Zieben Group featured in Houston Business Journal Article

Other developers are also getting into the mixed-income housing market. For example, Lee Zieben of the Zieben Group is building a four-story, 350-unit workforce apartment complex called Residences at Hardy Yards on a 45-acre former railyard site just north of downtown Houston.

Gulf Coast Arms Mentioned in Politico Article

Houston’s Learning Curve It’s one of the most diverse, one of the poorest and one of the best public school systems in the country. But there’s still a lot of work to do. Read Article with Photos at Politico.com “HISD has a lot of good intentions,” says Adeeb Barqawi....

Three Neighborhoods on the Rebound

Three struggling Inner City submarkets identified as “community reinvestment areas” by the City of Houston Housing & Community Development are getting quite the boost—$2.3 billion of public and private investment.

Council Member Jerry Davis Committed to Empowering Communities

Councilman Jerry Davis, Congresswoman Sheila Jackson-Lee, HDHHS Director Stephen Williams, local businessman Lee Zieben, and non-profit, ProUnitas all come together for the benefit of Kashmere Gardens Community Groundbreaking new Pilot Project in Kashmere Gardens at...