Welcome to Cobblestone Market Cafe
in the Energy Corridor
We’ve got a Healthier Option for Lunch Near you
Cobblestone Market Café is a fast, casual and comfortable café. This is a great place to dine-in or grab a meal on-the-go! Our Lunch Menu offers our customers homemade and healthier alternatives by providing Fresh roasted Beef and Turkey, grilled antibiotic Free Chicken breast and marinated veggies, all prepared to provide the freshest ingredients for our sandwiches and salads. We even have Vegetarian and Vegan offerings that are created with marinated and grilled vegetables that are flavorful!
Healthy Breakfast Restaurant Near You
Our breakfast menu is made to order with fresh ingredients, and plenty of variety. Short on time? Call it in for a quick pick up!
At Cobblestone we offer a hot and fresh country breakfast with eggs any way you want ‘em. We have hearty, three-egg omelets that you create with three yummy ingredients. You can make it low in cholesterol with just egg whites too.
If you’re in hurry and just need a grab and go breakfast, try a breakfast sandwich, fresh made on a buttery croissant, bagel or toast or one of the many varieties of breakfast tacos. We also have wholesome options such as buttery grits and hot oatmeal topped with your choice of apples, berries, pecans, or simply brown sugar and butter.
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Houston Energy Corridor From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Energy Corridor Business district of Greater Houston
Westlake Park, which contains the BP Americas headquarters
Westlake Park, which contains the BP Americas headquarters
Coordinates: 29.77°N 95.63°W
Country United States United States
State Texas Texas
- Type County Improvement District
- Body Harris County Improvement District #4 (Energy Corridor Management District)
- Estimate (2016) 22,034
The Energy Corridor is a business district in Greater Houston, Texas, located on the west side of the metropolitan area between Beltway 8 and the Grand Parkway. The district straddles Interstate 10 (the Katy Freeway) from Kirkwood Road westward to Barker Cypress Road and extends south along Eldridge Parkway to Briar Forest Drive. Parts of the district overlap with the Memorial area of Houston.
Many energy sector companies have major operations in the Energy Corridor, including BP America, Citgo, ConocoPhillips, and Shell Oil Company. Non-energy firms also have a presence; Sysco and Gulf States Toyota Distributors are both headquartered in the district.
Over 26,000 acres (41 sq mi; 110 km2) of urban park area borders the Energy Corridor, including George Bush Park and Bear Creek Pioneers Park. These parks are located within Barker Reservoir and Addicks Reservoir, respectively, which comprise a major flood control system for Buffalo Bayou.
The Energy Corridor contains over 26 million square feet (2,400,000 m2) of office space, with an employment capacity of over 105,000.
4.1 Public schools
4.2 Private schools
4.3 Public libraries
5 Parks and recreation
7 External links
Energy industry corporations began moving to west Houston in the 1970s, seeking land for suburban office campuses and proximity to new housing developments.
Browning-Ferris Industries (BFI) had its headquarters in the district until its acquisition by Allied Waste in 2000.
In 2001, the Texas Legislature created the 1,700-acre (2.7 sq mi) Energy Corridor Management District. In Texas, management districts are special government entities empowered to levy commercial taxes within their boundaries to support investments in infrastructure, urban planning, district branding and advertising, and public safety. Since then, the district has been actively involved in the creation of new infrastructure in the area, including road widening and the addition of bicycle lanes and sidewalks, and operates an extensive tree-planting and beautification program.
Between 2001 and 2013, the district more than tripled its total property value, from $600 million to over $2 billion. The amount of new office space added to the Energy Corridor between 2005 and 2015 is equivalent to the amount added during the preceding three decades. However, the 2010s oil glut put a damper on this growth, causing office and apartment vacancy rates in the area to rise significantly. Despite this slowdown, the district saw a significant increase in hospital construction during the mid-2010s, including new facilities for Texas Children’s Hospital, Houston Methodist Hospital, and the M.D. Anderson Cancer Center.
ExxonMobil operated a large chemical facility in the district until 2013, when it consolidated operations in its new corporate campus in Spring.
Largest employers in the Energy Corridor, 2016
Wood Group 10,960
Technip USA, Inc. 4,300
Shell Oil Company 3,000
Historically, the Energy Corridor has been one of Houston’s strongest office markets.
The district is the second-largest employment center in the region with more than 94,000 employees and over 300 companies.
The Energy Corridor is home to the national or international headquarters of the following companies:
BP America at Westlake Park
Gulf States Toyota
SBM Offshore USA
Shell Oil Company, the fifth-largest employer in the Energy Corridor, operates a large campus in the district. Dow Chemical Company and Sonangol USA have offices in the area.
METRO bus stop
The Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County, Texas (METRO) provides public transportation to the area. Line 75, originally known as the Energy Corridor Connector, operates during weekdays. Commuters from Downtown Houston and Midtown Houston can connect to the 75 connector via 228 Addicks and 229 Kingsland/Addicks through the Addicks Park and Ride. The 75 connector also connects with routes along Westheimer Road and Memorial Drive. In January 2011, the name of the route was changed to 75 Eldridge Crosstown, and the southern terminus of the line was extended to Mission Bend Park and Ride, enabling more convenient connections with the Westchase district and the New Chinatown area.
Energy Corridor intersection
Two general aviation airports serve the Energy Corridor: West Houston Airport, near Addicks Reservoir, and Houston Executive Airport in unincorporated Waller County. The latter was built to serve employees of firms in the Energy Corridor.
Two-thirds of the district’s employees live within a “commute zone” spread across northern Fort Bend County, western Harris County, and southern Waller County.
The southern, western and eastern areas of the Energy Corridor are served by Houston Independent School District, Katy Independent School District, and Spring Branch Independent School District, respectively.
Houston ISD residents are zoned to Ray K. Daily Elementary School, West Briar Middle School (with Revere Middle School, a STEM Magnet, as an option), and Westside High School.
Katy ISD residents are zoned to Wolfe Elementary School, Mayde Creek Junior High School, Mayde Creek High School, Memorial Parkway Junior High School, and James E. Taylor High School.
Spring Branch ISD residents are zoned to Nottingham Elementary School, Spring Forest Middle School, and Stratford High School.
In 2016, the British International School of Houston opened in Greater Katy to serve the district’s large population of British expatriates.
The Houston Public Library operates the Kendall Neighborhood Library on Eldridge Parkway.
Parks and recreationThe Energy Corridor is intersected by Terry Hershey Park, a linear park which runs east to west along Buffalo Bayou from Beltway 8 to Barker Reservoir. The district is connected to a wider trail system by trailheads at the intersection of Eldridge and Enclave and at Mayde Creek as it passes under Interstate 10. These trails connect the district to George Bush Park to the southwest.
Ray Miller Park, a neighborhood park, is located at the southern end of the district on Eldridge Parkway.
“A major reason for the optimism in the Energy Corridor is the continued development of the area. Clark, who’s been working as a city planner around Houston since the ’80s, says major infrastructure improvements are underway. With more of the Grand Parkway opening and the completion of Park Row to connect Eldridge to Katy, the area’s excellent mobility continues to improve. Clark also pointed out that the Houston Metro has completely revamped its service in the Energy Corridor, now offering service seven days a week and providing access to a circulator that will connect the Energy Corridor to the Greater Houston Area.”
Source: Wolff Companies