Shopping in The Energy Corridor
Shopping in The Energy Corridor is all about convenience and the ease of getting anything you could possibly need at shopping centers just minutes from your door. From choosing an exotic tropical plant, tree or accessory from Cornelius Nursery, Houston’s premier garden center, to pampering yourself or a loved one at Josephine’s Day Spa and Salon, when it comes to shopping in The Energy Corridor, it’s literally all right here in Houston's Energy Corridor. There’s no need to drive long distances for anything. In fact, you never really have to leave the community if you prefer not to.
Maybe you’re considering expanding your opportunities through continuing education. If so, the renowned Strayer University is an easy walk or bike ride away. Designed for working adults, Strayer offers programs that give you knowledge and skills to move ahead in your career – all according to your schedule. What’s more, the Kendall neighborhood Library and Community Center, a stunning 19,000 square foot facility adjacent to lush Terry Hershey Park, is an ideal place to kick back and rejuvenate after trekking on one of its many connecting trails.
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Nearby big box stores like Target and Sam’s and unique small Mom & Pop gift shops, offer 300,000 square feet of convenient shopping. By 2030, our retail space is expected to grow to 2.9 million square feet. There are enough grocery and drug store choices to satisfy every need just minutes from your front door. Most financial institutions have branches in the Corridor as well as churches, synagogues, mosques, automotive services, and world-class healthcare. Literally, all that life demands is right here in the most unique, vibrant community in the U.S.
If You Must
If for some reason you are obligated to depart The Energy Corridor vicinity, we are conveniently located in between two major malls and shopping centers, notably Memorial City Mall and The Katy Mills Outlet Mall. Additionally, our close proximity to all the major Interstate highways and thoroughfares can get you to two major airports in a jiffy or other Texas cities in an easy drive. For those sand and surf lovers, Galveston is less than an hour away. There is even expedient access to downtown Houston should you yearn to visit the big city.