Source: Houston Business Journal
Valley Ranch Town Center is a finalist for the Houston Business Journal’s Landmark Award! The award recognizes impressive real estate projects that are making a significant impression on the Houston landscape and improve the look, feel and image of the city.
There are 16 categories, and a total of 54 finalists. Valley Ranch Town Center is a finalist in the Retail Category.
Projects are recognized for excellence in land planning, design, construction, economics, marketing and management. Entries were judged on impact to Houston, such as job creation, innovation, best use of land, site plan, development of surrounding neighborhoods, visual plan, amenities and being environmentally friendly.
The Houston Business Journal will reveal the winners at the Landmark Awards event on April 19th.
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June 18, 2019
The Signorelli Company’s New Luxury Apartments are Now Open in Valley Ranch Town Center
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March 10, 2019
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January 21, 2019
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