City Hall and the adjacent Hermann Square are the civic center of downtown Houston. The pulse of the city can be felt throughout these two city blocks, as City Hall is the people’s place to meet, relax, gather, celebrate, and express their voice. Clark Condon worked with the City of Houston to create a master […]
La Cantera Town Center is a busy and vibrant, walkable, urban destination in San Antonio. Focused on the characteristics of live, work, play, the Town Center hosts hotels, restaurants, and office space, as well as parks, trails, landscaping, and streetscape design. Clark Condon is working with USAA and the Patrinely Group to develop several projects
Read more to see how Clark Condon developed a Beautification Strategy Study identifying potential locations and options to help the City of Pearland meet their development goals.
Broadway Boulevard is in the heart of the Hobby Area Management District and serves as a major transportation corridor to and from William P. Hobby Airport. As a gateway and first impression for the City of Houston, the Broadway Boulevard required a complete transformation including enhancement of the streetscapes and an identity for the emerging district.
The implementation of the project included complex coordination between numerous stakeholders, in addition to the Hobby Area Management District, including the City of Houston Public Works, Scenic Houston, Trees for Houston, Glenbrook Valley Historic Neighborhood, TxDOT, and CenterPoint Energy, who donated the installation of the city’s first major LED street lights along the corridor.
Clark Condon seamlessly unified the vision of the district into a comprehensive plan that protected over 100 mature trees, improved pedestrian mobility through the installation of new sidewalks and bus shelters, and increased visibility with new LED-efficient streetlights and wayfinding signage. The significant improvements along Broadway have earned multiple awards for its redevelopment from ULI Houston, Keep Houston Beautiful and the Houston Business Journal Landmark Awards.
The City of Houston continues to grow and change. Downtown is evolving and becoming home to more businesses, residents, venues, and parks. A critical missing piece was an iconic shopping district with local and national retailers, restaurants, and hotels. Clark Condon worked with the Houston Downtown Management District to reimagine the Dallas Street corridor from
Wellborn Road and Old Main Drive were one of the most congested intersections on the Texas A & M Campus. Coupled with a busy Union Pacific rail line that runs parallel to Welborn Road, the intersection was a barrier for commuters, pedestrians, and campus transit vehicles to get from one side of campus to the
Main Street is the heart of any downtown. Houston’s Downtown is quickly transforming and Main Street needed to change with it. Clark Condon worked with the Downtown Management District to refresh Main Street so it would meet the needs of the evolving Downtown. This evolution included an increase in residential, hotel and corporate development. Main
Clark Condon took top honors in a design charrette, “Bridging the Park,” sponsored by Rice Design Alliance in association with Houston Parks and Recreation Department and the Memorial Park Conservancy. The goal of the charrette was to design a bridge to carry runners and walkers safely across Memorial Drive, a major traffic artery, which runs