EaDo District in Downtown Houston, a Land of Opportunity

August 14, 2014 by Bob Brown

The East Downtown District of Houston, or EaDo, is a vibrant neighborhood rich with history that is conveniently situated near Downtown, the Medical Center and within easy walking distance of the BBVA Compass Stadium, home of the Dynamo’s, Discovery Green Park, Minute Maid Park, the Convention Center, and the Toyota Center.

 

Map Credit: EaDoHouston.com
Map Credit: EaDoHouston.com

The EaDo district is comprised of 213-acres of current and former industrial land uses and office users. Increasingly residential and retail uses have been eyeing the area for redevelopment opportunities. At BIG RED DOG, we’re working with our clients on due diligence and massing plans on several tracts in the district. For more information, please feel free to contact us at (832) 730-1901 or by email at [email protected].

Find out more about EaDo on the East Downtown Management District website.

Click here for a District Directory. Find a map and guide of the area here, courtesy of EaDo and Morris Architects.

Written by Bob Brown

Bob Brown

Bob Brown serves as the President of our Houston office. He holds a B.S. in Urban and Regional Planning with an emphasis in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) from Texas State University. Since co-founding BIG RED DOG in 2009, Mr. Brown has been deeply involved in the site selection, design, and permitting of an impressive roster of multifamily, retail, and industrial site development projects in Houston and greater south and central Texas. Mr. Brown is responsible for overseeing the operations of the Houston market center and for managing our Raving Fans and prospective clients. His professional experience includes projects within the City of Houston, City of Katy, The Woodlands, and many other surrounding jurisdictions throughout south Texas. Mr. Brown also has invaluable experience with State and Federal permitting including FEMA Letters of Map Revision, US Corps of Engineers permits, and storm water quality permitting. He makes his home in the River Oaks neighborhood of Houston.