By Roxanna Asgarian Lone Star College will build a Process Technology Center on 8.3 acres of land in the 4,000-acre Generation Park. The center will prepare students for technical careers…
There is so much more to come in Redemption Square, but we just had to share with you the installation of the sycamore trees in the plaza! ... See MoreSee Less
250 Assay Street, the first building in Generation Park's lifestyle district, Redemption Square, has its first occupant: the McCord Development team! In September, we began our move into the second floor. ... See MoreSee Less
Earlier this week, our president Ryan McCord spoke at Bisnow Houston's Hurricane Harvey Construction and Development Summit. Thankfully, the infrastructure of our development was able to handle the storm, and we're glad to see no noticeable delays in construction. ... See MoreSee Less
We're committed to helping Lake Houston make a full recovery, which is why we're proud to support Lake Houston Area Chamber of Commerce's #LakeHoustonBack2Biz. Learn more at: bit.ly/2xbqWRW ... See MoreSee Less
Looking for the full story about Generation Park? Check out this great video to learn more. https://t.co/4K9p9qiA7t
ICYMI, our director of land development, Rick Yarbrough, met with the future of STEM in Lake Houston at @SheldonISD!
Getting some "real" consulting on our new Science PBL project from Mr. Yarbrough with McCord Development. @GenParkHou #careerconnections
Thanks Generation Park and Mr. Yarbrough for visiting our STEM Science class and giving our project great perspective! https://t.co/S9rjWwPuuO
It was our pleasure to consult with these gifted students! Thanks to @SheldonISD for preparing the next generation of STEM leaders.
Huge thanks to Mr. Yarbrough from @GenParkHou for consulting with our @SheldonISD STEM students on their first science PBL #sisdstem 3
Thanks to Realty News Report for covering our pursuit of @Amazon's HQ2! https://t.co/MCCktUcS8h
Learn more about our Jewel Box space, a restaurant space still available for lease at 250 Assay Street. https://t.co/xt5KQOAm0z
ICYMI, @swamplot ran a feature about our paver installation at Redemption Square!
How the Pavers Went Down on the Path To Redemption Square https://t.co/svfXaT1Lbl
Look closely and you'll see that 250 Assay Street now has occupants! McCord Development moved in last month and loves being in #LakeHouston.