In addition to anchoring Fort Bend County’s Innovation Corridor, the Grid is surrounded by some of the Houston area’s most desirable residential communities and offers remarkable access to the entire city.
The Gateway to Fort Bend County
The Grid’s high-profile location on I-59 makes it the gateway to Fort Bend County, one of the fastest growing and most business-friendly communities in the nation.
340,000 CARS pass the Grid each day on Highway 59, West Airport Boulevard, Kirkwood Road, and Murphy Road
A SUBSTANTIAL DAYTIME POPULATION
The large number of major employers within minutes of the Grid will ensure robust demand for its new restaurants, shops, and entertainment.
Daytime population of 367,076 within a 10-minute drive
36 companies with more than 300 employees within a 10-minute drive
The Grid is surrounded by popular and well-established master-planned communities, along with dense retail and commercial development.
- Adjacent to Fort Bend County’s leading master planned communities
- Direct access from US 59
As a new focal point for community life in southwest Houston and Fort Bend County, the Grid is at the heart of the most educated and ethnically diverse county in the United States.
Within a 10-minute drive:
- 465,104 total population
- 139,106 millennial population
- 54,485 households with incomes of $75,000+
- 50,621 estimated population growth from 2018 to 2023
1,708,000+ people living within a 20-minute drive
Projected annual population growth in Fort Bend County of 148,168