Projects slated for development or ready to open in Spring and Klein include new retail and business locations as well as several community buildings. Spring Fire Department is planning a new training center, and a Klein ISD intermediate school will open in August.




A dentist’s office and the Broken Yolk Cafe—a breakfast and lunch eatery —are two tenants confirmed for the building at the corner of Stuebner Airline and Louetta roads. The dentist’s office is expected to open in the fall, and the cafe’s opening date has not been determined, said the leasing agent.







The American Bureau of Shipping will occupy the new 10-story, 326,800-square-foot CityPlace 2 building on Lake Plaza Drive in Springwoods Village in the fourth quarter of 2018. Other planned openings this year in the 60-acre, mixed-use district include the 10-story, 337-room Marriott CityPlace hotel.









Chasewood Crossing Three,  a six-story office building at 19350 Hwy. 249, Houston, broke ground June 18 and will be ready for occupancy in 14 months, according to the broker, B. Pennington Commercial Real Estate. The building is the third of six proposed Class A office buildings at the $320 million Chasewood Crossing Office Park project.









Spring Fire Department will build a multipurpose complex and training center at the northeast corner of Louetta and Lexington roads in Spring. On July 2, the department signed documents acquiring over 50 acres of land at the site for $10 million.









Klein ISD’s Hofius Intermediate School will open this August at 8400 W. Rayford Road, Spring. The $60 million intermediate school will serve Klein ISD students, including some of those previously zoned to Hildebrandt, Krimmel or Ulrich intermediate schools.