Updates on 5 projects under construction in The Woodlands area

Construction updates


Work is progressing on several projects in The Woodlands area for residential and commercial development. 




Construction is moving forward at the 150-acre, mixed-use Cathedral Lakes development, located off of I-45 near Spring Creek. Officials with Grace Church, which owns the property, said 40% of the developable land is now sold or under contract. A Lexus dealership at the site is nearing completion, and the Indigo Hotel will soon begin construction. Cathedral Lakes will also house a 300-unit multifamily housing project, a 2,500-seat performing arts venue and additional retail, dining and office space.









Developer Waterway Builders LLC said it has begun construction on around 75% of the planned homes in the 59-residence Waterway Landing project in East Shore. The developer also said 15 homes remain available in the growing neighborhood near the East Shore Club, and the development is expected to be completed in 2020.









Construction continues on the 386-unit Two Lakes Edge housing complex in the Hughes Landing area. Developer Howard Hughes Corp. said preleasing for the development will begin at the end of the year, and the first move-ins are expected in spring 2020.









Houston developer Blazer continues construction on its 180-unit Augusta Woods senior-living complex. The housing project, located at 7833 Augusta Pines Drive, is at 58% completion and is expected to be completed this year.









Construction on David and Sheree Suchma Elementary School, Conroe ISD’s newest facility, is moving forward ahead of its planned August opening for the 2019-20 school year. Paving work around the building is 99% complete, and the roof is fully installed, while interior aesthetic work has started, said Easy Foster, CISD planning and construction director, in April.




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The Transportation and Global Logistics Technology Center opened June 1, with a grand opening ceremony held via video conference on June 4. (Courtesy Lone Star College System)
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As rainfall let up, protesters circled back and forth across the Lake Woodlands Drive bridge. (Ben Thompson/Community Impact Newspaper)
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Martha Salazar-Zamora has served as superintendent since 2017, previously serving as chief academic officer for the district since 2014. (Courtesy Tomball ISD)
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Texas Gov. Greg Abbott announced Phase 3 of his Open Texas plan June 3. (Brian Rash/Community Impact Newspaper)
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