Mischer - Planned Communities, Residential and Commercial Developer

March 2012

Mischer Development Announces Phase 3 Expansion to Master-Planned Cypress Creek Lakes

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Mischer Development, the developer of the master-planned community Cypress Creek Lakes, has announced plans for a major expansion to include 700 acres that will consist of new building programs, new builders, a recreation center complex and a community welcome/information center.

Located less than two miles from US 290 in the Cypress area, Cypress Creek Lakes, which first opened in 2004, will add a 50-foot and a 70-foot building program to its existing 60-foot and 80-foot programs that have been a part of the community since its beginning.

Houston Leads U.S. in Business Relocation, Expansion

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For the past several years, Houston has thrown off the shackles of the recession and its economy has obliterated the growth statistics of virtually all other American municipalities. Now comes more good news.

Site Selection Magazine, a worldwide leader for providing information to executives responsible for corporate site selection and facility planning, has ranked Houston as the number one U.S. metropolitan area for corporate facility expansions and relocations for 2011 in its most recent edition.

Photography World to Descend Upon Houston for City-Wide Festival

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One of the world’s largest photography exhibitions returns to Houston this year. The Fotofest 2012 Biennial begins March 16, and lasts until April 29 at venues across Houston.

More than 110 museums, art galleries, universities, non-profit art organizations, and corporate spaces across the Houston, Galveston, and Fort Bend County area will be hosting photographic exhibitions, auctions, artist talks, films, workshops, book signings, tours and much more over the five week event.

Houston to Host 53rd Annual Saint Patrick's Day Parade

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The Houston area has long been known as one of America’s great melting pot cities, where people from all over the world come to blend into a rich and vibrant culture.

The City of Houston hosts its 53rd annual Saint Patrick’s Day Parade on Saturday, March 17, beginning at 12 PM downtown, with much of the route parading down Texas Avenue.

This is one of the largest Saint Patrick’s Day parades in the United States, so be sure to arrive early in order claim a good spot along the route, as well as prepare to celebrate with thousands of fellow Houstonians.

Houston Receives Highest Award from ESGR

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The tradition of citizen-soldier is one that dates back to the American Revolution. But for some members and families of the National Guard and military Reserve the transition from home to deployment and back home again can be difficult.
Service members can on occasion return to find their job has been eliminated, they have trouble gaining access to medical or educational service, or have other needs that go unmet.