Monthly Archives: September 2015

A word from the Chairman

Homer ClarkElevate & Promote! Welcome to the beginning of fall in the Five Corners District! Students are back in school, the weather is turning cooler, and your board of directors never stop in their efforts to improve our community. Our District enjoys the unique advantage of a great location, in proximity to the major business centers like Texas Medical Center, Downtown Houston, and transportation sites and corridors such as Hobby Airport and Beltway 8. Having those connections serves the District well with new economic development opportunities as we continue to brand the area with...
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ABC Dental plans to “open wider” with expansion in Five Corners clinic

[caption id="attachment_4683" align="alignright" width="300"]Portrait young, fit, happy executive man holding green fresh apple in one hand, pills, vitamins in another. Sugar free chewing gum, dentist recommended. Face expressions, emotion, health care. Dieting Portrait young, fit, happy executive man holding green fresh apple in one hand, pills, vitamins in another. Sugar free chewing gum, dentist recommended. Face expressions, emotion, health care. Dieting[/caption]By early 2016, the ABC Dental clinic in Corinthian Pointe Plaza at 5505 West Orem Drive will have added six new exam and treatment rooms and 2,186 more square feet to its existing...
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Art & Business Development put District K, Five Corners in the Spotlight

Houston City Councilman Larry Green of District K has reported several events and initiatives that will benefit the residents of the Five Corners District—both economically and culturally.
up-6Green said that Hines Interests is already in discussions with the TIRZ 25 about helping to fund a $65 million light manufacturing and distribution center that began this summer. Construction on Phase I of the 930,000 square-foot facility began in July on 75 acres located at the northeast corner of Beltway 8 and the Fort Bend Tollway, and will be called the Beltway Southwest Business Park....
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CEMEX commits to District K Beautification

5 Corners District - CemexAlthough it is a key component in almost all construction projects, and surrounds us daily in the places we live and work, most people don’t think too much about concrete. In fact, most don’t know that it’s the second most consumed product on earth––following water, according to Janet Krolczyk, Director of Environmental for the CEMEX Texas and New Mexico Region. “The concrete construction industry represents millions of jobs throughout the United States and is a significant economic generator for local communities,” Krolczyk said. “Essentially, we help build and...
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