As home to major commercial developments housing multi-million-dollar corporations with regional, national and international significance, the Katy Area possesses the infrastructure in the form of affordable housing, services, excellent schools, health care and economic incentives to provide an attractive relocation selection for major corporate and industrial concerns.
The noted "Houston Energy Corridor" extends into the Katy Area (roughly the geographical area within the boundaries of the Katy Independent School District) where international oil and gas giant BP maintains its U.S. headquarters. Other Energy Corridor residents include Conoco, In. and Exxon Mobil Chemical Company.
Deeper into the community lies Park Ten, a 550 acre multi-use development where space is predominately occupied by office buildings, service centers, distribution warehouses and multi-family housing. Park Ten is home to Soneb, Syntron, Trendmaker Homes, TXU Communications, Mustang Engineering, Harken Energy and many other companies.
Located approximately 25 miles west of Houston's CBD and the nation's busiest port in terms of tonnage, the Katy area is positioned to access all the business benefits of being located in one of the world's most vibrant economic regions and emerge as one of the hubs of commercial activity on the booming west side. The Katy Area is a prime destination for company officials who look to relocate offices in suburban locales to accommodate the desires of their workforce.
For further information, contact the Katy Area Economic Development Council
6301 South Stadium Lane Ste 111