Jefferson Tower at Cullen Center is a class A, 1.047 million square foot, 40 story building offering the top floors available for lease (over 42,000sf of contiguous space available)! This amenity rich office tower offers access to the tunnel thru the connected, newly renovated Whitehall Hotel, attached garage parking, conference facilities, food service, coffee shop, fitness thru YMCA 1 block away and on-site management by Brookfield. The property also is positioned for easy access to the upcoming Pierce Elevated Park and walkability to Midtown and the rail system.
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Coffee, Networking & Breakfast
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Rooftop Gardens, Food Halls And Bringing Other Fun Creative Spaces To Life
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Work It: New Developments, Rehabbing Existing Assets and The State of Downtown's Office Market
Repurposing and Rehabbing Obsolete Office Buildings and Activating Street-Level With Retail
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Downtown Houston's Hospitality Boom
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Houston, TX 77002
Ballroom: 36th floor – Suite 3600
Parking is at 701 Jefferson
- 1st hour is $9.00
- Daily Maximum $30.00
- Per 20 minutes $3.00
Parking Entrance is 1700 Louisiana Houston, TX 77002 and they can take the elevator to the concourse level and there is a skywalk that will take them to our lobby entrance where they will find the elevators to go up to the 36th floor
Visitors can also park on the street
Major developments and redevelopments are changing the landscape of Downtown Houston. With several entertainment, retail, mixed-use and residential projects, the Houston CBD is making a name for itself. With a combination of new projects, improvements in connectivity, walkability and public transportation, Houston is creating visitor appeal and attracting residents and companies from all over. There is also a huge increase in hotel developments putting Houston on the map as a travel and business destination. And with such a thriving economy, why wouldn’t it be?
Clearly the future of downtown is looking up, but there's still a lot that needs to be improved. *Because of Houston’s sprawling landscape, it has been challenging to build out a vibrant and booming Downtown. How can we make Downtown Houston the booming CBD that it desires to be? Will opportunity zones spur development? What can we expect in the next 5-10 years? Find out at this can’t miss event!
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