Here is a roundup of League City business news shared by Director of Economic Development Scott Livingston.


Gordon Food Service will replace a Palais Royal building at 215 W. Main St. The space will be 25,000 square feet. The national grocery store chain supplies restaurants and will be open to the public. The timeline for the project is currently not known.

The Spot is coming to League City in 2023 at 2502 Gulf Freeway S., replacing the Tight Ends Sports Bar at that location. The Spot is a beach-themed restaurant that sells locally sourced seafood, “beachfront” tacos and burgers made from scratch daily.


Houston Methodist Clear Lake aims to construct an emergency care center in League City in 2022 at the corner of South Egret Bay and Hwy. 96. The new center will be open 24 hours for treating minor and life-threatening emergencies, fitted with X-ray capabilities, ultrasound, CT scans and rapid transfer to the main hospital.

UTMB Health League City campus at 2240 Gulf Freeway is in the sequencing and design process of an expansion of the facility’s South Tower. The tower is planned to expand from five to 11 floors and 97 beds to up to 300 beds. The expansion of the health care center is estimated to cost $250 million.


Alamo Drafthouse had a development agreement with League City before the onset of the pandemic in early 2020. The location is currently still dirt, 17 acres of land located next to The Spot’s future location at 2502 Gulf Freeway S. Livingston said Alamo Drafthouse still plans to start construction on the new location, possibly prioritizing the construction of its restaurant and family-oriented entertainment facilities before starting construction on a cinema.