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Energy Corridor Commercial Space

Houston, Tx

Energy Corridor at a Glance

$ 31 /ft

The average cost per square foot per year in Energy Corridor

Located along Interstate 10, Houston’s Energy Corridor is a district of the city of Houston. Loosely bounded to the area north of the Katy Freeway (Interstate 10) and Briar Forest Drive to the south, the Energy Corridor extended from Kirkwood Road to the east and Barker Cypress to the west. Coined “The Energy Corridor,” thanks to its large number of energy industry-affiliated companies like BP America, ExxonMobil, Citgo, ConocoPhillips and Shell—this Houston district has a history of being one of the city’s strongest commercial real estate markets. With nearly 80,000 employees and more than 300 international, national and local companies, The Energy Corridor as of 2012, was considered the third largest employment center in the entire region. The U.S. division of BP, one of the largest employers in the Energy Corridor, has its headquarters located in One Westlake Park, including the BP Plaza tower, which was built back in 1992. While the district features a mix of industrial office space and Class A office buildings and executive suites—business parks dominate The Energy Corridor, including the 550 acre mixed-use development Park 10 Regional Business Center. Among the businesses working out of Park 10, a number of hotels including Houston Marriott Hotels & Resorts Energy Corridor, plus NACE International, Mustang International and TransOcean. While the area does include limited residential real estate, a majority of the employees working in the Energy Corridor commute from the surrounding communities, referred to as the “commute zone,” which is comprised of areas in northern Fort Bend County, western Harris County and southern Waller County. In addition to having easy access to the Katy Freeway, the Energy Corridor is serviced by the Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County (METRO)’s Line 75. Additionally, residents of Downtown Houston and Midtown Houston can connect to Line 75 via the Addicks Park and Ride. In terms of air travel, the Houston Executive Airport is also an option.

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