What thrived during the Texas coast recession is a story how two developers came out smelling like a rose. This study is about the lessons learned from two “high-end real estate project developers” that thrived during the worse recession and storms to hit the Texas coast in history. A silver lining from the unfortunate times the region experienced from 2008 to 2012, and a … [Read more...] about What thrived and dived during the Texas coast recession?
A new casino ship has docked in the Port Aransas area. The ship, which was formally called Jacks or Better is in its new home at the Tarpon Shores Bait and Beers Stand, which is on the road between the Port Aransas Ferry and Aransas Pass. The Aransas Queen will sail six days a week, with both day and evening cruises, as well as special events for holidays. There will be … [Read more...] about Casino Ship Docks in Port Aransas Corpus Christi area
The U.S. shale revolution has spurred construction of many types—remote-site roads, natural-gas processing plants, pipelines, storage-tank farms and petrochemical projects, among them—but few, if any, projects are as challenging to develop, permit, finance and build as the multibillion-dollar plans to liquefy natural gas and load the resulting LNG for shipment … [Read more...] about Expansion in Natural Gas Spurs Big Plans for Corpus Christi
Corpus Christi is seeing explosive economic growth from Eagle Ford Shale. More than $3.8 billion in projects are under construction at the Port of Corpus Christi, with $12 billion more in the permitting phase. Projects include: A $10 billion Cheniere Energy Inc. natural-gas liquefaction plant, handling shale product. Trafigura is undergoing a $500 million expansion of … [Read more...] about Corpus Christi Sees Eagle Ford Shale Benefits
There's a chance that the Texas State Aquarium in Corpus Christi could be expanded, and the Corpus Christi City Council is considering the steps necessary to make the expansion. The aquarium reportedly needs $50 million in funding for a new Caribbean Journey exhibit - a 65,000 square foot addition that could create more than 40 jobs when it opens in 2017. But in order to … [Read more...] about Is Corpus Christi Thinking of Selling the Texas State Aquarium?