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Parkway Villages Houston Energy Corridor

In Houston Energy Corridor, Houston Real Estate Agent, Parks & Recreation, Parkway Villages, Restaurants & Shops, Uncategorized on October 3, 2012 at 7:51 pm

Where can you see beautiful water gardens and water lilies in Parkway Villages Houston Energy Corridor ?

Visit Plaza on the Parkway and you will find a lovely water garden with picnic tables under nice shady oak trees. This plaza located on Eldridge in the heart of the Energy Corridor is home to Cafe Express , Beans Cafe and Houston Barbeque so you can pick up lunch or coffee while enjoy this wonderful garden

Connie Vallone First Market Realty 713 249 4177 www.houstonenergycorridorhomes.com or www.vallonehomes.com

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Going Green in Parkway Villages Houston’s Energy Corridor

In Home Values, Houston Energy Corridor, Houston Real Estate Agent, Local Events, Parkway Villages, Recycling in West Houston, Uncategorized on July 3, 2012 at 11:46 pm

Parkway Villages in West Houston’s Energy Corridor district is going green!   Parkway Villages  is now participating in recycling!   Every household now has at least one recycle bin and can request a second bin at the end of August if needed. 

One of West Houston’s hottest neighborhoods The Energy Corridor is home to West Houston’s

Recycle Parkway Villages Houston

Recycle Parkway Villages Houston

energy business and affluent citizens.

Connie Vallone – First Market Realty 713 249 4177 www.houstonenergycorridorhomes.com or www.vallonehomes.com

Flight school in Terry Hershey Park/ Houston Energy Corridor

In Houston Energy Corridor, Houston Parks, Parks & Recreation, Terry Hershey Park, Uncategorized, West Houston on November 15, 2011 at 6:39 pm
Ducklings in Terry Hershey Park

Ducklings in Terry Hershey ParkMother duck watches over as ducklings learn to fly in Houston's Terry Hershey Park

I bet you did not know flight school is being held at Terry Hershey Park in Houston’s Energy Corridor ? ‘

Yes indeed! 

New ducklingsare learning to fly check out the excitement this fall !  

Mother Duck watches over in Houston's Terry Hershey Park as ducklings learn to fly

Mother Duck watches over in Houston's Terry Hershey Park as ducklings learn to fly

 Connie Vallone

Beautiful Patio Home in Exclusive Gated Neighborhood

In Uncategorized on March 1, 2011 at 5:55 pm

Beautiful patio home in exclusive gated energy corridor neighborhood! Walking  distance to Hershey Park, Energy Corridor shops, restaurants and businesses. First  floor features grand two story entryway, spacious living and dining areas open to  kitchen – perfect for entertaining. Private study with French doors. Huge game room  upstairs with built in computer nook. Retreat to your spacious master suite and  gorgeous master bathroom. Granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, tile floors, wood blinds, architectural details and so much more!

Call (713) 249-4177 or email connie@knowsrealestate.com to schedule a showing or for more information!

Marriott Residence Inn Houston West Energy Corridor located near

In Hotels, Local Business, Uncategorized on June 16, 2010 at 3:19 pm

West Houston’s Energy Corridor’s named specifically for the reason that it is host to the home offices or large branch centers to many of the biggest oil & gas energy companies  in the world.   Many people are transferred to the area from all over the world and need a good place to stay while they search for their West Houston home.   The energy corridor offers many top quality hotels one of those is Marriott Residence Inn.    If you are moving to the West Houston’s Energy Corridor and want to work with real estate agent that is an expert on the area contact Connie Vallone at conniev@kw.com or 713 249 4177.   See below a review of the Marriott Residence Inn and a link to the hotels website. 

Review of Residence Inn West Houston Energy Corridor

 Marriott Residence Inn Houston West Energy Corridor website link

Houston Energy Corridor park trails to be linked.

In Uncategorized on March 16, 2010 at 11:55 pm

The Houston Energy Corridor district has been selected by National Park Service’s Rivers, Trails and Conservation Assistance Program to receive assistance for the West Houston Trail System.  

“The RTCA program implements the natural resource conservation and outdoor recreation mission of the National Park Service in communities across America.

The Rivers, Trails and Conservation Assistance Program will assist the Energy Corridor District in planning 100+ miles of shared use trails that will link existing trails.  The plan is to link trails in neighborhoods along I-10 and Hwy 6.

One of the many great things about living in Houston’s Energy Corridor is the over 50 miles of recreational trails for jogging, hiking, rollerblading and cycling.   All of these trails connect neighborhoods and businesses in and around the Corridor.    It’s easy to get outdoors and enjoy a beautiful day or many choose to ride or walk to work through the park each day.

West Houston’s New Library /Houston Energy Corridor Location

In Uncategorized on March 4, 2010 at 6:40 pm

West Houston has a new library and community center and  it is located in the heart of the Energy Corridor on Eldridge right next to Terry Hershey Park.  Now you can take a nice walk through the park and then go cool off and find a good book to read when your finished.

The following is a description quote from the Houston Public  library website:

This new facility is the first combined library and community center to be built in Houston. It offers the city the first three-story neighborhood library and the first library with a drive up window. The Kendall Neighborhood Library and Community Center is located at 609 N. Eldridge.

The new Belle Sherman Kendall Neighborhood Library and Community Center nearly doubles the size of the library from the previous location of 9,600 square feet to 19,000 square feet. The new library has a drive-up window, a first for the Houston Public Library. The first floor of the facility is where the HPARD Community Center is located, sharing space with a large meeting room and the Library’s check-in and check-out services, including the drive-up window. The second floor houses the adult collection and reading areas and a small conference room. The third floor offers the children’s and teen’s collections and reading areas, and a small meeting room.

The Library incorporates the latest technology, both for public use and operational efficiency. Customers will have access to 29 computer stations, 12 laptops for on-site checkout, reference services, self-check stations, and a large on-site collection of books, periodicals, music, movies, and reference materials. The Library hours are: Mondays 10am-8pm, Tuesdays 10a-6pm, Wednesdays 10am-6pm, Thursdays 12pm-8pm, Fridays 12pm – 6pm, Saturdays 10a-6pm, and closed on Sundays.

To get directions and see featured events go to http://www.hpl.lib.tx.us/kendall-neighborhood-library 

In Uncategorized on February 26, 2010 at 8:23 pm

What is the Houston Energy Corridor?

The Houston Energy Corridor is defined by the many oil industry related companies ranging in size from large corporations to one man independent companies mixed in with residential neighborhoods, restaurants, and parks. The neighborhoods in the Energy Corridor are bordered by almost 26,000 acres of urban park area and 50 miles of recreational trails. Two parks adjacent to the district include George Bush Park and Bear Creek Pioneers Park.  You can view a list of all the parks at http://www.energycorridor.org/parks.

Beautiful high-end neighborhoods surrounded by parks and trails along with premier shops and restaurants. High quality office space and close proximity to many businesses allows many residents to the ability to walk or bike to work. The district is close to downtown Houston providing a short drive to those that work in the city. Here business mixes with pleasure to provide a beautiful and safe environment to live, work and play.

There are many businesses and neighborhoods that like to claim fame to being located in the Houston Energy Corridor but the actual boundaries of the district can be found at http://www.energycorridor.org/maps       .  

Click here to view homes for sale in the Houston Energy Corridor.