Attendees can join this event on June 9, 10 or 15 at the Exchange Conference Center located in the LyondellBassell Tower. Space is limited and RSVP is required.
As we look to the future, Central Houston will continue its course, striving to elevate Downtown. Even with the great progress achieved over the past few decades, more must be done to ensure that Houston stays competitive with other major urban areas, both in the US and across the globe. As other downtowns continue to grow and improve, Houston must also continue its evolution.
Central Houston remains strong because of our track record. Built on credibility and momentum, people take Central Houston seriously.
A membership in Central Houston is an incredible way to unify the voice of business leaders to have a powerful impact in moving Downtown and the central city in a positive direction. By joining Central Houston, you lend your support to advocacy efforts that benefit our overall economy, while staying informed on pertinent issues that can affect your bottom line.
Central Houston members are some of the most influential business people in the region. Membership covers the breadth of Houston’s business community, from one person start-ups to multinational giants, with not-for-profit organizations, small businesses and mid-market businesses all part of the diverse membership mix.
As a Central Houston member, you’ll find many ways to share ideas with other members of the downtown community, from public officials and property owners to residents and retailers. Your involvement can range from simply keeping informed to participating in long-range planning sessions, forums, and ongoing committees.
It’s our members’ thoughts, vision and experiences that drive what we do. What does it take to grow a thriving urban core? What is the ongoing role of the center city in sustaining a growing region?
Join us to help find the answers and solutions to shape Houston’s future.
2018-19 Central Houston Strategic Framework [pdf]
- Housing the Homeless – The Way Home
- Residential Development
- Downtown Framework Planning
- Buffalo Bayou initiatives
- Sidewalk and street improvements
- Neighborhood connections
- Elysian Viaduct – new bridge and roadway
- Hike and bike trails
- Wayfinding improvements
- Quality education options
- Support of major large-scale events such as Super Bowl LI
- North Houston Highway Improvement Project
- Business recruitment and retention