PHASE I RESTAURANT/RETAIL
- 5,100 SF of Premier Downtown Restaurant Space, at the Heart of Market Square.
- 1,590 SF of Restaurant/Retail space PARKING GARAGE
- 900 Parking Spaces TUNNEL CONNECTION
- Construction planned to connect to the tunnel system
TOTAL PHASE I & PHASE II
41 LEVEL FULL SERVICE TOWER
- Rentable Building Area: 750,000 SF
- 28,000 SF of retail including 6,000 SF fitness center • Expected LEED® Platinum certification
- Opportunities for two restaurants / cafés with outdoor seating
- 11 levels of above ground parking
- 2 loading docks
- Tunnel easement agreement to connect to the downtown pedestrian tunnel system
There are currently over 1,000 multifamily units within three blocks of the site, more than any other site downtown. Due to the neighborhood amenities, there are two more planned projects around Market Square Park, including Hines’ 270-unit class A high-rise multifamily development.
- 12 Fortune 500 companies are headquartered Downtown.
- There are 150,000 employees in 44 Million square feet of office space in downtown Houston.
- Over 55,000 people live in and around downtown Houston, and 220,000 people visit downtown on a daily basis.
- Every year 1.2 million people stay in downtown Houston hotels.
- An additional 2,461 hotel rooms under construction will bring downtown’s hotel room count to 7,700 rooms in 24 Hotels
- Over 60,000 university students have easy access to downtown via MetroRail. Weekday MetroRail ridership is approximately 40,000.
- 1.8 Million square feet of convention space at the George R. Brown Convention Center comprise one of the top 10 largest conference facilities in the U.S.
- 11 million people attend downtown Houston culture and entertainment attractions annually.
- 3 Professional sports teams – Astros, Rockets, and Dynamo – play in downtown stadiums.
- The 2nd largest concentrated theater district in the country features Ballet, Symphony, Opera,
Theater, and other Live Entertainment.
MARKET SQUARE PARK
Located in the epicenter of the Skyline, Theater and Historic Districts is Market Square Park, the original heart of community activity in downtown Houston. Combining live entertainment, casual dining, shady walkways and a dog run, Market Square Park is reminiscent of another era where neighbors gather and enjoy the space they call home. In the 1900s, Market Square was the site of the original City Hall, and now plays host to community meetings, dining options, movies on the lawn and free yoga sessions.