Westway Park Boulevard Extension to Improve Area Traffic Circulation

Tuesday, April 26, 2016

A plan to extend Westway Park Boulevard northward will improve access to the park’s amenities and overall traffic circulation in the area. The extension project is expected to begin in the summer of 2016.

According to David W. Hightower, Executive Vice President and Chief Development Officer of Wolff Companies, “The extension will improve access to Westway Park and allow more people to easily reach its offices, hotels and retail.” Specifically, the new connection will allow drivers to access Westway Park via the new Tanner exit ramp and avoid the busy intersection at Beltway 8 and Clay Road.

Wolff Companies’ original master plan for Westway Park provided for the eventual street extension knowing it would be important for the area’s long term success. Mr. Hightower adds, “It is important, especially in today’s environment, to continue to make investments in infrastrcture and improve mobility and connectivity in the business parks we have developed and continue to manage.”

 

When completed, Westway Park Blvd. will improve access to Westway Park and circulation in the area.
Westway Park is a 150-acre, master-planned office park, located at the intersection of the Sam Houston Tollway and Clay Road, between Interstate 10 and U.S. 290. The development includes offices for OneSubsea, GE Oil & Gas, Travelers, Schneider Electric, PLC and Superior Energy Services, hotels and retail services.

About Wolff Companies

Now in its fifth decade, Wolff Companies has been a leader in developing master-planned, mixed-use business communities in the Houston area. The company’s developments include: Beltway; Park 10; Interwood; Westway Park; First Crossing; Ten Oaks at the Texas Medical Center – West Campus and Central Park. The American Society of Landscape Architects and the Municipal Art Commission have all recognized Wolff Companies’ developments for enhancing and preserving the natural beauty of the land, while meeting the ever-changing needs of business. For more information, please visit www.wolffcompanies.com.

FOR INFORMATION ABOUT PROPERTIES:

David W. Hightower, CCIM, CRE

Executive Vice President

Phone: 713-626-8050

dwh@wolffcompanies.com
FOR ALL OTHER INQUIRIES:

Carolyn W. Dorros

Vice President

Phone: 713-626-8050

cwd@wolffcompanies.com

About Wolff Companies
For over 40 years, Wolff Companies has been a leader in developing master-planned, mixed-use business communities in the Houston area. The company’s developments include: Beltway; Park 10; Interwood; Westway Park; First Crossing; and Ten Oaks at the Texas Medical Center – West Campus.  The American Society of Landscape Architects, Scenic Houston, Keep America Beautiful, the American Institute of Architects and the Municipal Art Commission have all recognized Wolff Companies’ developments for enhancing and preserving the natural beauty of land, while meeting the ever-changing needs of business. For more information, www.wolffcompanies.com.

For additional information on this release, please contact:
Phone: (713) 626-8050
Fax: (713) 626-3093
Email: info@wolffcompanies.com