Generation Park is a 4,000-acre master planned commercial development located at the center of the Lake Houston community in northeast Houston. Anchored by Fortune 500 TechnipFMC’s 173-acre campus and its 1 million square foot first phase, Generation Park is positioned to be Houston’s business destination for years to come.
Surrounding Generation Park, the area offers thousands of new homes, award-winning schools, and beautiful parks. Within Generation Park, businesses of all types and sizes are provided with a world-class master-planned ecosystem and the infrastructure to match. Welcome to the land of opportunity.
GREAT QUALITY OF LIFE.
Northeast Houston is on the rise, and Generation Park is at the heart of it all. Driven by an exceptional, award-winning school district, families love the connection to nature, new homes, and lifestyle amenities at their doorstep.
The nation’s top homebuilders have purchased more than 3,200 acres within a 6-mile radius of Generation Park in response to demand. This creates an immediate residential runway of approximately 13,000 new homes. New and established master-planned neighborhoods offer homes for families just starting out, as well as executives who want gated communities and lakeside homes. The Golf Club of Houston, home to the Shell Houston Open, is one of many golf courses nearby.
This combination of residential and recreational amenities provides a strategic hiring advantage to companies locating at Generation Park for decades to come.
A GREAT PLACE TO GROW.
At 4,000 acres, it’s hard to find a use that doesn’t fit at Generation Park. Our size gives us the unmatched advantage of designing districts that cater to the specific needs of a wide variety of uses.
From corporate with class-A amenities, to industrial with world-class infrastructure, to the tax advantages found in our 900-acre Foreign Trade Zone, we have carefully designed our master plan to accommodate the highest standards of the best performing organizations.
If workforce training benefits your business, both San Jacinto College and Lone Star College have locations inside Generation Park and will work with Generation Park companies to create training programs for their employees and students.
From growing as an individual or family to growing as a business, Generation Park has it all. Let us know how we can work together to meet your needs.
TechnipFMC completed phase one of their new corporate campus and more than 2,000 employees are at work at Generation Park. Located on 173 acres, this location provides the Fortune 500-company the flexibility to expand its facilities and accommodate continued growth.
Designed by Gensler Architects, their campus is an inspiring and collaborative work environment that promotes a healthy work-life balance through social and interactive spaces, health and fitness facilities, and other employee amenities. With one million square feet of office and workshop space, this state-of-the-art campus is a great example of what’s possible when the developer and the client work together to create a place where employees thrive and a company can grow.TechnipFMC selected Generation Park for a number of reasons: quality of infrastructure and planning, the environment for employees and operations, and the dedication, passion and capability of the McCord team.
Next to TechnipFMC, San Jacinto College purchased 57 acres for a state-of-the-art campus. As one of the largest colleges in Texas, they picked Generation Park because it offers its students direct relationships with world-leading companies who want to collaborate on developing programs for their high-tech workforce.As Fortune 500 companies continue to look to attract and retain the best employees, workforce training is no longer something that happens in a silo. We want to be at a place where we can partner with leading companies to offer then graduates with the credentials they need to hit the ground running on day one.
Apache Industrial Services takes their value of empowering employees seriously, which is evident in their office lease at 250 Assay St for their new corporate headquarters. Located at the heart of Redemption Square, this signature building will have a world of amenities at its doorstep. Also the next home of McCord Development, 250 Assay St is designed to be LEED © certified and has adjacent garage parking, and beautiful views of Redemption Square.
Located on Lockwood Road, the academic corridor continues with Lone Star College - a college with deep roots in Houston. Lone Star College serves more students than both the University of Texas and Ohio State University. At Generation Park, Lone Star College is building a 40,000-square-foot Process Technology Center that will focus on high-tech training to serve the needs of petrochemical, plastics, food and beverage, and pharmaceuticals industries.Houston continues to be the energy capital of the world and our graduates contribute to the success of the region. Our Process Technology center at Generation Park enables us to take the next step in accomplishing our mission of preparing our students with the critical skills that are in high demand from the world’s leading oil and gas companies.
Stolt-Nielsen is one of the world’s leading providers of door-to-door transportation services for bulk-liquid chemicals and food-grade products. They have purchased six acres in Generation Park for the construction of their North American corporate headquarters as part of their plan to consolidate their Norwalk, CT and Houston, TX staff in one location.
The new corporate headquarters will have prominent visibility from Beltway 8 and will anchor, along with TechnipFMC (NYSE: FTI), the amenity rich mixed-use Redemption Square. The site can accommodate two office towers totaling 200,000 square feet, large enough for more than 600 staff.While office relocations are always difficult, the move is hard to argue against. Our customers are in Houston, the chemical industry is in Houston and our ships call in Houston. Consolidating our U.S. operations in Texas will allow us to better integrate our teams and achieve synergies not currently possible, both vital in today's increasingly competitive environment.