Open for business.
Springwoods Village has a variety of available land and leasable space for commercial development, including retail, restaurants, offices and other businesses. The master planned community of Springwoods Village provides a vibrant mix of spaces and environments for large corporations, burgeoning companies, retailers, restaurants, hotels and health care services. Those doing business here enjoy a near-20,000 employee base of retail and restaurant customers, walkable districts, parks and trails, and a growing, diverse residential community, with connectivity to CityPlace and the greater Houston region. The community is conveniently located at the nexus of I-45, Grand Parkway, and the Hardy Toll Road.
CityPlace offers more than four million square feet of office, ground floor retail, luxury urban multifamily housing, and a full-service hotel, all adjacent to an outdoor plaza and the CityPlace lake, trails and park system. Visit www.cityplacespringwoods.com for further details about leasing office or retail space in this hottest new North Houston destination.
Connect with us to learn about Springwoods Village available land and leasable space and find out why locating your business in Springwoods Village could be the smartest economic decision you’ll make.
For CityPlace retail inquiries:
Nick Hernandez: 713 -270-3354
Crystal Allen: 713-270-3360
For CityPlace commercial office inquiries:
Jones Lang LaSalle
Chrissy Wilson: 713-888-4062
For land acquisition inquiries:
Warren Wilson: 713-280-7006
Who’s here now?
ExxonMobil, Southwestern Energy, HP and ABS with HP Enterprise, CityPlace 1 and 1401 Lake Plaza Drive lease tenants coming soon.
Location, access, environment, sustainability, and amenities are just some of the reasons why leading employers and brands are locating their businesses in Springwoods Village.
Who’s behind the master plan?
CDC Houston. Inc. (a subsidiary of Coventry Development Corporation of New York) is developing Springwoods Village. CDC has expertise in methodically creating mixed-use urban communities, driven by an employer-first strategy that adheres to best practices in all aspects of land design and infrastructure, as well as residential and commercial vitality.