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SWRE Real Estate
10030 Cedardale Dr. Houston, TX 77055
Phone: 713-470-2161



It's not the first time I do business with Mark and the Fuller team. Very professional, very dynamic and very effective! Great team, highly recommended. Bowers Pine Court 12/04/2017
Mark and his team worked hard for our home sale. They provided good advice, good ideas, good strategies...and lots and lots of time putting our home in front of potential buyers. And, we really liked them and enjoyed our frequent phone discussions. Sunset Falls CT 11/07/2017
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Swamplot Houston RE News

You’ll find informative and entertaining stories about Houston real estate 

How Buffalo Bayou’s Newest South-Side Trail Segment Will Inch Its Way from Fannin St. Toward 59

Harris County and the trailblazing Buffalo Bayou Partnership will soon clear the way for a new trail segment on the south side of the bayou by demolishing the vacant 1119 Commerce Building warehouse along with portions of the inmate processing center to its east. Pictured above, 1119 Commerce St. spans the width between San Jacinto St. and the Fannin St. bridge at which the existing trail terminates. Harris County Flood Control district bought the building in 2010 as part of its efforts to smooth out that sharp oxbow where White Oak and Buffalo bayous meet and allow more water to flow through Downtown. But a lot of that water ended up flowing through the building itself, dampening its below-street levels on at least 4 occasions since the county’s purchase. The year after a 2015 checkup found that the structure’s lower-level steel columns were “95 percent rusted,” the flood control district axed its lease with former tenant Quiznos in preparation to bring down the 94-year-old house, originally built for the Texas Packing Company. After the trail takes over the lot occupied by the not-yet-demolished building, it’ll butt up next against the adjacent Harris County Inmate Processing Center at 1201 Commerce: It’s viewed here from the east up above the bayou. On the left side of the photo, you can make out the end of the windowless sally port that plugs into it from the jailhouse on the opposite side of the waterway. East of that hookup, red lines indicate a corridor where some jailbreaking will clear a path for the new right of way planned to continue beneath the structure. Here’s what the building looks like from its more often seen Commerce St.-side: Beyond it lies a row of surface parking lots where the trail is planned to continue on its way toward 59. Photo of 1119 Commerce St.: Arch-ive. Photos of 1201 Commerce St.: Buffalo Bayou Partnership (waterfront); Gil G. (entrance) … Read More

Pools and Ponds Back To Holding Water Again After Flood Repairs Subside on Parkside at Memorial’s Amenities

See that faint watermark in the aerial photo taken from up on the balcony? That’s the lap pool at the Parkside at Memorial Apartments just south of Memorial Dr., buried under more water than it’s designed to hold after the release of the Addicks and Barker reservoirs last August. Throughout the first floor of the surrounding buildings, the tide peaked at over 5-and-a-half ft. Workers spent the last 9 months helping the 4-year-old complex make a comeback; its leasing center officially reopened late last month — and on-site amenities now look less divey and more like the refurbished lap pool shown in the photo at top. Other aquatic areas that took on more than they could handle include the complex’s other pool: Along with a backyard detention pond: The second pool deck has been refurnished like so: An official grand re-opening of the leasing center is planned for July 26: Photos: Parkside at Memorial … Read More
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