Alvin, Texas is named for Alvin Morgan, who was hired by the Santa Fe Railroad in 1872 to supervise the loading and shipping of cattle at the station on their Galveston-to-Richmond line. Today, this city of 27,000+ is better known as the home of Baseball Hall of Famer Nolan Ryan — and for its convenient location in the Greater Houston area. Just 12 miles from Houston in the northeast corner of Brazoria County, Alvin provides easy access to the Port of Houston, two state highways, several rail outlets, and Hobby Airport.

The City of Alvin is ready to connect and welcome your project to their community! Learn more from the city’s economic development department.

Alvin City Council authorized the use of PACE financing in 2023, and selected Lone Star PACE as its Program Administrator. If you are a developer considering a renovation or historic rehabilitation, hospitality project, mixed-use, industrial, or commercial development, PACE might be attractive financing to include in your capital stack.

More information may be found in our latest Annual Report, which includes examples of some recent PACE projects.