After the news broke of the fatal shooting of three police officers in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Houston was thrust into the national spotlight.
The city’s mayor, Sylvester Turner, has since been arrested for violating a curfew, but the mayor has since stepped down.
On Friday, a Houston city councilmember named Kevin Kelley announced plans to build a $100 billion high-rises office building on the site of the historic Battery Park City, a former military base, and called for the city to be “the center of the universe.”
But the building’s developer, The Carlyle Group, has already begun work on the project, which has been called the “largest residential project in the world.”
The new building is the first of its kind in Houston, and the first large-scale residential development to be built in the city since the collapse of the Tower of Pisa in 1961.
While Houston is home to one of the largest concentration of African American populations in the country, the development comes at a critical time in Houston’s history.
The construction of the project will bring more than 50,000 people to the city, many of whom are the residents of the historically black city of Houston.
While the development has been approved, the city is in the midst of a major planning and design review process for the development, which is expected to take several years.
The development is also an important part of Houston’s ongoing efforts to diversify the city’s economic base.
Houston is the only city in the United States to have no census tracts designated as Black, Latino, Asian, or other ethnicities.
The project, as well as the citywide debate over gentrification, have created a climate that’s already making it harder for people to find affordable housing.
The Carlyles project, however, is different from other large-format office buildings in Houston because it is intended to be the “center of the Universe.”
This means the entire building will be located in one area of the city.
The new high-end building will include more than 20,000 square feet of office space.
The building’s design and construction has been designed to be more affordable than other large office buildings, and it will feature more than 25,000 windows, which will be used to maximize the building and the city as a whole.
The space inside the building will have a “living room” that will include a fitness center, a “vintage-inspired dining room,” a “modern-day outdoor theater” and a large “vacation room.”
The building will also feature a “gated, glassed-in lobby” with two parking spaces.
Houston will have three new office towers in the coming years, and with the construction in the works, the developers of the development are also working to add two more high-density residential buildings.
In addition to the new high rise, The Carroll Group is also working on a massive apartment complex for the City of Houston, with the completion of this project set for 2019.
While The Carlyas high-tech office building is still a few years away, Houston has already had a significant change in its skyline in the past few years.
A group of residents led by former Mayor Sylvesters Mayor of Houston John Wiley Price took over the city from the Houston Police Department.
The group has since become the largest group of people in the Houston area to take control of the Houston’s housing market.
As the price of housing in Houston has decreased, a lot of developers have been able to attract large groups of people to move into the city for cheap rent.
The Houston population is now more than half black and half Latino, and as a result, the number of African Americans moving into the Houston market has increased.
The rise in the African American population in Houston is a direct result of the influx of African-Americans into the area.
With more African Americans living in the area, the density of African populations in Houston will continue to increase.
While a lot has changed in the history of the area since the 1970s, the history that has been rewritten in Houston over the past three decades is largely the same.
The number of black people in Houston declined from about 11 percent in 1975 to about 3 percent in 2007.
The decline in the population of African people in that period was due to the economic crisis, which resulted in the displacement of hundreds of thousands of African Texans and the displacement and incarceration of thousands more.
In the 1980s, black people were nearly one-third of the population, but in 2007, the population was one-tenth of the total population.
Since the 1970, however the number has remained steady, and in 2007 Houston had a population of about 5,000,000.
The growth of the African population in the metropolitan area has been largely driven by the influx into the region from the Caribbean, where there are a higher proportion of African immigrants than anywhere else in the U.S. According to the Census Bureau, there were 1