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East End Houston Hosts Texas Society of Architects Tour

East End Houston Hosts Texas Society of Architects Tour

More than 3,000 architects and associated professionals gathered at Houston’s George R. Brown Convention Center for the Texas Society of Architects 75th Annual Convention and Design Expo, the premier design event in the Southwest.

DSCF3817As part of the convention, a special breakout tour of Houston’s East End was provided to interested parties. Coordinated and hosted by Doug Childers, Vice President of Morris Architects and current Board Chairman of the East End Chamber of Commerce and France Castañeda Dyess, President of the East End Chamber of Commerce, the two-hour bus tour rolled through the East End. Diane Schenke, President of the Greater East End Management District, and Anton Sinkewich, President of the East Downtown Management District, were both on hand to provide commentary of the urban planning, architecture, and development of their home turf.

DSCF3830The tour included stops at the Skelly Family’s renovation project of old Houston Fire Station #2 and accompanying Victorian bungalows, lunch on the Navigation Esplanade served by the East Ender Chef John Avila of El Burro & the Bull, and a tour of START Houston, the East End’s own co-working technology incubator.

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Chron: Imagine an East End Furniture Warehouse as Lofts

Chron: Imagine an East End Furniture Warehouse as Lofts

Chron.com By Nancy Sarnoff, January 4, 2016 In an empty furniture warehouse about a mile east of downtown, Houston architect Tim Cisneros envisions the rusted metal gear that used to power the building's freight elevator preserved behind glass, like sculpture in a museum. He sees the graffiti-covered brick walls as urban paintings to be exposed…

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Fall in Love with the East End

Fall in Love with the East End

Former Mayor Annise Parker once said that Houston’s East End has “more history than the city of Houston itself.” Filled with historic structures, home to one of Houston’s first master-planned neighborhoods, and the backbone of the city’s early industry, the East End has been at the center of Houston’s development since its founding. In fact,…

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