The Luxe Life

Life is suite when you're a Houston Texans Luxe member

Get the best seat in the house. Photo courtesy of Luxe

There's watching a Houston Texans game at NRG Stadium, and then there's watching the game from one of the very posh, very exclusive, very worth it Texans Luxe suites.

But this isn't your typical suite experience — Luxe memberships go beyond just fancy seats for 10 home games each year.

Your membership is not confined to gameday, though you'll definitely want to be there during kickoff. There are also private, Luxe member-only outings that the general public can't access.

Here's a breakdown of what it's like cheering on the Texans from a Houston Texans suite, and what other perks come with the oh-so-coveted Luxe membership:

Woman kicking field goal

See what it feels like to be part of the team. Photo courtesy of Luxe

The Suite Life
Get ready for an unparalleled gameday experience that starts with valet parking options, a private red-carpet entrance to NRG Stadium, and ends on the field with the BMW Postgame Experience.

A personal suite attendant is on hand to serve drinks and food while also tidying up. Members can cater mouthwatering snacks and meals that source as many ingredients locally as possible, and can accommodate all dietary preferences.

There are even collaborations with some of Houston’s finest chefs and restaurants, including James Beard Award-winning chef Chris Shepherd, local barbecue legend Ronnie Killen, six-time James Beard Award finalist Hugo Ortega, local favorite Goode Company, and eatery Anthonie’s Market Grill. You'll only find these one-of-a-kind menu items at NRG Stadium.

Worried about over-ordering drinks? Each suite comes with a locking liquor cabinet to store any leftover drinks until the next game.

Look to TV screens equipped with NFL Sunday Ticket and NFL RedZone to catch all the action. Texans cheerleaders can also stop by for a visit.

Take a virtual walk-through of Suite 233 here.

Members Only
Luxe Members gain invites year-round to other exclusive events and opportunities you won’t find anywhere else.

Imagine traveling in style to a Texans road game as a guest on the team plane, watching Texans training camp from a private tent, or receiving a post-draft recap from general manager Nick Caserio.

Members get the opportunity to enjoy the Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo from the Founder’s Suite, as well as an invite to the Business Partner Invitational Golf Tournament at Bluejack National.

Another eagerly anticipated event is Texans Luxe Minicamp, where members get an overview of all their benefits and learn about new menu options.

Finally, you’ll want to clear your schedule for the Luxe Dinner series, held at the most esteemed restaurants with a Texans Luxe Chef twist.

Members can also host their own private event at NRG Stadium on a non-game day. Choose from your suite, a Texans boardroom, or anywhere around NRG Park.

And, of course, incredible networking opportunities abound among the more than 150 Luxe members, many of whom are Houston's most influential business leaders. Each member is assigned a Texans Luxe Partnership Service Coordinator, who acts as your point person and helps facilitate meetings and introductions. You might just form your new best partnership!

All the Options
Single-game suites are also available — you can even purchase them through BitWallet, the official digital currency wallet of the Houston Texans — but keep in mind you'll be missing out on all the cool bonuses listed above.

Options are available now for the 2022-23 NFL season, and you won't want to miss out on the chance to join the Texans Luxe family. Please fill out this form to be contacted for more information. You can also call Andrew Vitale at 713-724-7732 or email him at to schedule a meeting.

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Baylor College of Medicine's Lillie and Roy Cullen Tower is set to open in 2026. Rendering courtesy of BCM

Baylor College of Medicine has collected $100 million toward its $150 million fundraising goal for the college’s planned Lillie and Roy Cullen Tower.

The $100 million in gifts include:

  • A total of $30 million from The Cullen Foundation, The Cullen Trust for Health Care, and The Cullen Trust for Higher Education.
  • $12 million from the DeBakey Medical Foundation
  • $10 million from the Huffington Foundation
  • More than $45 million from members of Baylor’s Board of Trustees and other community donors, including the M.D. Anderson Foundation, the Albert and Margaret Alkek Foundation, and The Elkins Foundation.

“The Cullen Trust for Health Care is very honored to support this building along with The Cullen Foundation and The Cullen Trust for Higher Education,” Cullen Geiselman Muse, chair of The Cullen Trust for Health Care, says in a news release. “We cannot wait to see what new beginnings will come from inside the Lillie and Roy Cullen Tower.”

The Baylor campus is next to Texas Medical Center’s Helix Park, a 37-acre project. Rendering courtesy of BCM

The Lillie and Roy Cullen Tower is set to open in 2026. The 503,000-square-foot tower is the first phase of Baylor’s planned Health Sciences Park, an 800,000-square-foot project that will feature medical education and research adjacent to patient care at Baylor Medicine and Baylor St. Luke’s Medical Center on the McNair Campus.

The Baylor campus is next to Texas Medical Center’s Helix Park, a 37-acre project that will support healthcare, life sciences, and business ventures. Baylor is the anchor tenant in the first building being constructed at Helix Park.

“To really change the future of health, we need a space that facilitates the future,” says Dr. Paul Klotman, president, CEO, and executive dean of Baylor. “We need to have a great building to recruit great talent. Having a place where our clinical programs are located, where our data scientists are, next to a biotech development center, and having our medical students all integrated into that environment will allow them to be ready in the future for where healthcare is going.”

In the 1940s, Lillie and Roy Cullen and the M.D. Anderson Foundation were instrumental in establishing the Texas Medical Center, which is now the world’s largest medical complex.

“Baylor is the place it is today because of philanthropy,” Klotman says. “The Cullen family, the M.D. Anderson Foundation, and the Albert and Margaret Alkek Foundation have been some of Baylor’s most devoted champions, which has enabled Baylor to mold generations of exceptional health sciences professionals. It is fitting that history is repeating itself with support for this state-of-the-art education building.”

The Cullen Foundation donated $30 million to the project. Rendering courtesy of BCM

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