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Houston’s East End Continues To Grow And Change, Despite Harvey

How has Houston’s East End grown and changed in the past year, and did Harvey slow that down any?


A year ago, Houston Matters visited Headquarters, then the latest collaborative workspace that was opening in Houston’s East End. There, we spoke with the Greater East End Management District about how the area has grown in the past several years.

So what's that growth like today?

We learn more from Veronica Gorczynski, president of the Greater East End Management District, and Patrick Ezzell, director of economic development and infrastructure for the Management District. They tell us about how the East End is changing in terms of business and real estate and whether Harvey affected development there.

Then we hear from City Council Member Robert Gallegos, who represents District I, which occupies a portion of the East End.

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