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The Halbouty Center
5100 Westheimer Rd. Suite 200, Houston, TX 77056
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Houston Executive Suites
11811 North Freeway Suite 500, Houston, TX 77060
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Lyric Centre Downtown Center
440 Louisiana Suite 900, Houston, TX 77002
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2525 Robinhood Street Suite 1100, Houston, TX 77005
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San Felipe Business Center
4265 San Felipe Suite 1100, Houston, TX 77027
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Forbes recently ranked the Houston metropolitan area third in the nation in the ""Best Places for Business and Careers"" category. With five major global energy companies headquartered (or at least operations-based) in the city, Houston is revered as the ""energy capital of the world."" Additionally, Houston is a popular location for both business and commercial real estate and offers a wide selection of Texas virtual office space, commercial real estate / realty and commercial properties. Available Houston office space options include purchase and outright property sale, standard long-term leasing, sublease/sublet, Houston commercial property terms, as well as various flexible monthly rental terms -available at the different Business Centers offering serviced offices and executive suites, such as Alliance Virtual Offices.
Business organizations with headquarters or offices in Houston, TX also benefit from fantastic transport services. Any mobile entrepreneur or executive who needs air travel can utilize either George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH) or the William P. Hobby Airport (referred to the Houston International Airport until 1967). For local ground transport, the Houston Metro service provides lift vans, light rail, as well as bus line connections all around the city of Houston. Corporate and business organizations in the Houston metropolitan area also have a large pool of recent graduates (read: potential employees) since the city is home to over 60 higher education institutions with a total annual enrollment of nearly 360,000 students. These include: the University of Houston (the longest established in the Houston higher ed system), Texas Southern University (TSU), the Thurgood Marshall School of Law, William Marsh Rice University, Houston Baptist University (HBU), the University of St. Thomas (UST), and the South Texas College of Law - Houston's oldest law school.
Companies Headquartered in Houston include:
Alert Logic, Allis-Chalmers Energy, Amegy Bank, American Bureas of Shipping, Apache, Boardwalk Pipeline Partners, BMC Software, Service Corporation International, Targa Resources, Cabot Oil & Gas, Citgo, ConocoPhillips, Shell Oil Company, Southwestern Energy, SEaboard International, Spectra Energy, Sysco, Pennzoil, Rice Epicurean Markets, Halliburton KBR. Inc.
As the fourth largest city in the U.S. and the largest city in of Texas, Houston is the county seat of Harris County and also the economic center of the Houston-Sugar Land-Baytown metropolitan area. With Houston nicknames such as ""Magnolia City,"" ""Bayou City,"" ""Clutch City,"" and ""H-Town,"" Houston is also home to the Texas Medical Center and the NASA Mission Control Center, Johnson Space Center. The City of Houston has a wide-reaching economy than spans many industries, including manufacturing, transport, aeronautics, energy, and health care and Houston is also a major center for the production of oilfield equipment. The Port of Houston is the most active port in the United States and is the second busiest in overall tonnage of cargo handled. The Houston city skyline is one of the country's most impressive, as it includes an impressive number of Houston commercial properties, skyscrapers and structures. These include JPMorgan Chase Tower (formerly the Texas Commerce Tower)Wells Fargo Bank Plaza (formerly Allied Bank Plaza), and Williams Tower.