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Creating Authentic Urban Corridors

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About us

Concept Neighborhood is turning the scarcity of inspired public realm into a business case.

We specialize in creative placemaking and thoughtful urban planning as part of our deeply rooted mission to improve quality of life for the communities we invest in. Aiming to change the perception about what it really means to live, work, walk and play in the Bayou City.

While fostering both the people and businesses that call the neighborhoods we invest in home, our projects support the needs of growing population density while enhancing value.

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Our Team

Experience in Action

Concept Neighborhood is a home-team of developers who care passionately about the community where they live and the city we all share. With decades of collective experience investing in underutilized urban places, we are committed to innovative and inclusive multifamily, retail and maker space projects that embrace the fabric of the communities we love and serve.

With a mission rooted in inclusivity and creative placemaking, we aim for authentic and connected projects that embrace the fabric of the communities in which we serve.

A growing movement east of downtown.

East End Houston has served as the economic backbone of Houston, driven by a veritable melting pot of industries that have been operating since the birth of the Port of Houston in 1910, spurring the creation of a community split between industrial and residential that was built to meet the needs of an influx of workers.

Today, the neighborhood is returning to its roots as a steady stream of entrepreneurs, artists and makers convert turn-of-the-century warehouses into coworking spaces, coffee roasteries, and design labs. We’re focused on meeting the needs of the historic East End while preserving its rich cultural legacy with place-based strategies.

Concept Neighborhood is breaking the mold on the mixed-use paradigm by fully embracing walkable and nature-based urbanism in Houston at The Plant in Second Ward – a mile-long cluster of city blocks from the light rail to the bayou trail that will use retail as a form of placemaking in historic East End Houston.

The dynamic plan for our current project The Plant in Second Ward includes repurposing 250,000 square feet of industrial warehouse space into hyper-local retail spaces, creative office and urban maker spaces that reflect the rich culture and diversity of historic East End Houston. 

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