A unique community with the feel of a small town in a very big city.

There’s not another neighborhood in Houston that can offer what St. George Place has. One of only two areas of the city protected by zoning ordinances, this small pocket of 650 homes is ideally located between Westheimer and Richmond––two main thoroughfares that lead straight to the heart of the city. The Southwest Freeway and Loop 610 are just blocks away, giving those who live here an easy path to any part of Houston’s economic engine––the Texas Medical Center, the Energy Corridor, or downtown.

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City of Houston TIRZ One

The city of Houston Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone Number One was created by Houston city council, pursuant to landowner petition and provisions of the Texas Tax Code.


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Lamar Terrace PID One

The city of Houston created Lamar Terrace Public Improvement District Number One on November 7, 1990.


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Lamar Terrace PID Two

Lamar Terrace Public Improvement District Number Two was created on August 9, 1995 by city of Houston Ordinance 95-121.


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Zoning – Planned Unit Dev.

Houston City Council on July 21, 1999 approved and adopted plans to organize development within TIRZ 1 through the use of Planned Unit Development Districts.


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