The oldest home in Houston has been around for 170 years, and in that time it’s seen more change than its original builder could ever have dreamed of. When we develop a project, we want it to last long after we’re gone, making memories for every family that calls it home.
Robert Davis’ passion for design and building goes all the way back to his childhood. His father, an aeronautical engineer who designed planes for Douglas Aircraft during World War II, instilled in him the sensibilities of the artist-engineer, sensibilities that would ultimately lead him to his life’s purpose as a builder.
“I would recommend Robert Davis as a highly qualified builder of town-homes and/ or patio homes in a mixed-use environment. Davis is particularly skilled in the selection and management of his architects and the design process. Being a key partner in all our efforts to bring medical and retail uses to Lake Pointe.”
Les A. Newton, President
Planned Community Developers, Ltd
“Robert Davis’ approach to collaboration, sensitivity to quality environments, and capability in all phases of development, from planning and design to project implementation, is impressive.”
– Robert Heineman
The Woodlands Development Company
“There is no question that Robert Davis has the ability to prepare market relevant designs and floor plans for custom homes. Davis quality design expands the product range in master planned communities that he builds in.”
-Thomas J. D’Alesandro, President
On Tuesday, Jan. 31, BBVA Compass and national television personality and lifestyle expert Sandra Lee invited guests to celebrate the bank’s “51 Ways to #LiveBright in Houston” at the “BBVA Compass Big Game Headquarters” located at 5201 Green Tree Road in Tanglewood.
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We all know there are thousands of things to do in Houston, especially during Super Bowl week.
But as part of its Live Bright in Houston campaign, BBVA Compass concentrated on 51 Things to Do in Houston as a “playbook to the Bayou City” during Super Bowl LI (51, get it?).