborhood. The under-construction, mid-rise condo property offers units between $140,000 to $340,000 in an upscale locale within close access to …

Micro condos coming to Houston in Surge Homes’ Hadley Building

Urban living is not for everyone. Having everything you own neatly stored within the confines of your one-, two-, or three-bedroom apartment, the sounds of the city, neighbors sleeping one wall away, no yard and commerce happening right outside your wi…

Condo sales on the rise in major Texas metros, report says

The condo market is heating up throughout all four major metro areas in Texas, according to Texas Realtors, and the high demand for the lifestyle associated with condo living is keeping the market competitive. As more millennials and young professional…

Surge Homes sales top $12 million in Spring

Houston residential developer Surge Homes reached $12.3 million in sales over the last 90 days, according to a statement from the company. The two newest communities scheduled for completion later this year, Upper Richton and Parc at Midtown, pushed Su…

Parc at Midtown showcases private park in new renderings

This week, Surge Homes released new renderings of the private outdoor park adjacent to its distinctive townhome development in Midtown, just southwest of downtown Houston. Located at 2401 Crawford St., Parc at Midtown is scheduled for completion in ear…

Parc at Midtown located in one of Texas’ most walkable neighborhoods

Houston recently added four more points to its walkability score, a rating system developed by Redfin company WalkScore. Although it didn’t quite place in the top ten list for most walkable cities, it did improve its score from 76 to 80. This could be …

Houston’s Upper Kirby is on the rise

The Upper Kirby District is a sophisticated Houston neighborhood, with a combination of tastes, sounds and arts to delight all the senses. The area’s evolution continues as new mixed-use developments emerge and complement the existing fabric of this established area of town. Who wouldn’t want to see what a neighborhood that’s known by an iconic red, very British phone booth, will come up with next …

Houston’s Midtown enjoying renaissance

What is there to love about Houston’s Midtown? Quite a lot. In addition to boasting an ideal location between downtown and the medical center, Midtown is one of the most pedestrian-friendly areas in the city. It benefits from tidy, mixed-use developments that make it a convenient and compact area for a variety of people to live, work and relax.

Development profile: Surge Homes’ three new communites

At the tail end of 2015 Surge Homes announced the start of development on three sites. The company took the input of nearly 3,500 locals to determine the size, designs, floor plans and style of home. …

Inner Loop homebuilder purchases third-party warranty

Combine Houston’s growing inventory of existing single-family homes with its volume of expected 2016 home starts and you have an environment where homebuilders must make their product stand out. With three significant for-sale communities set to break …