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 Market Street Corridor Study

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What is the Market Street Corridor Study?

In its distant past, the Market Street Corridor was a commercial hub in Baytown. However, the area is now littered with an abundance of vacant lots and aging structures. The Market Street Corridor Study will attempt to design and develop technical specifications which will drive the redevelopment and beautification of the corridor.

What is the goal of the Market Street Corridor Study?

The goals of the Market Street Corridor are many, including but not limited to:

  • Identify opportunities for projects that would draw new investment, users, and visitors to the area (including small and large scale development);
  • Identify a way to increase pedestrian mobility in the subject area;
  • Repurpose all unused railroad right-of-way in the subject area;
  • Garner strong citizen participation throughout the development of the study;
  • Develop a Capital Improvement Plan for the subject area;
  • Identify beautification opportunities along the corridor; and
  • Produce an action plan (recommendations and next steps based on the data collected).



Final Report of the Market Street Corridor Study

In 2018, the City of Baytown hired a Planning and Design firm, Burditt Consultants, to study, gain input then make recommendations for the redevelopment and beautification of the Market Street Corridor. Burditt Consultants approached the study area by dividing it into three distinct sections. The findings of the study reveals that each section of the Corridor, the Historic West End, the Green Corridor and the Gateway Corridor has different opportunities to beautify and revitalize Market Street.  Below is a link to the Market Street Corridor Study final report.


Market Street Corridor Study Final Report



Contact Us

For more information regarding the Market Street Corridor Study, please contact;

Shane Howard

Community Investment & Engagement



Chris Chavis

Community Development Manager

Office: 281-420-5397