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Downtown began its renewal in the mid-1990s, and since then, more than $4 billion of buildings, parks and infrastructure have been completed. We are now entering a new and amazing era of development, as it takes advantage of previous investment and foresee some $3 billion more of upcoming projects.

The Basics. The Resource section of this webportal contains a wealth of information for anyone that does business or is interested in doing business in downtown Houston. It includes some of the most requested documents and maps.

Putting together a marketing package on Downtown? You'll find an abundance of information throughout our website, but we know busy professionals like you may not have the time to browse. Therefore, we've assembled some of our most requested documents here for you. For an overview of the Downtown market, we have a PDF of a recent PowerPoint presentation, our 3Q14 Real Estate Update, and a one-page graphic brochure titled Why Downtown? For an update on the multiple development projects going on downtown, we have a Downtown Development Map with Development Renderings and a list of current and past development projects by year. Other frequently requested maps include our Hotel Map, Residential Properties Map, Ingress/Egress Map and Block Map. See also our Major Relocations to Downtown and our residential incentive program and boundary map.

NEW! Downtown Retail Task Force Report, Sept. 12, 2013

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Looking across the Downtown landscape these days, there’s an endless state of activity. It seems everywhere you look, something is ...

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Located between Market Square Park and Minute Maid Park, at the corner of Texas Avenue and Fannin, stands the Gothic ...

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