Boxer Property has office space available in the Med Center for corporate and retail businesses. Aptly named for the sprawling 1,345-acre Texas Medical Center, this neighborhood is perfectly situated in the southwestern portion of the 610 loop. This location provides close proximity to Downtown Houston, quick access to the Loop, and direct routes to the cities that make up of the southern portion of the metroplex (such as Pearland and Missouri City).
Butting up against the northern border of the Med Center is Herman Park, which is home to the Miller Outdoor Theater, and McGovern Lake; a block and a half north of the park there is also the Children’s Museum of Houston. The attractiveness of the park’s natural beauty (which stretches well-over 10 square city blocks) is supplemented by the academic excellence of nearby Rice University. Located just across Main Street from the Med Center and Herman Park, this triangle of a world-renowned medical research campus, scenic Park, and institute of higher learning, creates a virtual paradise for any professional company searching for the right location to rent or lease.
It’s no surprise that a neighborhood known as Med Center has a high-volume of residents employed in the medical field; however, the number of life science professionals residing in the local 77030 zip code is as high as 1 in 5, which actually makes it the highest concentration in the country. Venturing outside of the 77030 zip code, the suburbs surrounding the Med Center neighborhood are just as impressive. One example is Braeswood Place, just a few miles to the west. A quiet, upscale suburban community, Braeswood Place shows that you don’t have to trade progress for propriety. It has maintained a nostalgic atmosphere of small businesses and neighborliness despite the economic growth and success of the nearby Med Center.
The allure of the neighborhood to businesses and professionals alike is already clear, but there is, in fact, more to the story. Med Center also plays host to a meandering portion of the Bays Bayou, which weaves its way through the southern portion of Herman Park, and along the southern edge of the Texas Medical Center. As the water makes its way south toward the 610 loop, it passes just north of NRG Stadium, which is the home of the Houston Texans.
The presence of an NFL stadium in the area can make some businesses wary when looking at office space to lease or rent, but the Med Center has an answer to those concerns as well: Highway 59 to the north and 288 to the east provide plenty of transit options for people, for those Monday nights that the 610 loop is slowed down due to extra Monday Night Football traffic. So if you're looking for a location for your business, consider Houston Med Center office space.
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