News & Events  

October 2011

Three Eldridge Place leased to BP

Three Eldridge Place leased to BP

Three Eldridge Place is proud to announce the entire 305,000 square-foot space has recently been leased to British Petroleum. BP occupied half of the building this past summer before deciding to officially expand. Already having much presence in the Energy Corridor, the company plans to use this as an expansion location.

Read More...

Le Mistral Celebrates 10 years in Business

Le Mistral Celebrates 10 years in Business

Le Mistral celebrated 10 years of business September 30, 2011, hosting a special anniversary event featuring traditional favorites from the menu. Guests enjoyed cocktails, hors d’oeuvres and live music on the courtyard patio before moving to the elegant banquet room for delicious French cuisine.

Read More...

Fire Safety in the Time of Texas’ Worst Drought

Fire Safety in the Time of Texas’ Worst Drought

Houston is experiencing one of the worst droughts in Texas history. Local areas are under an “exceptional” drought warning, the most extreme of levels. We have seen the effects of this for months from brown grass to dying trees to the wildfires all over the state. Even with the recent rain, many areas are still over two feet below normal rain levels. During conditions like this, fires are even more likely to occur. Here are a few tips to keep you and your family safe.

Read More...

Protect the Environment & Recycle with us!

Protect the Environment & Recycle with us!

Join us Saturday, November 5, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. for the Energy Corridor District’s Recycle Day. Take this opportunity to get rid of some of your unwanted items. We are accepting both electronic and household items such as old computers, printers, fax machines, cell phones, and more. You may also bring the “usual” recyclables such as glass and plastic. Onsite shredding will be available so bring newspapers or other paper items.

Read More...

Special Thanks to CITGO

Special Thanks to CITGO

Thank you to CITGO and all the wonderful volunteers that helped pick up trash at the Adopt-a-Block event last month. Your efforts were a huge success!