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The International Management District (IMD) was created by the Texas legislature in 2007, by State Representative Hubert Vo. The District covers approximately 12 square miles and is bounded by Highway 6 on the west, the Sam Houston Tollway on the east, Bellaire on the north and along Bissonnet from Hwy 6 to Kirkwood/W. Belfort to Hwy 59. The District is primarily in Houston and Harris County, however, a small portion in the Southwest area of the District is in Fort Bend County. Our Management District is empowered to finance projects related to Public Safety, Mobility and Transportation, Environmental and Urban Design, and Business Development.
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International Management District
The Texas Legislature created the Houston International Management District (IMD) in 2007 with the goal of transforming part of the Alief neighborhood into a destination that supports and develops both its business and residential communities.
The IMD is home to almost 99,000 people in a district that is only 12 square miles, making it one of most densely populated areas in Houston. Not only is IMD unique for its density, but it is also one of the most culturally diverse areas in the city. There are a variety of strong cultural identities all within the district that have unique representation through local businesses and places of worship.
Because of the growing population in this district and need for connectivity, IMD is conducting a livable centers study to determine how the area can be transformed into a community where people can live, work and play with less reliance on their car for transportation. The vision for transforming IMD is to increase walkability and connectivity in a way that embraces local culture to make this area a destination within Houston.
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