Local Developers Plan to Break Ground in Downtown Houston on New Mid-Rise Luxury Development

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City View Terrace coming soon to downtown Houston.

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A brand-new development is underway in downtown Houston. City View Terrace is an exciting new building that will comprise a full city block, with residential units and full retail.

The City View Terrace project is a joint venture between two partners, Abdul Dawood and Dan Nip at City View LLC. This $60 million project is anticipated to generate over 700 jobs for Houston, making a positive and pioneering step toward the revitalization of East Downtown Houston.

City View Terrace will also have 12 stories and 336 residential units. The building is sure to become a hotspot for eating, shopping and living. To date, this is the largest development ever in its category. The anticipated date of completion is 2017.

City View Terrace is paving the way for other investors to enter the market. It is being developed by Premier Regional Center, a real estate investment company in Sugar Land, TX. To learn more about Premier Regional Center, the City View Terrace project and potential investment opportunities, visit http://www.premierregionalcenter.com/.

About the company:
City View Terrace is a brand-new development currently under construction in downtown Houston. The project, being developed by Premier Regional Center, is set to add a number of jobs, with 18,000 square feet of restaurant space and 28,412 square feet of retail space. Premier Regional Center combines a passion for real estate with a commitment to their client’s projects. They pride themselves on top-notch customer care and can help with investment objectives. They are looking for investors to become a part of the new and innovative project at City View Terrace. City View Terrace is transforming Eastern Downtown Houston, creating a positive and potentially successful future for the area and paving the way for other investors. For more information about the City View Terrace project, call 832-857-0747 or visit http://www.premierregionalcenter.com.

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