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Lower Kirby District

The Lower Kirby District is a 1,200-acre mixed-use development in northwest Pearland, fronting South Beltway 8 and State Highway 288.  The master plan for the District includes urban residential, office, retail, technology/research campus and light manufacturing all linked by landscaped boulevards with walking trails and parks.

Lower Kirby is capturing a significant portion of office, retail, commercial and industrial projects as the Houston market continues to grow and expand. To learn more, visit www.lowerkirby.com.

Existing developments within the Lower Kirby Urban District include:

As development continues to thrive in the Lower Kirby District, many infrastructure projects are underway to bring additional value to the community. Hooper Road was recently reconstructed from Beltway 8 to Fruge Road. Construction to extend North Spectrum Boulevard was recently completed and South Spectrum Boulevard is currently being extended from Kirby Drive to Promenade Shops.

In 2009, the Pearland Economic Development Corporation and City of Pearland hired Gateway Planning Group to develop a strategy for the Lower Kirby Urban District. Planning for zoning aligned by location and character, infrastructure and development guidelines, the strategy positions the district to maximize return on investment and building consistency. These plans, coupled with a phased infrastructure strategy, create a uniquely positioned investment opportunity for Pearland and potential investors.