The West Houston Association recently installed two new officers to its board of directors this year, Peter Houghton as chairman and John Moody as vice chairman. Houghton is vice president of master-planned communities for Bridgeland, an 11,400-acre development in northwest Houston that is owned by the Howard Hughes Corporation. He has been involved in several notable projects during his lengthy tenure in Houston land development, including Cinco Ranch, Greatwood, Telfair and Eagle Springs. Active in the industry since 1978, Houghton has worked for such well-known companies as American General, Terrabrook, Newland Communities and General Growth Properties. Houghton also has been an active community volunteer, serving on the boards of the Katy YMCA, Katy Chamber of Commerce, the North Fort Bend Water Authority and numerous homeowners associations.
Moody is the organizer and sponsor of Parkside Capital Land Fund, Ltd., and has a long history in the Houston real estate industry. He began his career as founder of Wood, Campbell, Moody & Gibbs, a commercial law firm, and was later responsible for the management of more than $3 billion in assets for Paine Webber Properties. Moody also has led the operations of Cornerstone Properties, Marsh & McLennan Realty Advisors and HRO Asset Management. In addition to the West Houston Association, Moody serves on the boards of the Potlatch Corporation, Huron Consulting Group, Inc., Hines Global REIT and the St. John’s School.
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