Local Houston Business: Maine-ly Sandwiches

When ULR found out about Maine-ly Sandwiches, we knew we had to spread the word (if all the Houston foodies out there haven’t already). The family who owns the restaurant is originally from Portland, Maine, and Houstonians love what the family has brought to the community with their Maine-inspired style sandwiches. The nautical themed restaurant […]

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Downtown Houston Living a Reality?

Downtown Houston

“Where is everyone, this is downtown Houston, right?” When most people envision living in Downtown, they picture a bustling metropolis, packed with coffee shops and restaurants, and people walking around the streets of the city under the shadow of skyscrapers and urban lofts. Take a walk around Downtown Houston and you will see a very […]

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Houston’s Montrose Real Estate Outlook 2014

Houston’s Montrose neighborhood, which occupies the majority of the 77006 zip code, has been in the Houston spotlight for most of the last 50 years. It is known as an edgy, trendy, eclectic, free-spirited sort of place (as William Broyle illustrates so well in his recent piece in the Texas Monthly). The increased media attention […]

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Houston Hackathon 2013

Have you ever wondered where to go for green services in Houston? What if there was an app for it? This past May Houston held its very first Open Innovation Hackathon at Houston Technology Center. This event was a day-long process that was devoted to creative collaboration and coding to address many of the City […]

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ULR Houston Montrose Office Gets A New Fence

Every homeowner loves the aesthetics of wood. The warm colors, intricate grain patters, and variety of texture aren’t too hard on the eyes. Add to the aesthetics the fact that it is relatively easy to work with and lower cost than alternatives, and wood is an ideal construction material as well as ratchet cable cutter […]

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