About 20 minutes northeast of Downtown Houston a new modern industrial facility is in the works. This master planned enterprise park will be more than 4,000 acres. Generation Park is designed for companies that need manufacturing distribution facilities, medical facilities, retail and businesses that are looking for a place to house their corporate headquarters. Sites will run anywhere from 5 to 500 acres. Businesses will be centered between Bush IAH Airport and The Port of Houston along Beltway 8. Generation Park is expected to bring more than 100,000 jobs to Houston.
Generation Park has many amenities to offer the businesses that will help entice and maintain employees. It will attract businesses that are focused on using less energy. It will have over a million trees, nature trails and lakes. Restaurants, fitness facilities, child-care, hotel, and an auditorium that will be used for various events, conventions and concerts.
How is Houston planning for such a huge development? Generation Parkway signs were added on Beltway 8 in December 2013. Other road expansions include widening Lake Houston Parkway to four lanes and adding sidewalks. The goal is to provide easy access via the Beltway and other major roads surrounding the area. With that being said, there are many new residential developments popping up around Generation Park to accommodate new residents moving into the area. New construction is taking pace in Atascocita, Stillwater at lake Houston, Bridges of Lake Houston, The Groves, Summerwood, Fall Creek, Park Lakes, Rivergrove, Kings Lake Estates, Kings River Estates, Sunset Ridge and Eagle Springs, Lakewood Pines, Kingwood, Sheldon Ridge, The Commons of Lake Houston, 77336, 77346, 77044, 77396, 77345, 77339, 77365.
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Cited: generationpark.com, The Houston Chronicle, The Houston Business Journal