At the Grid, a place that once launched the area’s reputation as a center for advanced technology will now inspire the next generation of innovators.

Texas Instruments

Before it relocated to more modern facilities in 2012, the Texas Instruments campus that is now the Grid was home to as many as 5,000 employees and was a major economic and innovation engine for the area.

World changing innovations such as the consumer handheld calculator and the digital signal processor (DSP) were conceived here

Encouraging the Next Generation of Innovators

The Grid is supporting the long-term economic viability and health of the community by providing space that appeals to the businesses and employees that represent the next generation of success for the Innovation Corridor.


The Grid is also looking out for the future by embracing sustainability in ways that go far beyond the traditional goals of energy efficiency and water conservation.


The Grid is minimizing waste and creating a unique, one-of-a-kind experience by reusing existing buildings and site infrastructure.

More than 750,000 square feet of repurposed buildings


During the design and construction process, the team made extensive efforts to preserve the site’s impressive collection of decades-old oak trees.

197 EXISTING TREES saved during construction

370+ NEW TREES planted on the site


The Grid is encouraging healthy lifestyles with a walkable environment and space for outdoor living.

  • Pocket parks
  • Fitness activities
  • Sidewalks
  • Bike-friendly