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Jul 6, 2021
Model Homes to Open at Beacon Hill, Mixed-Use Community in Waller County this Weekend Wednesday, June 30, 2021

Long Lake and Woodmere Development anticipate delivery of up to 50 new homes in 2021 in new master-planned community serving Waller, Hempstead and surrounding areas

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Nov 12, 2020


“City of Waller: Small Town Feel and Big Town Opportunities”

BISNOW Webinar – September 3, 2020

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By Biz Journal | Jul 13, 2020

"We have many, many more jobs than population, so we definitely needed some single family," John Isom, director of the city of Waller's economic development council, told the Houston Business Journal.

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By Houston Business Journal | Jul 12, 2020

David Wolff remembers the skepticism that his namesake company, Houston-based Wolff Cos., faced when they purchased the 550 acres that became Park 10 Regional Business Center, a master-planned mixed-use development in the Energy Corridor. Before Wolff developed Park 10 in the '70s, though, the Energy Corridor moniker wasn't around yet. That park catalyzed development in west Houston and ultimately helped established it as Houston's... Read More

By Bisnow Houston | Jun 18, 2020

The city of Waller is about 45 miles northwest of Downtown Houston. For some Houstonians, it’s just another small town along Highway 290, something you wouldn’t even notice passing through on your way to Austin, except for the lure of a Buc-ee’s bathroom break and snacks. Though rural in appearance, Waller and the surrounding area have been undergoing steady industrial and residential growth over the last five years.

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By John Isom | Oct 11, 2017

Over the last three years, the City of Waller has negotiated with the City of Houston to receive a transfer of  2,278 acres into the Waller extraterritorial  jurisdiction.   This action was important to protect Waller’s sales tax potential as we grow in the future.

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By John Isom | Oct 11, 2017
Plan to spur development of Downtown area

The City of Waller, in conjunction with the Waller Economic Development Corporation (WEDC), completed a Livable Center plan in 2009.  This plan, 80% funded by the Houston-Galveston Area Council (H-GAC) with federal transportation funds,  engaged the Waller community through several public meetings, and examined three areas within the City of Waller in determining how to best plan for future quality of life in Waller.

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By Burckhardt Compression Holding AG | Aug 10, 2016

Burckhardt Compression celebrated the grand opening event of its new assembly facility in the US located in Waller, TX.

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By Texas Economic Development Council | Sep 15, 2015

TEDC announced the recipients of its annual Community Economic Development Awards (CEDA) for 2015.

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