State of Lake Houston presented by Shell Federal Credit Union and Frost Construction Company
March 23, 2021
Panel moderator Mark Mitchell, Chief Economic Development Officer of Partnership Lake Houston is joined by panelists Adam McAlpine of McAlpine Interests, Manager of the City of Humble, and John Flournoy of McCord Development provide a view of the current state of the Lake Houston area as well as a regional outlook as we emerge from a pandemic.
– State of the Lake Houston Area (LHA) before pandemic
– LHA flood prevention, bonds, elected official engagements, and funding as the result of regional partnerships
– The impact of Coronavirus on the LHA region
– LHA response to Coronavirus
– LHA business adaptations
– LHA growth
– Emerging from the pandemic
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Presenting sponsors: Shell Federal Credit Union and Frost Construction Company Inc.,
Gold sponsor: Lake Houston Family YMCA, First Financial Bank Texas
Silver sponsor: Plains State Bank
Bronze sponsor: ASI | Signage Innovations and Rokos Grooming & Hotel
More about the State of Lake Houston panel:
Adam McAlpine, McAlpine Interests broker
McAlpine has been in commercial real estate in the northeast Houston area since 2010, representing both landlords and tenants for leasing and sale of office, retail, and industrial properties, as well as land. He currently manages 10+ properties. McAlpine completed the Leadership Lake Houston program in 2013, serves on the Partnership board of directors and volunteers for several committees.
Jason Stuebe, City of Humble Manager
Stuebe has been Humble City Manager since December of 2017. He has worked in municipal government since 2007, first starting out in economic development then moving to administration. During his tenure he has played a significant role in both the response and recovery to several major disasters as well as leading efforts to revitalize downtown Humble. Stuebe currently serves on the Partnership board of directors.
John Flournoy, McCord Development Director of Sales and Leasing
Flournoy joined McCord Development in 2012 with a primary focus on developing Generation Park, the newest and largest master-planned economic center in Houston. Generation Park consists of over 4,200 contiguous acres of land in northeast Houston for the commercial enterprise park. Prior to joining McCord Development, Flournoy’s area of expertise spanned from private wealth to commercial and corporate lending.