Downtown Houston is the largest business district of Houston, Texas. Downtown Houston, the city’s central business district, contains the headquarters of many prominent companies. There is an extensive network of pedestrian tunnels and sky walks connecting the buildings of the district. The tunnel system is home to many fast food restaurants, shops and services.

Downtown is at the very center of Houston, surrounded by and defined by the major arteries of Houston. It is where the majority of Elysiums are kept, including the main Elysium where court is held at least once a month. Downtown is where the majority of skyscrapers are located and the varied styles has led to a spectacular skyline. The area is considered the Rack of Houston and as such is considered neutral territory with no clan, faction, or Kindred except the Prince claiming it.

George R Brown Convention Center: Main Elysium. Built in 1987, it spans 11 city blocks and is one of the more recognizable buildings in Houston. Court is held here on the second Friday of the month.

Wortham Center: Opened at the same time as the George R. Brown Convention center, the Wortham Center is a major performing arts center. It houses two major theaters where ballet, opera, and orchestras perform. It is considered Elysium and is administered by the Toreador clan.

Hobby Center: Newly constructed in 2002, this building houses two stages, one designed for stage performances and the other for musical performances. It is considered Elysium and administered by the Malkavian clan.

Other buildings of note:

Alley Theater: World famous historic theater.
Bayou Music Center: Indoor concert arena.
Jones Hall: Symphony
Heritage Plaza: 5th Tallest Skyscraper with Aztec influences
CenterPoint Energy Plaza: Recent remodel included a unique arched cap that added a distinctive look to the Houston Skyline.
Well Fargo Bank Plaza: Its distinctive all glass exterior is the second tallest building in Houston and all of Texas.
Bank of America Center: Unique tiered construction combined with exquisite interiors makes this one of the more striking buildings in Houston.
JP Morgan Chase Tower: Tallest building in Houston and tallest five sided building in the world.


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