well Houston at one point was Texas's fastest growing metropolitan area until the 2016 Hurricane Harvey hit, which made everything slow down. Austin is Texas's fastest growing metro areas compared to Dallas-Fort Worth, last year it was reported Austin was the US's 4th fastest growing metro areas in the country.
this becoming quite common here in Houston, a lot of mix-used developments coming. I heard yesterday, we have another 13 mix-use development projects coming. but of course Houston's growing population, this was coming.
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