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Detailing Central Houston's new ten residential projectsDetailing Central Houston's new ten residential projectshttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=23762014-11-24T19:29:00Z2014-11-24T10:00:00Z

HOUSTON - Surge Homes Development LLC, a new Houston real estate developer and builder, is launching ten residential projects, mostly inside the I-610 loop.

Surge plans to build single-family homes, townhomes and Class A condominiums in prime neighborhoods. Prices will range from $125,000 for a condo unit in Midtown to $1.5 million for a single-family home in The Heights.

The company was recently founded by Louis Conrad and Ben Lemieux, who each have nearly 25 years of experience in the real estate industry, developing single-family homes and condominiums in Canada and Houston.

Here are the details of the new projects:

•  Downtown (103 N. Jackson St.): Condos from $125,000 to $755,000

•  Greater Heights (1800 W. 15th St.): Single-family homes from $535,000 to $954,000

•  Houston Heights (150 Frasier St.): Single-family homes from $631,000 to $1,465,000

•  Midtown (4001 Main St.): Condos from $125,000 to $757,000 and townhomes from $360,000 to $659,000

•  Midtown (2401 Crawford St.): Condos from $144,000 to $288,000, townhomes at $342,000, sky townhomes from $219,000 to $432,000 and single-family homes from $425,000 to $728,000

•  Museum District (1820 Binz St.): Townhomes from $391,000 to $521,000 and single-family homes from $520,000 to $929,000

•  Museum District (4819 Caroline St.): Condos from $125,000 to $883,000 and single-family homes from $550,000 to $984,000

•  Spring Branch East (7500 Westview Drive): Single-family homes from $401,000 to $964,000

•  Upper Kirby (3410 Morningside Dr.): Townhomes from $391,000 to $521,000 and single-family homes from $430,000 to $1,087,000

•  Woodland Heights (2810 Beauchamp St.): Townhomes from $319,000 to $637,000 and single-family homes from $565,000 to $1,007,000

Read more at the Houston Business Journal.

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