BROWNSVILLE, Texas – The Rio Grande Valley Partnership recently held the BTX Developers Event in conjunction with the City of Brownsville, Greater Brownsville Incentives Corporation, and Brownsville Community Improvement Corporation.

The event attracted real estate developers and investors, both to a luncheon held at Brownsville Events Center and a bus tour. In fact, there were two bus tours, one covering downtown Brownsville, including the site of the eagerly-awaited eBridge Center for Business & Commercialization, and other a tour of industrial parks and the recently refurbished Brownsville-South Padre Island International Airport.

There were five main speakers during the luncheon. One of them was Constanza Miner, retail and development manger for the City of Brownsville. In her presentation, Miner listed some of the coming retail establishments. These included:

Doctors Hospital at Renaissance

Main Event

Madeira 1,300 ac Master Plan

The Human Bean

Kailani Poke

Black Bear Diner

Midtown Brownsville

Adams Downtown Living

Samano Studios & Armand’s Grocery

Levee CA—BC (Common Area Business Center)

Here is Miner’s presentation:


Editor’s Note: The above podcast is the first in a five-part series on the BTX Developers Event. Part Two, featuring the analysis of Brownsville City Manager Noel Bernal, will be published in our next edition.


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