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Howard Hughes CEO details plans to grow to $219M in net operating income by 2019

As The Howard Hughes Corp. concentrates on development in New York City, The Woodlands outside of Houston, Las Vegas and elsewhere, Weinreb said he's bullish on the future of the company, as well as the firm's home market of Dallas.

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Iconic Italian Fashion Store, 10 Corso Como, to Open at the Seaport District

10 Corso Como—the globally acclaimed store named after its Milan address—is coming to New York in 2017.

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Paradise, Hawaiian Style in Oahu Development

The Howard Hughes Corporation's 60-acre project is one of Honolulu’s biggest urban expansions since the 1990s.

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Hughes Landing Wins Coveted Houston Business Journal's Landmark Award

Hughes Landing® - the premier “lifestyle intersection” situated on Lake Woodlands® in the acclaimed master planned community - garnered the 2016 Houston Business Journal’s Landmark Award in the mixed-use category.

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Summerlin Ranked Fourth in the U.S. for Home Sales

Summerlin, a 22,500-acre master-planned community in northwestern Las Vegas, finished fourth nationwide for home and lot sales during the first six months of 2016.

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Helicopter Tour Offers Bird's Eye View of Bridgeland

Bridgeland, which is celebrating its 10th anniversary this fall, has about 2,600 homes on the ground out of about 19,000 homes planned for this massive community.

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Wilton Rancheria Chooses Elk Grove Site for Resort, Casino

Howard Hughes has entered into an option agreement for the sale of land to the Wilton Rancheria tribe for a resort and casino which will serve as an ideal complement to the new town square environment next to The Outlet Collection at Elk Grove.

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Hillwood, Howard Hughes Corp. to Develop 2M SF at Westlake's Circle T Ranch

Fort Worth-based Hillwood and The Howard Hughes Corp. (NYSE: HHC) of Dallas have launched a 130-acre, mixed-use development at the junction of State Highway 114 and State Highway 170.

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