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Current Issue
Fall 2020

When we look back at 2020, what will we remember? Certainly we’ve  seen more than our share of social unrest and economic hardship. We know COVID-19 will continue to impact us for some time to come. But we also believe in our future. We see beyond the struggles of today. We see resilience in the face of adversity, new openness to the experiences of others and tremendous innovation by business owners—both large and small—as they find success despite today’s challenges. That’s why we choose to celebrate and look ahead with this issue. When we activated Market Square Park a decade ago, we hoped we were creating something that would define that part of Downtown. Mission accomplished. Starting on page 24, we count down 100 of our favorite things about this dynamic little green space and invite you to share yours! We’re also telling you more about the three new business incubators and accelerators in Amegy on Main. Read all about it starting on page 17. Need a change of scenery? We’ve got a solution for you starting on page 41. Take a look at our extensive listing of restaurants starting on page 45. Visit us online at downtownhouston.org, where we always keep you up to date on what’s happening. And thank you for reading downtown!

Read Downtown Magazine online or download a PDF.

Downtown is a quarterly publication produced by the Downtown District. 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.
 
If you're interested in advertising in Downtown Magazine, see our 2020 rate card.

Any questions or for more info:
Angie Bertinot
Downtown District, Director of Marketing
713.650.3022
angie@downtowndistrict.org


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