STAFFORD The 192-acre, $500 million Grid development at the former Texas Instruments campus at 12201 Hwy. 59, Stafford, will bring several amenities to the area, StreetLevel Investments Managing Principal Brian Murphy said.
Murphy gave an update March 28 to the Fort Bend Chamber of Commerce highlighting the entertainment, retail, restaurant, office and residential features of the property, including a rooftop patio, a food hall and a popup retail space.
In addition, Aloft and Element hotels will also open a combined 223 rooms in 2020 and will share amenities. In-N-Out Burger will break ground in June and is slated to open by November.
The Crossing at Telfair
SUGAR LAND The Crossing at Telfair at Hwy. 90A and Hwy. 6 in Sugar Land is down to its last 36 acres of the 112-acre development, said Inna Radford, principal with Rubicon Realty Group LLC, the project developer.
Many of the tenants are slated to move into their spaces in the next four months, Rubicon Leasing Associate Thad Mai said.
Rubicon itself is moving onto the second floor of Building No. 300 in May, he said. In the same building is Beyond 20/20 Eyecare that is already open, while Toast Breakfast & Brunch will open soon, Radford said.
Tenants still building out include Rush Cycle, Wing Stop, Decadent Coffee and Dessert Bar, The Creamery Teahouse, Yummy Pho & Bo Ne, Unique Nail Salon, Eyelash Studio, and Snails, Frogs & Fairy Tales Children’s Center.
Also coming soon are Sozo Japanese Steakhouse, Hampton Inn and Holiday Inn Express, Radford said.
SUGAR LAND Though the shopping center across from Costco on Wescott Avenue broke ground in May 2017, much of the activity there has happened over the past six months.
The property is 96 percent leased, according to Adam Strauss, director of sales and leasing for New Regional Planning. Capital Bank has been there the longest, opening in May 2018, followed by Great Clips, Fort Bend Learning Commons and Oh My Brows.
Within the past two months, Marco’s Pizza, Mon Cheri Macarons and Teapioca opened. Prink and Polish, Burgerim, Pho Ben Noodle and Another Broken Egg are expected to open in May, Strauss said.
Strauss said New Regional Planning has developed two other centers in the area but has seen this one lease the fastest due to Costco.
Not only does Costco generate a lot of traffic from the Telfair area, but also from the surrounding areas, such as Greatwood, Riverstone and Hwy. 6, he said.