Energy Corridor Living
Where Family Life, Vibrant Community, and Energetic Business Life Meet
Nestled deeply within this well-known business district, the Energy Corridor is surrounded by some of Houston’s most desirable residential communities, providing residents and business people alike, convenient access to fine dining, shopping, and exciting entertainment options.
Home to many energy industry-related companies, such as BP America, Conoco Phillips, Exxon Mobile and Shell Oil, Houston’s Energy Corridor stretches from Barker Cypress to Kirkwood Road and extends south along Eldridge Parkway and Enclave Parkway to Briar Forest.
With more than 26,000 acres of lush open green spaces and more than 50 miles of parks and trails, it’s the perfect place for active families to spend their days golfing, bike riding, and jogging. Two parks adjacent to the district include George Bush Park and Bear Creek Pioneers Park.
Residential community choices include exclusive private gated communities such as Parkway Villages, Terraces on Memorial, and Lakes on Parkway; and established, well-groomed neighborhoods such as Wilchester, Nottingham, Gaywood, and Yorkshire. The Energy Corridor is served by three different school districts; Houston ISD, Katy ISD and Spring Branch ISD, which are among the region’s highest ranked schools and day care facilities. In addition, the Energy Corridor community offers an abundance of health care facilities, religious and worship centers and other valuable community resources.
Minutes from the finest schools, first-class hotels, convenient shopping and incredible dining choices, Energy Corridor real estate is considered a highly desirable investment option with property values that have continually increased, regardless of market conditions. If you are looking for a beautiful home in a unique and energetic community, look no further than Houston Energy Corridor. To find an updated listing of all Energy Corridor real estate, contact the Jessica McCreary Real Estate Team at firstname.lastname@example.org or (713) 408.3185.
To learn more about Houston’s Energy Corridor, visit EnergyCorridor.org.