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  • Participate in quarterly, regional or neighborhood events and tours to economic centers

  • Connect with fellow business leaders with a focus on regional or neighborhood-based businesses

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The Regions & Neighborhoods program aims to bring the Partnership directly to our members and the business community throughout Greater Houston. The program is gearing up in 2019. 
In summer 2019, the Regions and Neighborhoods program visited the Clear Lake area and NASA Johnson Space Center to gain an understanding of the economy in that part of the region.

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New Partnership Members in February

The Greater Houston Partnership welcomed 16 new member companies in the month of February. The Partnership works to connect companies with resources, information, and networking opportunities to help increase business while also providing a platform to influence the direction of the region.  New members who joined in the month of February include: ABM: ABM (NYSE: ABM) is a leading provider of facility solutions. ABM’s comprehensive capabilities include janitorial, electrical & lighting, energy solutions, facilities engineering, HVAC & mechanical, landscape & turf, mission critical solutions, and parking, provided through stand-alone or integrated solutions. Website. Black Girls Do Engineer Corporation: Black Girls Do Engineer Corporation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that inspires and encourages Black-American girls ages 6 to 21 to consider and pursue S.T.E.M.-related careers by providing long-term support for that goal. Website. British Columbia Trade and Investment Office: British Columbia Trade and Investment Office facilitates foreign investment and enables businesses to successfully expand to and establish a business presence in British Columbia, Canada. Website. CIMSA AMERICAS: CIMSA AMERICAS is a cement company from Turkey. Website. Cohn Reznick: Cohn Reznick is an integrated team of advisory, assurance, and tax professionals who are committed to helping clients optimize performance, manage risk, and maximize stakeholder value. Website. Eni US Operating Co. Inc.: Eni US Operating Co. Inc. is an integrated energy company committed to energy transition. Website. EnLink Midstream: EnLink Midstream (NYSE: ENLC) provides integrated energy infrastructure services for natural gas, crude oil, and NGLs, including gathering and transportation pipelines, processing plants, fractionators, barge, and rail terminals, product storage facilities, and brine disposal wells, as well as CO₂ transportation for carbon capture and sequestration. Website. Faith and Phoenix: Faith and Phoenix is a uniform and workwear solutions manufacturer that aims to enhance an organization's brand image, uplift employee morale, and optimize operational efficiency. Faith and Phoenix blend fashion & function with design & durability. Website. Li Doyle: Li Doyle is an experienced VP with over 25 years of experience in business development, including wholesale, retail, and Energy Services, energy transition, sustainability consulting, on-site solar assessment with PPAs, ESG, and asset management. Website. Lincoln Leadership Advisors: Lincoln Leadership Advisors is a boutique search and talent management firm with capabilities across industries and geographies. Website. PSYCHPLUS: PsychPlus is a mental health care facility headquartered in Houston, TX with a team of licensed psychiatrists and therapists dedicated to evidence-based assessments and diagnosis. Website. Recruiting Source International, LLC: Recruiting Source International (RSI) is a Full-Service Workforce Solutions Firm specializing in Project Management, IT Consultation, and a broad spectrum of Staff Augmentation support. Website. The Coastal Trust: The Coastal Trust, Inc. (TCT) is a 501(c)(3) (pending) dedicated to the restoration and protection of America’s coasts and coastal plains, development of infrastructure, and addressing quality of life issues in coastal communities. TCT offers equitable and affordable access to conservation services and management, technical, and financial assistance for governments and non-profits, focusing on areas of poverty, pollution, and flood vulnerability. Website. Third Coast International: Website. Unicorn Service Solutions, LLC: Unicorn Service Solutions, LLC is a permit project management company, specializing in expediting and obtaining building permits from the City of Houston permit office. Website. Viksnins Harris Padys Malent LLP: Viksins Harris Padys Malent LLP is a property law firm that strategizes on, prepares, and prosecutes patent applications for clients in the fields of life sciences, chemistry, electrical engineering, medical devices, and trademarks. Website. Click here to see the Partnership's Membership Directory.  To learn more about membership with the Greater Houston Partnership click here, or contact
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Economic Development

