TIME TO MOVE THE CLOCKS FORWARD – MARCH NEWSLETTER
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IN WEST UNIVERSITY
It’s rare to find a standout in a luxury neighborhood. This minimalist, contemporary home built to custom-level specifications is just that. From the flawless lines of the stucco, glass and cumaru wood on the exterior to the carefully crafted details of the lighting, cabinetry, and tile work inside, this home will impress the most discerning eye. Even the home site is a special lot positioned at the end of the curving street and framed by timeless live oak trees and astonishing exterior doors that we got from https://www.bordnerinstall.com/kansas-city/exterior-doors/. Walk up to the house on asymmetrically poured concrete steps highlighted with inset LEDs. Enter through an over-sized glass pivot door and walk into the entryway where cumaru extends all the way from the opposite side of the home. A wall of sliding glass doors invites your eyes to the backyard only if they can leave the walnut-wrapped drop-ceiling. The entire first floor is poured saw-cut concrete. This all before you see the custom teak wood shower pan and built-ins upstairs.
1. 47TH ANNUAL BUFFALO BAYOU PARTNERSHIP REGATTA
Join us for Texas’ largest canoe and kayak race. Paddlers, ages 12 and up, are encouraged to participate in the 15-mile race along the scenic Buffalo Bayou. Whether you are entering competitively or paddling for pleasure, you won’t want to miss out on this longstanding Houston tradition!
- Date: March 9th
- Location: Allen’s Landing | 1001 Commerce Street Houston, TX
- Time: 7:30am-2pm
- Admission: $50
- Website: Here
2. 60TH ANNUAL HOUSTON ST PATRICK’S PARADE
The Houston St. Patrick’s Parade is a two-hour parade that has historically been one of the largest in the U.S. and each year includes over 100 entries to delight the Irish and Irish-at-heart.
- Date: March 16th
- Time: 12-2:00pm
- Admission: Free
- Website: Here
3. HERMANN PARK CONSERVANCY’S 6TH ANNUAL KITE FESTIVAL
During Hermann Park Conservancy’s 6th Annual Kite Festival, Houstonians from every part of the city converge on Miller Hill to fly kites of all shapes and colors. This FREE festival will offer entertainment from local performers and cultural and community organizations, interactive activities and crafts, kite flying, face painting, food trucks, roaming characters, and much more!
- Date: March 24th
- Location: Hermann Park | 1700 Hermann Drive Houston, TX
- Admission: Free
- Website: Here
Pre-Rodeo ULR Happy Hour
Thank you to everyone who came out to our Happy Hour event at Bungalow Heights on February 20th! We had a great time and can’t wait for the next one!
AGENT OF THE MONTH: Jeremiah Gowen
As a Houston native, Jeremiah has been active in Real Estate since he was 20 years old and has always had a passion for the industry. As he advanced in his career in the inner loop, he has obtained core knowledge in all aspects of the business by working for the largest multi-family and high profile management company in the nation. Jeremiah brings high energy and enthusiasm to each and every transaction. He welcomes the opportunity to put his contract negotiation, marketing, sales, and management experience to work for you. Jeremiah is devoted to working closely with his clients to identify their unique and personal Real Estate needs. Whether you are considering buying, selling, or leasing a home, Jeremiah will provide you with exceptional service and informed guidance to ensure a hassle-free and pleasant experience. Jeremiah’s dedication and commitment has led him to build strong client relationships that last for life. If you are looking to lease or ready to buy OR even list your home with ULR, contact Jeremiah today! He is available 7 days a week!
For more information on Jeremiah or to request his services, click here!
WHY DO WE OBSERVE DAYLIGHT SAVING?
Daylight Saving Time was first established in the US in 1918 to conserve energy and extend the workday during World War I. This was only supposed to be temporary but the change has lasted over 100 years.Despite the common spelling of DLS having an ‘s’ at the end, the event is correctly spelled Daylight Saving. Although we might think of changing our clocks as a county wide event, not all states observe daylight saving. Hawaii, most of Arizona, and a handful of U.S. territories have chosen to forgo Daylight Saving and their clocks remain the same year-round. We were also not the first country to adopt the practice. Germany began Daylight Saving two whole years before the US. This year we will move our clocks forward on March 10th and move them back on November 3rd.
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