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Mamma Altman's Kangaroo Pizza

Mamma Altman's is a Pizza & Catering company providing the whole experience. From pickup/delivery food to catering. Giving you a one-stop shop to accomplish the party experience or activity, giving you more alternatives.  

Retail Solutions

Retail Solutions is a retail and commercial real estate brokerage firm offering property leasing, full tenant representation and investment sales services.

University of Houston - Downtown

The University of Houston-Downtown is a comprehensive four-year university offering bachelor's and master's degree programs aimed at career preparation.  

Northline Commons

Northline Commons offers value-based shopping, food, and entertainment for Houston's Northside.  Celebrating more than 50 years, Northline was one of Houston's first shopping malls. In 2008, Northline reopened as an open-air shopping center focused on delivering value for Houston's Northside.

Northline Commons History


Excavation begins on 85-acre site that will house one of the biggest shopping malls in Texas


The new Northline Shopping City opens as one of Houston’s first shopping malls and quickly becomes the premier shopping destination in the bayou city


Western music singer Ray Frushay becomes Johnny Northline, the new symbol of Northline Shopping City


Northline Shopping City changes its name to Northline Mall


Northline teams up with the American Heart Association to start a walking course at the mall


College students begin to enroll at new Houston Community College’s Northline campus


Shoes and sporting gear fly off the shelves as Footlocker at Northline becomes one of the highest selling stores in the nation


Northline Mall supports the home team by hosting a Houston Oilers rally


Magic Johnson Theatre joins the Northline family


Northline Mall changes its name to Northline Commons and undergoes extensive renovation to sprout new urban design and popular retailers


Northline Commons provides northwest and inner-loop residents a new destination to run all of their errands. Houstonians can eat, shop, bank, and even get their hair cut, all at Northline’s convenient open-air shopping center