Location is Key

With its close proximity to the Port of Houston, downtown Houston, the Texas Medical Center, and Hobby Airport, the East End is ready and open for business! In a five-mile radius the East End is home to over 234,000 people, and over 7,700 businesses with over 100,000 employees. The East End offers parks, bayous, open spaces, and a broad mix of uses including industrial sites, distinctive neighborhoods, cultural facilities, major transportation corridors, and universities are minutes away. Houston’s best-kept secret is no longer a secret.

The East End was the backbone of early industry and remains the commercial center of the city today. The East End is an entrepreneur’s dream, offering reasonably priced real estate and a dedicated workforce, both professional and semi-skilled. The hub of Houston’s transportation systems, the East End links the industrialized centers of the United States and Canada with the Port of Houston and Mexico. International trade, manufacturing and warehousing dominate the area’s economy.

The expansion of downtown entertainment complexes such as Minute Maid Park, home of the Houston Astros; and Toyota Center, home of the Houston Rockets, Houston Dynamo, the city’s new National Soccer League 2006 and 2007 MLS Cup recipients; and the new METRO light rail system have attracted construction of more than 200 new residential and commercial developments – real estate is a hot commodity in the area!

The East End consists of many different ethnic groups, including Hispanic, Anglo, African American and Asian. Latinos make up more than half of the more than 185,000 residents. Restoration of vintage homes is attracting professionals looking for historic homes in close proximity to downtown.

Houston’s East End is a diverse, evolving city-within-a-city. We invite you to be a part of our incredible community!

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