Where to live life on the water in the Bayou City

The weather is warming up, which means Houstonians are finding ways to get out and about on the water again. The Bayou City is full of opportunities to play, dine and explore on the water, whether you want to stay in the urban wilderness along Buffalo Bayou or travel to the outer reaches of the greater Houston area, with the Gulf of Mexico to the south and pristine lakes to the north. These are a few of our favorite waterfront adventures.

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Heritage Texas Properties Awards Top Company Honors

group croppedRobin Mueck, Chairman and CEO of Heritage Texas Properties, welcomed the company’s agents, staff and management to the 2016 Awards breakfast held on Tuesday, February 7th at Houston Country Club. Bob Hale, Houston Association of Realtors President and CEO, was the featured speaker for the annual event celebrating outstanding agent production, service and teamwork as well as outstanding staff performance.

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Houston Steakhouses for Any Occasion

Blog SteakSteak dinners are often reserved for special dates throughout the year. We call in our reservations when Valentine’s Day, a graduation, or a birthday appear on our calendars, but with so many quality steakhouses in Houston, you can treat yourself to a tasteful, beefy meal for any reason at all. From restaurants with bayou views to the first kosher steakhouse in the southwest, there are plenty of excellent steakhouses to choose from….
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Unexpected Gems Among Houston Parks

Hermann_Park_-_Benches_by_McGovern_LakeIt’s no secret that the concrete and metal of Houston covers an impressive stretch of land, but it still comes as a surprise to many that the city also boasts over 50,000 acres of park area. Most Houstonians have spent some time at Houston’s larger parks, whether watching free performances at Miller Outdoor Theatre in Hermann Park or exploring the 30-plus miles of trails at Memorial Park. However, it’s some of the smaller…
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