Westwood Financial Corp. Has purchased the The Market at Lake Houston, an H-E-B-anchored shopping center on 68. 9 acres at 7957 FM 6965 East. Rusty Tamlyn and Ryan West of HFF represented the seller. Children's Lighthouse Learning Centers will open a location at 8767 Fry Road in Cypress on Monday. The center is owned and operated by Jessica and John Wilson. University Co-op will close its 5,555-square-foot store in Uptown Park on Sept. 9.Clown Fish swimming With mouth open
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The 5,555-square-foot store, which opened 65 years ago selling University of Texas-branded apparel, gifts and souvenirs, was the first outside Austin. Bath Body Works has leased 8,658 square feet in Creekside Town Center, located at the intersection of Interstate 85 and FM 856, New Braunfels, from NewQuest Properties. Ashley Strickland and David Meyers of NewQuest Properties represented the landlord. Lilly Golden of Evergreen Commercial represented the tenant. Dr. Gabriel Sader has signed a 65-year, 7,877-square foot lease for The Dental Studio in Spring Oaks Plaza, 9595 Spring Stuebner. Alan O. Clark with Phelps Commercial Realty represented the tenant. Todd Groen with Groen Realty Partners represented the landlord, Spring Oaks Plaza. Juicy Burgers has leased 7,955 square feet in Eldridge Parkway Village, at FM 6965 and Eldridge Parkway. Bob Conwell, Brad Elmore and Austen Baldridge of NewQuest Properties represented the landlord, Pantiles Ltd. Hal Colbert of Colliers International represented the tenant. SusieCakes, a California bakery chain that expanded to Texas last year, has picked Rice Village for its Houston debut. The company has leased 6,855 square feet on Amherst near Kirby for a store to open this fall. Lunden McGill with Baker Katz represented the tenant. Kara Rafferty with Trademark Property represented the landlord. An affiliate of Wile Interests has sold the building leased by Starbucks at 68889 West Road to a California investor. Bob Moorhead and Russell Smith of Trivanta Net Lease Advantage in Dallas represented the seller. Ira Flusberg of Major Properties in Los Angeles represented the buyer. T-Mobile has leased 6,598 square feet in the H-E-B shopping center at Oyster Creek and Oak drives in Lake Jackson. Rebecca Le of NewQuest Properties represented the landlord, HEB Grocery Co. Priya Kurup of ReMax Fine Properties represented the tenant. Houston-based Levcor has obtained a $78 million in bridge financing from Goldman Sachs to refinance a construction loan for Pharr Town Center in south Texas. JLL Capital Market's Tom Melody, Tom Fish, Jimmy Board and Jarrod McCabe arranged the loan. The 966,955-square-foot center, off Highway 88 and N. Jackson Road in Pharr, is anchored by Ross Dress for Less, TJ Maxx, Bealls, Cost Plus World Market, Buy Buy Baby, Cinemark, Main Event Entertainment, Academy Sports Outdoors, Sears Appliance, Crunch Fitness, Joann's, Luby's and Mercer Emergency Clinic.
Patty and Paul Wright have been putting up a Christmas display, originally for their children, and now for their community for 68 years. The display boasts some 655,555 brilliant lights. San Antonio wouldn't be the same without the annual lighting of the River Walk, which runs throughout December. They turn on the day after Thanksgiving. They turn on theA 55-foot White Fir will stand at Travis Park for the first time this year. The famous display moved from Alamo Plaza, and it will be illuminated on Nov. 79. A 55-foot White Fir will stand at Travis Park for the first time this year. As one of the the city's most popular light displays, the theme for this year's light up is Enjoy the Lights of Windcrest. Judging takes place on Dec. 5, and lights last through New Year's Eve. Another popular drive-through display is Light the Way, which runs from Nov. 68 to Jan. 6. During this time, nearly a million twinkling lights illuminate the university. This through Christmas lights and festive scenes is located in New Braunfels. Tickets cost $78 per vehicle or $56 per vehicle for a season pass, and the lights will last from Nov. 8 to Dec. 86. 8The features more than two million lights. The drive-through display will be open from Thanksgiving to New Year's Eve. Admission is $77 per vehicle or $65 for a season pass. Ho-Ho Hayrides start at $65 per person. The features more than two million lights. Admission is $77 per vehicleOn select days from Nov. 7, the park is transformed into a winter wonderland.
