Last week, Rice University led a press conference in partnership with the City of Houston, the Texas Medical Center and Station Houston. The focus? The transformation of the historic Sears building in midtown into an anchor space for the future Innovation District. As with any major initiative or partnership, the community weighed in on what this new development means for the future of the city. Click through to read thoughts from local journalists, community leaders, and entrepreneurs.
Historic Midtown Sears building to anchor Houston innovation district
Jade Boyd, Rice University News & Media
How a Midtown innovation hub will impact Houston's burgeoning tech scene
Jack Witthaus and Cara Smith, Houston Business Journal
Former Midtown Sears Site To Be Houston 'Innovation District'
Florian Martin, Houston Public Media
The Eight Elements of a Successful Innovation District?
William Fulton, The Urban Edge - Kinder Institute
Rice, partners envision innovative future for retired Sears building in Midtown
Paul Takahashi, Houston Chronicle
Station Houston and Mayor Turner Want Houston Innovation
Juliet Childers, Edgy Labs
Seeking to Join Top Tech Hubs, Houston Plans an Innovation District
Angela Shah, Xconomy
How a downtown incubator became the future operator of Houston's innovation hub
Jack Witthaus, Houston Business Journal
Mayor Turner, Rice announce new Midtown Innovation District
G. Trudeau, CW39
Houston Innovation District to be anchored by historic Midtown Sears building
Amanda Cochran, KPRC2
Midtown Sears building transforming to new tech hub
Stephanie Whitfeld, KHOU11
Bonus read: Houston looks inward for tech innovation leadership
Andrea Rumbaugh, Houston Chronicle
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