Summer 2014

The summer issue both recognizes downtown Houston’s past and looks to its exciting future with a features on the booming residential development currently taking place and articles highlighting two downtown mainstays, Brown Book Shop and Christ Church Cathedral. Residential development in downtown Houston has gone through a series of fits and starts, but there’s no denying that a building boom is afoot with no fewer than 3,600 new residential project either in the planning stages or well underway. Also inside, you’ll find this quarter’s Hot Co., Heritage Texas Properties, downtown Houston’s only brokerage office focusing on the residential market of buying and selling real estate in the city’s center. Don’t forget the regulars—BackstageDatebook and Plate, your go-to guides for the best places and events in Downtown Houston!


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Downtown is a quarterly publication produced by the Downtown District and Houston Downtown Alliance.
Our publication is part city magazine, part guide. You'll find interesting and topical editorials and profiles as well as a comprehensive dining guide and datebook sharing info on what to do and where to go downtown.
Our target audiences are downtown workers, residents, and visitors, both local and out-of-town. We currently distribute 70,000 magazines per quarter; it is also online and is available as an in-room magazine at the following downtown hotels: Doubletree, Four Seasons, Hilton Americas, Hyatt and the Lancaster Hotel.


If you're interested in advertising in Downtown Magazine, see our 2014 rate card.

Any questions or for more info:
Angie Bertinot
Downtown District, Director of Marketing


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