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Learn Central Helps Parents Evaluate K-12 Education Options

Learn Central Helps Parents Evaluate K-12 Education Options

Looking for quality education options and a family friendly urban lifestyle? Learn Central, a new online portal developed to help parents evaluate the K-12 education options available in the central city, proves you can have them both!

Access to quality education is a central value to Houstonians. And now, so is the desire to live a family-friendly urban lifestyle in communities like East End Houston.

It’s possible to have both.

Families are thriving in Houston’s urban core thanks to outstanding schools, shorter commutes, quality amenities and an abundance of opportunity just outside their front doors.

To support all parents’ commitment to provide the best for their children, Learn Central makes it as easy as possible to find great education options including schools, afterschool programs, child care, and summer programs. This is a resource designed for families who want learning environments and neighborhoods that reflect the diversity of Houston. Equipped with this tool, families can make informed decisions about where to plant their urban roots.

Check out this inner looper’s guide to finding the right school for your child »

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Houston's Historic East End Transformation Expands with Mixed-Use Development Called the Mill

Houston's Historic East End Transformation Expands with Mixed-Use Development Called the Mill

Houston’s East End is peppered with fields between former industrial brick buildings, bungalows, recently remodeled parks, farmers markets and new condominiums, but a 6-acre lot stands out. Behind purple fencing, the parcel marks two construction trends spreading across the country: adaptive reuse of buildings and the use of timber in commercial projects. The site at the moment houses a pop-up drive-in movie theater, but Houston developer Triten Real Estate Partners plans to turn the lot into a mixed-use project that is expected to be a critical part of the East End’s ongoing transformation. Called the Mill after a former 1890s-era industrial lumber mill on the site, Triten’s project is expected to be one of Houston's first cross-laminated timber office projects, in addition to restaurant and retail space and a 340-unit apartment complex.

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HBJ: New "Virtual Workspace," Retail Coming to EaDo

HBJ: New

New indie retail and co-working space will join a popular cafe and an existing studio space east of downtown Houston. Tout Suite will partner with Construction Concepts on the project. Construction Concepts, a design and build firm that specializes in restaurants and bars, such as The Marque in CityCentre and Prospect Park Sports Bar in…

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