Articles of Interest

April 23, 2013
Energy Corridor Launches Car Sharing

Tenants of Eldridge Place may feel a little more comfortable with taking public transit or carpooling to work now–car sharing officially launches today. The property now boasts two hybrid vehicles, the first installation of The Energy Corridor District’s Enterprise CarShare program. (Above, District general manager Clark Martinson, in the hat, with Enterprise CarShare director MikeGuadagnoli.) […]

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April 12, 2013
2013 Landmark Awards: Central Park

Finalist: Land Deal M.D. Anderson Cancer Center is the first buyer in Central Park, the largest remaining parcel available for development in the Energy Corridor. The hospital contracted 80 acres in 2012, which is located on the north side of Interstate 10 between North Eldridge Parkway and State Highway 6. Envisioned uses for the entire […]

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February 3, 2013
BREAKING NEWS: CORE’S Big Energy Corridor Deal

CORE Real Estate just closed on 32 acres along I-10 in the Energy Corridor and is gearing up a large mixed-use project. Will the submarket get some of the retail and hotel uses it’s craving? We heard the news from CORE’s Ric Pipkin at Bisnow’s Future of the Energy Corridor event Friday. (Above, we found […]

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January 22, 2013
Energy Corridor’s Newest Project

Wolff Cos is gearing up a new project in the Energy Corridor, Central Park. It’s the largest remaining parcel available for development in the Corridor, and the first tract is already gone. (So if you need space for your pitch-and-putt golf course, you better move quickly.) MD Anderson acquired 35 acres, joining Methodist and Texas […]

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December 21, 2012
M.D. Anderson snags prime tract in Energy Corridor

Alongside the bustling traffic on Interstate 10, an unscathed tract of land in the Energy Corridor has beckoned developers for more than four decades. The land, known as Central Park, had been under contract several times to various companies over the years, but all previous plans on the 82 acres fell through until last week, […]

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