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Nearby Attractions

We are located in the heart of Houston. This dynamic, active & fast growing community work tremendously while offering  great transportation, expansive environment friendly space, a rich & diverse culinary scene, culture, and shopping experience.

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Downtown Houston

Downtown Houston is a bustling business hub and home to major attractions like the Houston Aquarium, with touch pools and a shark tank. It also has a vibrant theater scene, with the Hobby Center for the Performing Arts presenting musicals and dance shows. Large-scale sporting events and concerts take place at the Toyota Center. Local dining includes upscale grills, casual taquerias and sushi spots.

The Galleria

The Galleria includes a 20,000-square-foot (1,900 m2) ice skating facility with 80 feet (24 m) x 180-foot (55 m) rink. The rink, known as "Polar Ice" and originally built in 1970, was the first ever built inside a mall. The rink is positioned below the mall's central glass atrium which was originally added by Hines to increase the visibility of the stores in the lower level. There is a jogging track on the roof around the atrium with a view to this rink. About 50 restaurants and specialty food stores at all prices and service points are located throughout the Galleria complex. A Nobu was added to the property and opened in June 2018.

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George R. Brown Convention Center

The George R. Brown Convention Center, opened on September 26, 1987, is located on the east side of Downtown Houston, Texas, United States. The center was named for internationally recognized entrepreneur, engineer, civic leader, philanthropist and Houstonian George Rufus Brown.

George R. Brown can host any show. And located in the heart of downtown Houston, adjacent to the 1,200-room Hilton Americas hotel and between Minute Maid Park and Toyota Center, there's fun at every turn at the George R. Brown Convention Center.

Houston Medical Center

The Texas Medical Center is the largest life sciences destination in the world. With 106,000 employees, 61 institutions, and thousands of volunteers and patient visits, over 160,000 people visit Texas Medical Center each day. Over the course of the year, the campus welcomes more than 7.2 million visitors.

Today, people come from across the country and all over the world to receive care from the best doctors in their field at Texas Medical Center. Incredible breakthroughs in diagnosis and treatment happen at the campus' eight different academic and research institutions, not to mention the 21 different hospitals.

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Midtown Houston

Midtown is a central neighborhood of Houston, located west-southwest of Downtown. Separated from Downtown by an elevated section of Interstate 45, Midtown is characterized by a continuation of Downtown's square grid street plan, anchored by Main Street and the Metro-rail Red Line.

Midtown Park is located at the intersection of Bagby and Gray. The Midtown Management District and several businesses provided funding for the park. Elizabeth Baldwin Park, operated by the City of Houston, is located at 1701 Elgin Street. The 4.88-acre (19,700 m2) Park is between Crawford Street and Chenevert Street. The City of Houston acquired Baldwin Park in 1905. The stone fountain is from 1912. 

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