Bridgeland’s 925-Acre Urban District Taking Shape, Driving Growth in Cypress

A groundbreaking 925-acre urban district situated in the heart of Bridgeland, Cypress’ massive master-planned community, is beginning to take shape as construction commences on its mixed-use development.   Spanning 70-acres, Village Green at Bridgeland Central aims to redefine Houston’s Northwest market, offering more than 28,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space, as well as a 100,000-square-foot H-E-B and 49,000-square-foot sustainable office building dubbed One Bridgeland Green.    Click to expand According to Bridgeland’s website, One Bridgeland Green will be the region’s first mass timber office development. Designed to reduce 20 percent of greenhouse gas emissions and 80 percent of its annual water consumption, the building sets a new standard for the future of eco-friendly workspaces.   Village green will service nearby residents of the district’s already developed apartment complex Starling at Bridgeland, which opened in 2022, and its 150-unit townhome community Highland Homes.   Click to expand Although its urban district is still in the early stages of development, Bridgeland has been steadily evolving since 2003. The 11,500-acre master-planned community has since garnered significant acclaim for its array of residences, schools and abundance of outdoor amenities.   Ranking amongst the top five bestselling master-planned communities in the nation, Bridgeland has witnessed a remarkable surge in new home sales, reaching a 74 percent increase year-over-year, according to real estate consultant firm RCLCO. With this momentum, the community is poised to reach its full build-out potential, accommodating an estimated 70,000 residents in the near future.  As Bridgeland continues to revolutionize living in greater Houston, the community's innovative and family-friendly landscape draws the attention of businesses, developers and new residents, driving substantial growth to the area.   According to Community Impact’s analysis of the U.S. Census Bureau’s American Community Survey, Cy-Fair grew by more than 52,000 residents from 2016-2021, marking a 9.4 percent increase in five years.  To accommodate growth, the Grand Parkway from I-10 to U.S. 290, which opened in 2013, is expected to be widen in 2026, improving mobility. Cy-Fair ISD is also responding to the increasing demand for education services by opening two new schools.   Click to expand As developers add more homesites and mixed-use developments to the area, companies are taking note in hopes of establishing a presence where people can live and work. Last year, Chevron acquired more than 77 acres of undeveloped land in Bridgeland for a possible research and development campus.  “Chevron is attracted to the opportunities Bridgeland has to offer and views this acquisition as a strong addition to our asset portfolio,” Daniel Abate, head of Chevron’s corporate real estate, told the Houston Chronicle.  Discover more about Houston’s neighborhoods and communities.  
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“As a lifelong Houstonian, I am particularly pleased to be a part of the Partnership and the great work they do for economic growth and development in the City of Houston and surrounding communities.”

Charles McFarland
Attorney, McFarland PLLC

"Becoming a member of the Partnership was one of the best professional decisions I’ve made as a CEO. Even though I’m leading a nonprofit, the ability to cross-pollinate with organizations in various industries is extremely helpful. Interacting and benefiting from the thought leadership in the business community has shown me that they are really tackling the same issues we are facing."

Tracy Weeden, Ed.D.
President & CEO, Neuhaus Education Center

“Greater Houston Partnership, thank you for continuing to be a great resource for information. Very proud to be a member of this organization that so well represents Houston, it's businesses and people.”

Ed Parker
Business Development Manager, Industrial Tax Consulting

"With one of the largest databases of members, [the Partnership] is a wonderful networking resource for me."

Neal Talmadge

"The quality of the programs are top-notched, and because of that, the attendees are top-notched as well. Quality networking is great!"

Anthony Pabillano

"Businesses who want to get their name out and sales professionals who want to increase their sphere of influence won't find a better organization to connect than GHP."

Lisa Bogany
Workforce Solutions

"Houston has a huge amount of raw ingredients needed to launch a startup -- top tier universities, affordable cost of living, tremendous wealth, large corporations -- so the creation of a startup hub in Houston has just been about aligning all these elements under one roof that provides entrepreneurs with the tools they need to succeed."

Lawson Gow
Founder & CEO, The Cannon
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  • Participate in quarterly, regional or neighborhood events and tours to economic centers
  • Connect with fellow business leaders with a focus on regional or neighborhood-based businesses
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