Howdy, Neighbors!

Howdy, Neighbors!

Chief Emergency Center Officer: Neighbors Health CEO (or chief executive officer) Setul Patel, M.D., aims to change how people access health care. This summer, Westchase District welcomed new neighbors...Neighbors Health System, that is. The parent company of Neighbors Emergency Centers has occupied the entire building at 10800 Richmond Avenue. Relocating from Pearland, the company’s new 100,000 square-foot headquarters initially will hold about 200 employees with room for expansion. Dr. Setul Patel, chief executive officer of…..Read More

Westchase District Breaks Ground on Third Hike and Bike Trail

Westchase District Breaks Ground on Third Hike and Bike Trail

Dig This: Members of the Westchase District community broke ground Friday on the .6-mile HCC Campus Trail near Westheimer and Hayes Road. (From left): Jack Pidgeon, West Houston Christian Center; James Koski, Office of Mayor Sylvester Turner; Zachary Hodges, HCC Northwest; Tracy Bridge, CenterPoint Energy; Beth Van Winkle, Milestone Management; and Jim Murphy, Westchase District. Westchase District staff and West Houston civic leaders broke ground Friday morning on the HCC Campus Trail, Westchase District’s third…..Read More

Hiya! No, Make That Hiii-YAH!

Hiya! No, Make That Hiii-YAH!

Tweak the technique: Students practice their Songahm Taekwondo forms at West Houston ATA Martial Arts. Whether you’re looking to lose weight, stay in shape or simply try something new, practicing some form of martial arts can provide the push (or kick) you need to get into a more active lifestyle. Fortunately, Westchase District has more than a handful of businesses well-prepared to increase your strength and agility as well as help refocus your mind. Nations…..Read More

A Night Owl and an Early Bird Working Double Shifts

A Night Owl and an Early Bird Working Double Shifts

Let’s Roll: You might see officer Nam Nguyen on bike patrol Wednesdays in Westchase District. In some countries, people labeled early birds are called “A-people” and those who are night owls are called “B-people.” But what about a man who works from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. and then takes on a second shift from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m.? You might call him crazy, or you could call him Nam Nguyen. Nguyen, a Westchase…..Read More

A Westchase District Food Favorite Turns 50

A Westchase District Food Favorite Turns 50

Pick Your Pepper: Randalls store director Steve Budd keeps things fresh and colorful at the Woodlake Square store in Westchase District. In a volatile grocery industry, Randalls has stood the test of time, remaining a vital retailer and an integral part of the Westchase District community. Founded in 1966 in Houston, the company has been headquartered in Westchase District since 1989 at 3663 Briarpark. The grocer has 30 Houston-area stores, including one in Woodlake Square…..Read More

Going the Extra Miles for Its Customers

Going the Extra Miles for Its Customers

Downshifting onto Retirement Road: President Charles Meyer (on left, with Emily Stoller, vice president of operations) will retire at the end of the year,marking a 39-year career with Glesby Marks. If you choose to lease a car, most likely you’ll head to your nearest car dealership. But what if you need to lease specialty vehicles for your company, such as buses, refrigerated trucks or compressed natural gas vehicles? What if you want to lease a…..Read More

Wings Over Westchase That Never Leave the Ground

Wings Over Westchase That Never Leave the Ground

Winging It: Mural artist Larry Crawford works on a giant mural that now adorns the concrete slope along the District’s Library Loop Trail. There’s more public art on display in Westchase District and this time mural artist Larry Crawford is thinking big. How big? Well, his latest mural depicting six butterflies is about 80 feet wide by 30 feet tall. “It’s the biggest single project I’ve done by myself,” said Crawford, owner of Mural Arts.…..Read More

Game Changer: Parks and Recreation Coming Soon

Game Changer: Parks and Recreation Coming Soon

A proper home for scooters and soccer balls: This 3.4 acre-field just north of the Library Loop Trail on Wilcrest Drive will become one of two parks in Westchase District. For all the rich amenities in Westchase District – unmatched mobility, award-winning beautifi cation, superior public safety and convenient retail shopping just to name a few – the area historically has been park poor. That’s about to change with the City of Houston’s recent vote…..Read More

Recreational Reading as Walking Trail Attraction

Recreational Reading as Walking Trail Attraction

Take a book, leave a book: The new, Little Free Library along the Library Loop Trail is now open for all to enjoy. Perhaps you've heard of the Little Free Library movement? The concept is simple: quirky mailbox-like structures filled with books supplied by readers that are free for all to enjoy. Borrow a book or leave one to share with the world - it's a grass roots way to promote reading and randomly discover…..Read More

20 Years of Conference Planning, One Meeting at a Time

20 Years of Conference Planning, One Meeting at a Time

Even in today’s world of virtual meetings and working from remote locations, there’s still something to be said for getting up from your desk and interacting with people face-to-face. Well-planned, well-run meetings are a timeless necessity for most businesses. Hotels often specialize in meeting space, but what if most of your meeting attendees don’t need sleeping rooms? For 20 years, one of Westchase District’s best answers to that question has been Norris Conference Centers. A…..Read More

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