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Downtown Houston's Newest Park Increases Green Space Access

12/5/22
The official opening of downtown Houston’s newest park will mark a key milestone in the ongoing effort to improve the city’s prime commercial district – everyone living downtown will be within…
Living In Houston

Houston's Flourishing Mural Art Scene

11/3/22
If you walk through any Houston neighborhood, you’ll find walls covered in murals. And it isn’t by coincidence. Over the past decade, cities around the country, including Houston, have embraced the…
Living In Houston

How Houston has Evolved to Embrace Multimodal Transportation

10/28/22
Houston often makes lists of some of the nation’s most sprawling, car-centric metros. But, the city has evolved over the years to include more light rail and other multimodal transportation options…
Living In Houston

Cruise Terminal Upgrades, Additions in Galveston Will Draw Tourism, Money to Region

10/20/22
The Port of Galveston is investing an estimated $33 million in cruise-related infrastructure projects as the demand continues to grow. “You’ve got to spend money to make money,” Rodger Rees,…
Economic Development

Regions and Neighborhoods: Greater Northside Management District Reflects Houston's Diversity

10/5/22
Houston’s Greater Northside is home to a lot of gems, including Instagram-worthy scenes, diverse cuisine, historic neighborhoods, parks and trails and the iconic Houston Farmers Market. The…
Living In Houston

Top Festivals This Fall in Houston

9/8/22
Fall in Houston is a great time to be outside; sipping warm cider, sitting around a fire and, of course, attending one of the many festivals our city has to offer. Come October, the greater Houston…