The Grand Parkway, the third and outermost loop around Houston, was envisioned more than 50 years ago. The idea behind the massive project was that the 200-mile roadway would help alleviate future highway congestion and spur growth and development as the Bayou City expanded.
The Katy Area Economic Development Council recently released new videos to help promote Katy.
The videos, which offer sweeping views of the Katy area, were photographed used drones. The videos are targeted to office employers that might consider Houston and Katy for expansion, location or relocation.
“We hope it will be a nice attraction to the area in addition to the mall,” says former Katy mayor Skip Conner, chairman of the Katy Development Authority.
The authority, which acts on behalf of the city to develop Katy Mills, is in final negotiations with Simpkins Group – developer of the Katy Boardwalk – to purchase 10 to 15 acres for the project.
EDC Supports Katy ISD Resolution