“Investment in infrastructure and continued development in The Energy Corridor are critical to bringing more businesses and jobs to the City of Houston.” David S. Wolff, Chairman & President – Wolff Companies
Located in the center of the Energy Corridor, the construction of Park Row between Addicks Park and Ride lot through to North Eldridge Parkway has been completed. Wolff companies and Energy Corridor celebrated the completion of their Park Row project on March 6, 2017. The key architects of the West Houston Community were a part of this celebration including David S. Wolff, Chairman & President at Wolff Companies, Andy Icken, Chief Development Office at the City of Houston, Larry Johnson, President & CEO at Johnson Development Corporation, and Matt Khourie, CEO at Trammel Crow Company.
The design and construction of Park Row included a four-lane major thoroughfare from the intersection of the I-10 HOV/Tollroad access ramp at the Addicks Park & Ride lot to the thoroughfare’s existing terminus just west of the intersection of North Eldridge Parkway; a four-lane bridge over Langham Creek; water, sanitary sewer and storm water drainage infrastructure; and street lighting and landscaping.
As stated by Mr. Wolff, the completion of Park Row will be a major thoroughfare extending 11 miles from Eldridge through to the City of Katy and it will be a valuable relief for commuters as it will help in reducing congestion at the major intersections of Interstate 10 at North Eldridge Parkway, Dairy Ashford Road and State Highway 6, by providing direct westerly movement through the North Eldridge/Dairy Ashford intersection.