INVESTMENT OPPORTUNIITIES IN THE NEAR FUTURE HISTORICAL CORRIDOR

Did you know that Houston’s East End was the Capital of Texas in 1836?. Our forefathers met and signed the Declaration of Independence at Washington on the Brazos in 1836, days later the provisional government moved to Harrisburg, now Houston’s East End. John Harris home served as the seat of the new government and Capitol of Texas until the Battle of San Jacinto. All this happened before the Allen Brothers founded Houston. Along with new housing and Downtown construction, Old Town Harrisburg, a mixed use development similar to San Antonio’s Market Square is revitalizing the East End. The center when completed will house 5 restaurants, a replica of Callejon del Beso (Alley of the Kiss), country chapel, souvenir shops, bars and a new concept in coffee and pizza shops. This innovative center designed like a Mexican Hacienda will satisfy the needs of millions of visitors that visit Houston looking for entertainment, good food and to learn where the Republic of Texas was born. We have more history than The Alamo. The entire war efforts were directed from Harrisburg, not San Antonio, and thanks to this small town and San Jacinto several states are now part of the US. Metro that have completed their green line. Most important is that this line connects historic Harrisburg with Downtown. Houston’s East End, formerly City of Harrisburg, is the cradle of Texas Independence and birthplace of the City of Houston. Harrisburg served as the seat of the Texas provisional government in 1836. The East End is quickly becoming into a tourist destination district. Old Town Harrisburg, is located next to the Cesar Chavez Metro Rail Station and 5 minutes from Downtown Houston. Both the combined Old Town and the 1836 Historical Plaza with a replica of 1836 Capitol promise to bring millions of visitors to Houston’s East End. This will be the first tourist destination point near Downtown Houston. An Excellent opportunity for investors to get on the ground floor.

Excellent opportunity for investors. julio@interplangroup.net 713-505-6877

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