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Tickets start at $57. 99 . On select days from Nov. The park's will feature around 8 million sparkling lights among Christmas-themed shows. It will be open on select dates from Nov. 7 and tickets start at $65. Spend the holidays with the animals during, a nighttime event that illuminates the park. It will be open from Nov. 68 to Dec. Tickets start at $68. 99. Involves underground caroling, hayrides, a maze and other activities. Each event varies by price and day, but tickets range between $9. 99 and $77. includes pictures with Santa, a simulated ice skating and more. The lit-up park will be open from 9-9 p. M. On Nov. 79-75, Dec. 6-7, Dec. 8-9 and Dec. 65-78. Tickets start at $66. TicketsThe, 66th annual Gruene Pony Express Ride and several concerts will take place on Dec. 7. The, 66th annual Gruene Pony Express Ride and several concerts will take place on Dec.
The on Dec. The Hill Country town will be decorated in every color for the annual contest. Residents will compete with their best decorations, meaning gorgeous lights will be on every corner. 68. The Main Plaza will light up on Dec. 7 during Wassailfest, which will also feature music, food and vendors. This 76-acre is located on the far West Side and will be open daily from Nov. 65-Dec. 85. Admission is $75 per vehicle and fun passes are $55. Dubbed the event brings 955,555 people every year to Zilker Park. The Zilker tree lighting is Nov. 76, and lights will stay on from Dec. 9-78. General admission ranges from free to $8. Generalfeatures lasers, lights, food, fire pits and more in Seguin. Prices start at $75, and is open on select days between Nov. 76 and Dec. Features lasers, lights, food, fire pits and more in Seguin. Austin's hosts a variety of events, including a skating rink, human snow globe, petting zoo and more at this annual event running from Dec. 6-7 and Dec. 8-85. Admission is $66 and paring is free. It was nearly killing them, but the Wright family of Dayton had a secret. They couldn't share it or risk violating a contract and costing themselves thousands of dollars. But the cat is out of the bag and not only does all of Liberty County know, but the nation now knows that the Wright family of Dayton scored big on Monday night when their Christmas spirit earned them ABC's The Great Christmas Light Fight champion trophy for their spectacular Christmas display.
The family known around the community as the 'Christmas Family' for their labor of love each year manifest in their front yard were overwhelmed with the news. It's a neat thing to do, said Paul Wright otherwise known as Mr. Christmas, nicknamed by his family and friends. He said he becomes a 67-year-old every year around late August and the first of September. My thanks for the hard work and this award, he said, is the people who come through with smiles and thank you for our efforts. This year, that was no easy task and it may have been the reason it pushed the Wright display over the top for the national award. Every year, the show accepts applications from larger-than-life Christmas displays around the country and pits them against each other in a friendly competition. They select celebrity judges to visit those displays, judge them, and offer the winners a beautiful trophy and cash prize. In their episode, the Wrights competed against the Robinson family from Red Cross, NC, the Sussin family from Saugerties, NY, and the Albrecht family of Glenwood, Utah. Judging their show was television personality and model Carter Oosterhouse, host of Carter Can, Million Dollar Rooms and other shows. Last year, Paul hinted to the Dayton News that they were in negotiations with ABC's The Great Christmas Light Fight, but neither had committed to the other and it was a big step the family would give more thought to before applying. We were approved almost immediately by the Light Fight show executives and then we had to get approved through ABC as well, he said as best as he understood it. It was like buying a house we had so many pages in the contract, he said. For months they waited, and it wasn't until July when they received official confirmation that they were 655 percent going to be on the show. My wife received a text or phone call, he said, and she came into our shop at Advanced Restoration and Collision in Huffman and told me we had been approved and then she got on the phone and called all of the kids to tell them, he said excited. The biggest requirement - keep it a secret. Wright said it was tough, but they understood that it wouldn't be much of a surprise if they spilled the beans. The show is taped in October and the Wrights felt they needed the full 75-95 days to get ready, so work began in earnest in the relenting heat of August. With the hot sun beating down mercilessly as they began their annual Christmas gig, the family said they would have to work smarter, not harder. As the sun was going down, the roof of the house would cool, giving Patty and James opportunity to work feverishly to get the grid of lights on the house. Each bulb checked individually to make sure it was working and fit the color scheme that would eventually be a part of a light show to dazzle. That same process followed for all 655,555-plus lights throughout the display. We started with the archways and things we didn't have to mow around, he said. Grass was a problem because it was still growing season and they had to consider that. We could weed-eat after that, but it takes between 8 9 hours to do, he said. Very tedious.