SkyHouse River Oaks

  • Novare Group Unveils Plans for SkyHouse Main Luxury Tower in Houston CBD

    Novare Group, an Atlanta-based real estate developer, recently submitted plans for the development of a new, 24-story luxury tower in Houston’s Central Business District. Named SkyHouse Main, the tower represents the company’s second multifamily project in the CBD and the third in the city of Houston.

    Houston 25 September 2014 03:49
  • Second SkyHouse Luxury Community to Break Ground in Houston

    A joint venture consisting of Simpson Housing, LLLP of Denver, Atlanta-based Novare Group, Batson-Cook Development Company and Houston-based Peter W. Dienna announced plans to break ground on SkyHouse River Oaks, a 25-story, 352-home luxury apartment community in Houston’s River Oaks neighborhood.

    Houston 03 February 2014 05:59

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