The Texas 288 corridor is ideal for families desiring quick access to employment centers, entertainment and sporting events, and major destinations in central Houston. Texas 288 is south of downtown Houston and the Texas Medical Center, the largest employment centers in the city. Moving to Pearland means The Texas Medical Center is less than 15 miles away. Institutions include Memorial Hermann Hospital, Methodist Hospital, St. Luke's Episcopal Hospital, Texas Children's Hospital, M. D. Anderson Cancer Center, Baylor College of Medicine, Rice University, Texas Heart Institute, Texas A&M Health Science Center, and The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston. Click here to order a free Texas 288 South newcomer guide.
A move to Pearland area means you will be just 20 miles from downtown Houston and more than 3,000 employment opportunities, including Shell Oil, Exxon Mobil, CenterPoint, Chevron, El Paso Corporation, Halliburton, University of Houston, and Continental Airlines. Pearland Town Center, anchored by Macy’s, Dillard’s, and Barnes & Noble, has more than 75 shops and restaurants.
Texas 288 South Newcomer Guide covers Pearland, Alvin, Friendswood and Manvell, plus, Angleton, Lake Jackson and the Brazosport area. Dow Chemical in Freeport is located in the south part of the Texas 288 corridor. .
The Texas 288 South Newcomer Magazine covers a range of interests. Grand neighborhoods and new master-planned communities boast homes by leading builders, apartment homes, build-on-your-lot communities, ranches, and beach homes are some of the lifestyle options. Medical providers, banks, Realtors, schools, restaurants and entertainment venues give residents the opportunity to live, work and play close to home.The eight school districts in the Texas 288 corridor employ more than 40,000 and recruit hundreds of teachers each year.
To learn more about the businesses servicing this area, browse the Directory below.
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