Working in Midtown: Be a part of Houston’s Walkable, Foodie Neighborhood

Across the U.S., workers continue to return to full office and hybrid office/work-from-home environments. Centrally located between Downtown Houston and the Museum District, Midtown Houston has seen the impacts of the back-to-the-office movement this year as well. For those returning to the office in Midtown, the area offers a walkable neighborhood featuring more than 50 restaurants and plenty of green spaces for outdoor dining and summer coffee breaks.

Midtown also offers ideal traffic conditions for daily and hybrid commuters, along with a plethora of parking options, BCycle Stations, and three METRORail stops in the area. Once in Midtown, workers have a wealth of daily and nightly entertainment, fitness, and food options to choose from. Whether you are celebrating with coworkers, looking for a healthy midday snack, attending an outdoor yoga session in the park, or meeting friends and family for a night on the town – Midtown is a great place to work, play, and live. 

Here are a few of the available office and retail spaces ready to welcome your team to Midtown: 

  • Central Square Plaza (2100 Travis Street) – Features a ground-floor boutique coffee house/restaurant and an attached eight-level parking garage, with a current tenant roster of architectural, finance, software, and law firms. Highly visible from Interstate 45, with signage opportunities.
  • Mariner House (3310 Travis Street) – Situated at the corner of Travis and Francis Streets, leasing opportunities in this building include general office and there is a total of 9,900 square feet of space currently available for rent.
  • MATCH (3400 Main Street) – Midtown Arts and Theater Center Houston (MATCH) has offices and cubicles for rent for nonprofit arts and cultural groups. MATCH was created to serve small and mid-sized arts groups by providing performance space, rehearsal space, gallery space, and office space.
  • McGowen Professional Suites (1300 McGowen Street) – Offers virtual office solutions, featuring a receptionist on site, high-volume document production, cleaning services, mailboxes, remote gated entry, WiFi, and a break area.
  • Sesh Coworking (2808 Caroline Street) – Workspace that accelerates professional growth and fosters an inclusive community through collaboration, learning, and advocacy. 20,000 square feet of coworking space, perfect for mission-driven brands, teams, freelancers, businesses, artists, and creatives. Professional, tech-enabled, concierge-level meeting, and workspace when you need it.
  • The Ion (4201 Main Street)Formerly the famous Midtown Sears store, this revived building brings Houston’s entrepreneurial, corporate, and academic communities into collaborative spaces and programs.
  • Workstyle Spaces (2000 Crawford Street) – Located on the eighth floor, this affordable office suite has high-end finishes and large private offices with multiple meeting rooms. The executive suite offers a lounge with a break area and coffee bar.
  • 1300 MCGOWEN STFormer and current space for law firms, CPA offices, real estate companies, and more. 120-204-square-foot spaces available with parking.
  • 402 PIERCEMulti-tenant, general office space on three spacious floors. This building also houses the Midtown Houston offices.
  • 3220 SAN JACINTO ST1,200 square feet of space available with parking and potential signage opportunities.
  • 2117 CHENEVERT STRetail space available, ideal for multiple uses (retail, shared workspace, architect/engineering office, dance studio, gym, etc.). Downtown views with major freeway accessibility.
  • 3121 SAN JACINTO ST9,500 square feet of space available with negotiable lease length.
  • 3100 MAIN ST The Houston Community College Administration Building is located in the heart of Midtown right off of Main Street. There is a conference center with an auditorium, board room, and training rooms available. Air-conditioned elevated walkway from parking garage to building, on-site property management, and 24-hour security.