Danny Contreras, Humble Rotary president, Mark Mitchell, president of the Lake Houston EDP, and Pam McNair, Harvey Relief Fund co-chair, hope to help local businesses that suffered from Harvey.


Humble Rotary Foundation’s Harvey Relief Fund made a $20,000 matching contribution to the Lake Houston Harvey Small Business Grant Program. “We knew that many of our small businesses were still struggling after Hurricane Harvey and we felt that partnering with an existing and successful program made the most sense,” Pam McNair, Harvey Relief Fund co-chair, said. The Harvey Small Business Grant program has helped over 20 Lake Houston area businesses and recently eclipsed the $100,000 mark. To apply for a grant from the Lake Houston Harvey Small Business Grant Program, go to lakehoustonedp.org/grant and fill out the application. Contact the LHEDP office at 281-446-2128 with any questions.



Baker Katz has announced the remodel and sale of the 24 Hour Fitness-anchored center in Humble. The 52,744-square-foot center located at 7068 FM 1960 was sold to 2ML Atascocita, LLC. Joe Silver with Streetwise Retail Advisors represented the buyer and Neal Wade with Baker Katz represented the seller. Baker Katz completed a remodel on the building and coordinated leases to bring in national tenants, including CareNow and Potbelly.



Houston can brag about having not one, but two airports in the Top 10 of its size classification in the J.D. Power 2018 North America Airport Satisfaction Study recently released. Bush Intercontinental saw its score improve to 769 (on a scale of 1,000) and tied with Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport for sixth on the list of “mega” airports, well above the median score of 758 for the largest airports in North America. That result raised Bush Airport five spots from its ranking in 2017. William P. Hobby saw its score raise slightly, to 768 (on a scale of 1,000), putting it in a tie with Salt Lake City for the No. 10 spot on the large airport list. More information can be found at JDPower.com.



Texas-based, private equity firm ZT Corporate announced that they completed the acquisition of six Neighbors Emergency Centers in the Greater Houston area. The freestanding emergency centers were awarded to ZT Corporate and Altus Healthcare System on Sept. 12 after a 30-hour extensive bidding war where the two companies pulled the consortium together for the win. The auction process was extremely competitive with multiple ambitious bidders in attendance. This acquisition expands the company’s health portfolio to include Neighbors facilities in Baytown, Pasadena, Crosby, Porter, Pearland and Kingwood.

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