Articles of Interest

June 6, 2017
Energy Corridor Land Scarcity Pushes Redevelopment

JUNE 6, 2017 | BY LISA BROWN Redevelopment of older properties being repurposed or completely replaced continues, driven in large part by the scarcity of vacant land in one of the largest growth areas of West Houston. Alexan Ashford, developed by Trammell Crow, is on the former site of Cornelius Nursery. HOUSTON—The Energy Corridor is […]

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April 17, 2017
The “Missing Mile” in the Energy Corridor is Finally Complete

The “Missing Mile” roadway in the Energy Corridor has been completed. The “Missing Mile” is a recently constructed stretch of Park Row, a street that runs parallel to Interstate 10 in west Houston. “The completion of Park Row not only represents a dramatic improvement in transportation in West Houston, but also Houston’s can-do attitude. This […]

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April 11, 2017
Workers complete final segment of Park Row thoroughfare in Energy Corridor

Stakeholders and public members recently met at an Energy Corridor District meeting to discuss the completion of the Park Row thoroughfare, as well as future investment into the Energy Corridor. The final segment of the Park Row thoroughfare has opened in the Energy Corridor, making the four-lane road now drivable from Dairy Ashford Road at […]

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April 10, 2017
Long-Awaited Missing Mile Means Redevelopment

April 10, 2017 by Lisa Brown HOUSTON – The “missing mile” provides an important alternative to the the Katy Freeway and the new segment opens up public transportation for those who work and live in the Energy Corridor. The four-lane thoroughfare is parallel to the Katy Freeway (Interstate 10). The first segment of Park Row was […]

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April 7, 2017
Newly Completed ‘Missing Mile’ Connects Energy Corridor, Katy

The stretch of road in the foreground, known as the ‘missing mile,’ provides back road access from the Energy Corridor to Katy. HOUSTON — Real estate professionals and community leaders in Houston are celebrating the completion of Park Row, a $25 million project that enables back road travel between the Energy Corridor and Katy on the city’s western […]

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