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The 2016 Central Houston Annual Meeting
Thursday, October 16, 2016

Downtown Houston is emerging on the national stage.

Each year between 800 to 1,000 corporate leaders, city planners, developers, political officials and dignitaries gather in October for the Central Houston Annual Meeting. 

Join us for a luncheon where we look ahead to what's next.

The Central Houston annual meeting is a rare opportunity to hear from local and national experts on urban development, as well as network with the Houston area’s most active real estate pioneers.



For more information about the 2016 Annual Meeting, contact Will Matthews, 713.650.1470 or will@centralhouston.org.

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A Look Ahead: The Central City

Digital technologies that change the way people live, work and think will have a profound effect on how cities like Houston will grow, an architect, urban planner and MIT professor told a crowd of business leaders.



Through the Years

Each year between 800 to 1,000 corporate leaders, city planners, developers, political officials and dignitaries gather in October for the Central Houston Annual Meeting. This luncheon is always a major attraction for those involved and interested in downtown.

Year

2015

2014

2013

2012

2010

2009

2008

2007

Prior Speakers

Dennis Frenchman

Alan Ehrenhalt

Bob Yaro

Bruce Katz 

Chris Leinberger

John Zogby

James A. Baker

Gerald Hines


Topic

A Look Ahead: The Central City

Growing Region, Thriving Core

Expanding the Urban Core

Growing Region, Thriving Core

Investing in Urbanism

Central Cities, A Look to the Future

25 Years of Progress

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