The George R. Brown Convention Center, opened on September 26, 1987, is located on the east side of Downtown Houston, Texas, United States. The center was named for the prominent Houstonian George R. Brown, an entrepreneur, civic leader, and philanthropist. Brown’s Texas Eastern Corporation donated six of the 11 blocks required to build the convention center. The center is owned by the City of Houston and managed by the Houston First Corporation. The facility was completed with a price tag of $104.9 million, requiring 30 months and more than 1,200 workers. The 100-foot (30 m) high red-white-and-blue building replaced the obsolete Albert Thomas Convention Center, which was later redeveloped into the Bayou Place entertainment complex in the downtown Houston Theater District. It is the first

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  • The George R. Brown Convention Center, opened on September 26, 1987, is located on the east side of Downtown Houston, Texas, United States. The center was named for the prominent Houstonian George R. Brown, an entrepreneur, civic leader, and philanthropist. Brown’s Texas Eastern Corporation donated six of the 11 blocks required to build the convention center. The center is owned by the City of Houston and managed by the Houston First Corporation. The facility was completed with a price tag of $104.9 million, requiring 30 months and more than 1,200 workers. The 100-foot (30 m) high red-white-and-blue building replaced the obsolete Albert Thomas Convention Center, which was later redeveloped into the Bayou Place entertainment complex in the downtown Houston Theater District. It is the first convention center in the world to have a permanent Bitcoin ATM. The convention center is served by METRORail light rail service at Convention District station. (en)
  • El Centro de Convenciones George R. Brown (George R. Brown Convention Center) es un centro de convenciones en Downtown Houston, Texas. Tiene 1,2 millones de pies cuadrados de área para exposiciones, inscripciones e reuniones. El centro abrió en septiembre de 1987. El parque Discovery Green está en frente del Centro de Convenciones George R. Brown. (es)
  • Das George R. Brown Convention Center in Downtown Houston, Texas, USA, ist ein Kongress- und Ausstellungskomplex der am 26. September 1987 eröffnet wurde. Der Komplex wurde nach dem Houstoner George R. Brown benannt, einem Unternehmer und Philanthrop. Browns Texas Eastern Corporation spendete sechs der elf Blocks die zum Bau des Gebäudes benötigt wurden. Das Zentrum gehört der Stadt Houston und wird von der Houston First Corporation betrieben. Die Anlage wurde nach 30 Monaten Bauzeit und mehr als 1.200 Arbeitskräften für 104.9 Million US-Dollar fertiggestellt. Das 30 m hohe rot-weiß-blaue Gebäude ersetzte das veraltete Albert Thomas Convention Center, welches später in das Bayou Place Entertainment Complex im Houston Theater District umgewandelt wurde. Es handelt sich um das erste Messezentrum das über einen permanenten Bitcoin Geldautomaten verfügt. (de)
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  • El Centro de Convenciones George R. Brown (George R. Brown Convention Center) es un centro de convenciones en Downtown Houston, Texas. Tiene 1,2 millones de pies cuadrados de área para exposiciones, inscripciones e reuniones. El centro abrió en septiembre de 1987. El parque Discovery Green está en frente del Centro de Convenciones George R. Brown. (es)
  • The George R. Brown Convention Center, opened on September 26, 1987, is located on the east side of Downtown Houston, Texas, United States. The center was named for the prominent Houstonian George R. Brown, an entrepreneur, civic leader, and philanthropist. Brown’s Texas Eastern Corporation donated six of the 11 blocks required to build the convention center. The center is owned by the City of Houston and managed by the Houston First Corporation. The facility was completed with a price tag of $104.9 million, requiring 30 months and more than 1,200 workers. The 100-foot (30 m) high red-white-and-blue building replaced the obsolete Albert Thomas Convention Center, which was later redeveloped into the Bayou Place entertainment complex in the downtown Houston Theater District. It is the first (en)
  • Das George R. Brown Convention Center in Downtown Houston, Texas, USA, ist ein Kongress- und Ausstellungskomplex der am 26. September 1987 eröffnet wurde. Der Komplex wurde nach dem Houstoner George R. Brown benannt, einem Unternehmer und Philanthrop. Browns Texas Eastern Corporation spendete sechs der elf Blocks die zum Bau des Gebäudes benötigt wurden. Das Zentrum gehört der Stadt Houston und wird von der Houston First Corporation betrieben. Die Anlage wurde nach 30 Monaten Bauzeit und mehr als 1.200 Arbeitskräften für 104.9 Million US-Dollar fertiggestellt. Das 30 m hohe rot-weiß-blaue Gebäude ersetzte das veraltete Albert Thomas Convention Center, welches später in das Bayou Place Entertainment Complex im Houston Theater District umgewandelt wurde. Es handelt sich um das erste Messezen (de)
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