<img height="1" width="1" style="display:none" src="https://www.facebook.com/tr?id=188479728163798&amp;ev=PageView&amp;noscript=1">
Surge Homes Launches Its New Collection of European-Inspired Kitchen, Bathroom Designs

Surge Homes Launches Its New Collection of European-Inspired Kitchen, Bathroom Designs

Museum BLVD Condos Hit the Market

Museum BLVD Condos Hit the Market

Surge Homes Featured in Documentary to Air on Public Television

Surge Homes Featured in Documentary to Air on Public Television

Museum BLVD Condos Come to Life with 3-D Images

Museum BLVD Condos Come to Life with 3-D Images

Surge Homes Principals to Speak at Housing Leadership Summit

Surge Homes Principals to Speak at Housing Leadership Summit

Residents Call Parc at Midtown Home Just in Time for the Holidays

Residents Call Parc at Midtown Home Just in Time for the Holidays

Surge Homes' Property a Finalist for ‘Best Condominium Community’

Surge Homes' Property a Finalist for ‘Best Condominium Community’

Surge Homes® Inducted into the Marvin Hall of Fame for Design Excellence

Surge Homes® Inducted into the Marvin Hall of Fame for Design Excellence

Hurricane Harvey Leaves Surge Homes' Developments 'High, Dry'

Hurricane Harvey Leaves Surge Homes' Developments 'High, Dry'

Surge Homes News

PRESS RELEASE

More than half of homes sold in 14 days

Developer Reveals Renderings for Museum District Condo Community

Local Entrepreneurs Invited to Share Their Successful Initiatives with Nation's Top Homebuilders

Dreams become reality as buyers transition into owners at this Surge Homes development

Parc at Midtown nominated for the NAHB Multifamily Pillars of the Industry Award

PRESS RELEASE HOUSTON – (Sept. 15, 2017) – On behalf of the Surge Homes team, Benoit Lemieux and Louis Conrad were honored yesterday in Washington, with BUILDER magazine’s 2017 William S. Marvin Hall of Fame for Design Excellence award. Surge Homes is the only Texas builder to be inducted into the ...

PRESS RELEASE HOUSTON – (Sept. 8, 2017) – When Surge Homes® began developing residential communities in Houston's Inner Loop in 2015, they -- along with most Houstonians -- had not been through a storm like Harvey.  
Next