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Heightened community interest and support in what will become the next History Research Center is the subject of a Houston Landing story. Read more to understand the investment and development of what is slated to be "the first of its kind for a city that's home to more than 2.3 million Latino or Hispanic residents..." in 2026, according to Assistant Director of Spaces John Middleton.


We are proud to announce that the Alief Neighborhood Center & Park, home to Alief-Henington Regional Library, has won a Development of Distinction Award from The Houston District Council of the Urban Land Institute (ULI-Houston) in the 2024 Small-Scale Non-Profit category! We share this award with our City of Houston partners at the General Services Department, Houston Parks and Recreation, the Houston Health Department, and with Page Architects. Special kudos to SPACES Project Managers Stephen Chamberlain and Raiset Ruban for their incredible work on this project.


This prestigious award recognizes developments and open spaces that demonstrate best practices in design, construction, economic viability, healthy places, marketing and management.


You can find out more about Alief Neighborhood Center & Park from this video that was presented at the award ceremony. 

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