ULI proposes tax incentive to spur residential development in East End (HBJ)

Photo Courtesy of HBJ

Photo Courtesy of HBJ

By Paul Takahashi
The Urban Land Institute of Houston is proposing a new tax incentive to spur residential development in the city’s East End neighborhood.

In November, the nonprofit group convened a panel of urban planners and developers to discuss ways the city of Houston could redevelop the East End, located between downtown Houston, Hobby Airport and the Port of Houston. ULI released the results of its panel discussion in a new report, issued Feb. 25.

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