For a 19-year-old Hugo Ortega, owning a building on Westheimer Road in Montrose seemed like an impossible dream. Ortega arrived in Houston from Mexico in 1984, was unemployed and had only his cousin as a connection in town.
“I used to go through Westheimer looking for work,” he said. “As I walked past the buildings, including the one where Hugo now stands, I was like, ‘I wonder how much it would cost to buy one of these buildings.'”
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