As the leading representative from the US’ 4th largest city- Carnan Properties showcases its diverse Commercial Developments and Residential High-Rise Portfolio at IPS.
HOUSTON, March 29, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Carnan Properties, (www.carnanproperties.com), a luxury real estate development brokerage located in the heart of Houston, TX with international reach has been invited as one of six United States firms to attend the International Property Show at the Dubai World Trade CentreApril 2-4.
At IPS, Carnan Properties will present its prestigious portfolio of property listings and investment opportunities provided by DC Partners and Randall Davis. The portfolio includes Houston and San Antonio properties such as the Marlowe, Arabella Condominiums, the Thompson, and a new development on the way, The ARTS Houston located in the heart of the Houston Arts District. “High rises are the future for investment opportunities in Texas” as per CEO – Carmina Zamorano. “It’s a new real estate market concept in Texas that can provide top returns.”
- The Marlowe: a new luxury residential high-rise located steps from Houston’s Toyota Center surrounded by arts and concert facilities consisting of twenty floors and ninety-eight residences, this residence is located in the epicenter of Downtown Houston at the heart of work and play.
- The Arabella Condominiums: an architecturally extravagant residence positioned next to Houston’s River Oaks District at 4521 San Felipe consisting of thirty-three stories and ninety-nine condo units with ten units containing private terrace-top swimming pools, this residence offers lavish extravagance and boasts of superior exterior modeling and customized interior finishes.
- The Thompson: a primer luxury boutique hotel in San Antonio located at the intersection of Lexington Avenue and N. St. Mary’s Street (directly on the Riverwalk) consisting of sixteen stories, one hundred and sixty-seven guest rooms, and fifty residences, this residence offers sweeping city views and unrivaled elegance and comfort.
- The Arts Houston: a new, luxury skyrise located in the heart of the Houston Theatre District which will be constructed at Allen Parkway and Gillette road consisting of thirty-eight floors, one hundred condominiums, and one-hundred and eighty hotel rooms, this residence at the heart of the Theatre Arts District and in partnership with the Thompson Hotel will offer condominiums with skyline views, spa, and premium master bath features.
Houston and San Antonio are two of the most cosmopolitan and diverse cities not only in Texas but in the country as well. These properties, with their customized spaces and beautiful views are in some of the most desirable parts of their respective cities, and investors and buyers will have sports arenas, restaurants, shopping, and movies theaters at their fingertips.
Carnan will offer clients and investors a range of investment strategies to pursue acquisition and development opportunities through the EB-5 Immigrant Investor program, personal funds, and institutional investment partners. “We know the trends, and we believe in providing the best investment options analysis for each our clients. Real state is the safest investment option at any stage of your life,” says Zamorano.
Houston, being the 4th largest city in the US and one of the nation’s Oil & Gas Headquarters, boasts of more than 10 million international travelers through its 3-airport system, over 11,000 restaurants, more than 500 cultural and visual/performing arts locations, more than 90 languages spoken, and has been repeatedly recognized by Forbes magazine as one of the Best Places for Business and Careers. So, it is not surprising that in the past few years Houston has seen investment money from Central and South America, China, and Nigeria.
For more information on Houston and its economic and investment growth, see: http://www.houstontx.gov/
For more information on Carnan Properties listings and investment opportunities, visit: www.carnanproperties.com.
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