A bright canvas for business.

Springwoods Village will ultimately build out about nine million square feet of commercial space for office, retail medical, and civic facilities. The pace of development will match the needs of the community and economic demand. Every office building and corporate headquarters located here will be LEED certified or the equivalent, to support our sustainability mission. Corporate campuses and office buildings are connected to other neighborhoods and amenities of the community via paths and trails – encouraging all who work here to take advantage of this vibrant, healthy environment.

To learn about potential development opportunities for corporate campuses, office buildings or retail, visit our Commercial Opportunities section.

The CityPlace agenda.

The first phase of the CityPlace urban district will include two Class A office buildings with a combined total of 420,000 square feet of office space, including a new corporate campus for the American Bureau of Shipping (ABS). CityPlace office buildings will also feature ground-level retail and restaurants. CityPlace will also have a public plaza and will feature the full-service Marriott by CityPlace hotel with a bar, restaurant, spa, and banquet facilities. CityPlace is also walkable from other corporate campus locations within the community, like Southwestern Energy, ExxonMobil, and soon, HP, Inc.

A growing local workforce.

Springwoods Village will have a significant impact on the local economy due to job creation. The community is expected to serve a workforce of 35,000-50,000 employees at completion. Further, continued construction over the next 15-20 years is expected to provide tens of thousands of jobs. Estimated gains related to construction and development include $6.9 billion in gross product and over 80,000 construction jobs alone in Harris County.