Memorial City is a business district in Houston, United States, situated in the Memorial neighborhood. This place is known by Memorial Hermann Memorial City Medical Center, Memorial City Mall, the nation’s 38th-largest shopping mall; Town & Country Village, a shopping center, and City Centre, a high-density mixed-use development; which are all located along Interstate 10 (Katy Freeway) between Beltway 8 and Bunker Hill Road. Metro National, a development business that has built 107 hectares or 265 acres of land, which includes the entire mall, owns a large chunk of Memorial City.
With nearly 570,000 m2 or 6.1 million square feet of retail space and 770,000 m2 or 8.3 million square feet of office area, Memorial City is a major regional employment center. Over 47,000 people work in the district’s companies. The famous Memorial City Mall has almost 20 million viewers each year. Over 4,400 people live in the district’s rising residential population, which is mostly focused on a range of high-density buildings.
The Memorial City Area of Management, a special governing district that provides infrastructure investment and branding, serves a portion of Memorial City. The Texas Legislature established the management district in 1999.
In 1971The Memorial Hermann Memorial City, Medical Center was established as Memorial City General Hospital. Later, in 1971, changing its name to Memorial Hermann Memorial City Medical Center. It treats up to 25,000 patients annually.
The Memorial City district is bisected by Katy Freeway or Interstate 10, which provides the east-west connection. Beltway 8 is an important north-south thoroughfare in the region. Therefore, from north to south connectivity is provided by Gessner Road.
Public transportation services are provided by The Harris County Metropolitan Transit Authority. Memorial City and Spring Branch are connected by the 72 Westview route. The Memorial City-Northwest Transit Center road runs Northwest Transit Center and Memorial City through Memorial Drive, initiating people from other sections of Houston to shift in Downtown to the Memorial City with 162 services and 160,161 servings. Memorial City is connected to Downtown through Northwest Transit Center by the Memorial City Express of 160 in number. The 161 Wilcrest Express serves the city, which connects Memorial City to Wilcrest Drive and Downtown, and the 162 Memorial Express, which serves the western Memorial Drive and the Memorial City region.
Memorial City is connected to Sharpstown, Spring Branch, and Westchase, through Gessner Road via the 46 Gessner route. Britoak Lane and Northwest Transit Center run through Katy Freeway on the 39 Katy Freeway route. Long Point Road and Cavalcade Street connect to the Hempstead Transit Center and The 26 Long Point/ Cavalcade takes you to Kashmere Transit Center which finishes here alongside the 160.
Government And Infrastructure
The Memorial City Management District is based in Two Memorial City Plaza, Suite 1530. Memorial City is divided between Houston City Council District G and Houston City Council District A. The Memorial Park Post Office, located at 10505 Town and Country Way in Memorial City, is run by the United States Postal Service. Other HCC campuses and Houston Baptist University are among the colleges and universities in the commuting zone.