New Metro Light Rail Provides Transportation for City View Terrace Residents

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Metro Light Rail is now up and running to provide easy transportation to downtown, making it that much simpler to enjoy all that Houston has to offer.

Wow ! This Project will Change the Landscape of EADO, Houston.

Metro Light Rail has officially begun operations! As of May 23, EaDo (East Downtown) is now connected to high-quality transit, allowing residents car-free travel to Downtown, University of Houston-Downtown, the Texas Medical Center, and numerous other locations throughout the city. The bus and rail schedule and routes are available on Ride Metro’s website:

With this new convenient transportation option, it’s that much easier to go and enjoy the things that Houston has to offer like local shops, concerts and other urban life events. Adding to the growth of Houston and EaDo’s local businesses is AHH, Coffee — a community coffee shop. AHH, Coffee opened its doors to the neighborhood in May, providing yet another great option for tasty drinks and food at any time of the day. This new addition to EaDo's growing neighborhood community is just a short walk from the new City View Terrace residential development. Check out the AHH menu:

More Upcoming Houston News and Events: Dance Source Houston (DSH) announces the First Annual Barnstorm Dance Fest at The Barn – Dance Source Performing Arts Space located in EaDo from May 28 – June 13. Featuring 21 different dance artists during three unique weekends of dance. The Barnstorm’s frenzy of activity will entertain dance enthusiasts of all kinds. Visit for more information.

In May 2015, the East Downtown Management District was honored to receive a 2015 “Arbor Award” from Trees for Houston. Trees of Houston honor individuals, corporations and organizations who have made exceptional contributions within the last year that have made Houston a greener city. There’s no such thing as living “too green”, so join the movement to “plant, protect and promote” Trees for Houston.

Cafe TH, The historic Thiem Hung Bakery, was reimagined and reinvented by former patron Minh Nguyen, who bought the bakery from its former owners in 2006 and proceeded to update the Vietnamese menu, as well as the interior. On Thursday and Friday nights, Cafe TH serves a “prix-fixe” special evening menu customized by Chef Minh. Cafe TH is vegetarian-friendly and also offers vegan pho! These updates to the former bakery have resulted in a vibrant, cozy neighborhood cafe that harkens back to the good old days of the bustling EaDo Historic Chinatown, and evokes a French bistro vibe at the same time. Simply put, Cafe TH is “fresh-local-Vietnamese:”

City View Terrace resident’s will be a able to take advantage of Houston’s thriving local businesses and the urban life by taking the “EaDo Metro” to University of Houston- Downtown, Texas Medical Center and other dynamic areas of greater Houston.

About the company:
CITY VIEW TERRACE is a brand-new mixed use development of an entire city block in the EaDo. The development is currently in the final design stage and will soon be in for city permitting. City View Terrace is defined by Clay, St. Emanuel, Bell and Chartres. The CVT is being developed by Premier Regional Center and Global Century Development. CVT will add a number of jobs, with 18,000 square feet of restaurant space, 28,412 square feet of retail space as well as 315 well-appointed apartments. The parking structure will accommodate residents as well as retail customers.

Together, PRC and GCD combine a passion for real estate with a commitment to their client’s projects. They pride themselves on top-notch customer care and assistance with investment objectives. They are looking for EB-5 Investors to become a part of the new and innovative project at City View Terrace. City View Terrace is transforming East Downtown Houston, creating a positive and successful future for the area and paving the way for other investors.

For more information about the City View Terrace project, call 281-980-0818 or visit Follow us on Twitter! @cityviewterrace

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