2022 Energy Corridor homes for sale & insider real estate guide

The Energy Corridor is a 2,000-acre business district that is becoming more popular among prospective property buyers. The area has grown significantly as a result of business and government initiatives. The neighborhood progresses into a world-class urban residential and commercial district where work and play are possible.

Energy Corridor homes are popular thanks to:

Properties in the Energy Corridor are in high demand. Recent developments such as the commuter bus service project and a master plan to transform the district into a sustainable and world-class residential and business area.

Not surprisingly, real estate in the area tends to track oil & gas prices. The area has seen significant appreciation and expansion over the last decade. It has tracked the decline in recent years, as residents rely on the energy markets for a living which can be advantageous for buyers not employed by oil and gas companies and wishes to relocate to the area.

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Table of Contents

  1. Energy Corridor Home Sale Trends
  2. Energy Corridor Best Realtor Insights
  3. Energy Corridor Maps, Location & Zip Code
  4. Energy Corridor Schools
  5. Energy Corridor Real Estate Market

Energy Corridor Home Sale Trends

Energy Corridor Real Estate Trends

Energy Corridor is a flourishing community of residential and commercial areas. Conveniently located along Interstate 10, between Beltway 8 and the Grand Parkway. The 2,000-acre business district is becoming more popular among prospective property buyers.

Energy Corridor homes are popular thanks to:

Properties in Energy Corridor are in high demand. Recent initiatives include a commuter bus service project. A master plan is turning the district into a world-class residential and business community.

Energy Corridor Best Realtor Insights

Apart from being a key business and work center, the Energy Corridor is a booming community of residential areas and commercial establishments.

Energy Corridor

Energy Corridor Maps, Location & Zip Code

Energy Corridor Map

Commute Time Energy Corridor
Downtown (min) 20
Med Ctr (min) 30
Energy Corridor (min) Unknown
Galleria (min) 20

Map of Energy Corridor

Highlights Energy Corridor
Amenities The Energy Corridor of Greater Houston is a 2,000-acre business district. Major corporate offices help grow its population and development as a property.

The neighborhood offers world-class dining such as the award-winning Le Mistral and others. Its accessibility to downtown Houston and a 26,000-acre park is also another benefit.
Golf Courses ##Golf Courses

- Memorial Park Golf Course and Driving Range

- Houston Country Club

- Lakeside Country Club

- Sharpstown Park Golf Course

- Nottingham Park Disc Golf Course
Run / Bike Trails ## Run/Bike/Hike Trails

- Terry Hershey Hike Trail

- Bike Riding (Buffalo Bayou Trail)
Nearby Retail / Dining ## Dining

- Le Mistral and its bakery, Foody's Gourmet

- La Madeleine

- Bao Bao Banh Mi

- Blue Agave Cantina

- Murphy's Deli


- Walgreens

- Kroger

- The UPS Store

- Parcel Plus

- Office Evolution


- George Bush Park

- Bear Creek Pioneers Park

- Terry Hershey Park

- Dairy Ashford Roller Rink
Major Employers ## Major Employers

- BP America


- Dow Chemical

- Mustang

- Shell Exploration and Production

- ConocoPhillips

Energy Corridor Schools

Top Elementary Schools Great Schools Ranking
Bush Elem 9

Top Middle Schools Great Schools Ranking
Memorial Parkway Jr High 7
West Briar Middle 7

Top High Schools Great Schools Ranking
Taylor High 7

The Energy Corridor is served by three different school districts: the Houston ISD, the Katy ISD, and the Spring Branch ISD.

Elementary Schools

Middle Schools

High Schools

Energy Corridor Houston Private Schools

Energy Corridor is also home to excellent private schools. Listed below are some of them:

To find an updated listing of all Energy Corridor real estate zoned to any specific public school, please send an email to Paige Martin at with the property preference and budget that you’re working with.

*Note: School zoning tends to change from year to year, information provided above are accurate but not guaranteed. Please double check by visiting the school’s website.

Energy Corridor Real Estate Market

Energy Corridor Single-Family Home Sale Trends


Energy Corridors single-family homes can range from older 3-bedroom bungalows to newer and more luxurious two-story houses. Older homes sell for as low as $100,000, while newer construction houses can go as high as $2,000,000.

Single-family homes in the Energy Corridor differ in architectural styles. Popular in the area are Mediterranean, Spanish, traditional, modern, and contemporary-inspired homes.

Compared to Inner Loop properties, Energy Corridor homes are more affordable while featuring the same comforts and options. The average price per square foot is around $184.99. Land price is at $39.87 per square foot, almost tripling over the past decade ($13.97).

These numbers are projected to increase alongside the housing market boom. According to the CDS Market Research study, the housing market in the Energy Corridor is expected to rise by 35%.

Energy Corridor Townhomes Sale Trends

Townhomes in the Energy Corridor have standard floor plans that include 3 bedrooms and 3 baths. These properties have a relatively smaller lot and floor areas, but some feature front and/or backyards.

Energy Corridor townhomes are quite affordable and more accessible to young families and professionals working in the district. Prices can range from $125,000 to $500,000.

Big property development companies have taken a special interest in the Energy Corridor, with some plans revolving around new townhomes. There are several townhomes and apartments that are newly built or currently under construction, estimated to be worth $217 million in total. These include Grayco Townhomes, Grayco Apartments, Alexan Enclave, and Alliance Apartments.

The CDS report also indicated that around 1,500 units of townhomes and multi-family apartments will grow along Park Row.

Energy Corridor Condo Sale Trends

To see other condos within the Inner Loop and the Memorial area, see Inner Loop Houston Condos and Memorial Houston Condos.

Energy Corridor TX History

History Energy Corridor

The Energy Corridor owes its name and its very existence to the energy companies within the district.

In the 1970s, Shell Oil Company and Conoco chose to build campus facilities and move their operations along Interstate 10. This was to accommodate both growing operations and additional employees. The move and development paved the way for other oil and gas companies to follow suit.

In 2001, the Texas State Legislature created the Energy Corridor District, otherwise known as the Harris County Improvement District #4, at the request of property owners.

It is a municipal management district that aims to promote public safety, to improve transportation and commuting solutions, and to further develop its standing as a key business district.

Thanks to its master planning and overall development, the Energy Corridor is one of the best places to work, visit, live, and invest in in West Houston.

Fun Things To Do Near Energy Corridor

The Energy Corridor features a mix of both work and play. It has several entertainment, retail, and dining establishments within the district and is adjacent to nearly 26,000 acres of urban park areas.

The district prides itself in having everything its residents need and want – from day spas to garden centers, and from small, family-owned gift shops to large retail giants. Its shopping and entertainment options extend beyond its borders as well, with The Katy Mills Outlet Mall and Memorial City Mall within minutes from the Energy Corridor.

Since the district advocates outdoor recreation and healthy living among its residents and visitors, there are a number of active lifestyle options available in the Energy Corridor.

The Addicks and Barker Reservoirs offer parks including Cullen Park, Bear Creek Park, and George Bush Park. The Terry Hershey Park, with winding trails connecting neighborhoods within the Corridor, has 11 miles of trails for walking, hiking, and cycling. The Energy Corridor has over 50 miles of trails in total.

Fun Things To Do Energy Corridor

Facilities for golf and tennis are also easily accessible within and around the district.

Residents in the Energy Corridor enjoy a wide range of dining options, from fine dining to fast food.

Must-visit places within Energy Corridor include:


Map of Energy Corridor

Energy Corridor Houston Realtor – Paige Martin

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