PHOTOS: Updates on 6 major developments in Cy-Fair

Telge Crossing (Shawn Arrajj/Community Impact Newspaper)
Telge Crossing (Shawn Arrajj/Community Impact Newspaper)

Telge Crossing (Shawn Arrajj/Community Impact Newspaper)

Editor's note: These updates on local developments originally ran in the March 17 edition of Community Impact Newspaper Cy-Fair. All information was up-to-date at press time March 10, and timelines listed do not reflect any changes that may take place due to the coronavirus pandemic.

1. Telge Crossing

Construction is nearing completion on Telge Crossing, a mixed-use center being developed by i3 at Jarvis and Telge roads in Cypress. The first phase includes 15,000 square feet of retail space and 12,000 square feet of medical office space and will be finished this spring. The second phase includes a 303-unit apartment complex and will be finished this summer.

Space: 24 acres

Timeline: July 2019-summer 2020


2. Windfern Northwest Distribution Center

Ground broke in late 2019 on Windfern Northwest Distribution Center, an industrial project slated to wrap up around June, according to JLL and Phelan Development Co. Space is available to tenants starting from 50,000 square feet.

Space: 179,200 square feet

Timeline: September 2019-June 2020

3. Enclave Business Park

Work is underway at the Enclave Business Park on Grant Road in Cypress. The project offers 1,000-11,500 square feet of retail or office space for lease or for sale, according to Texas Commercial Real Estate Services. J.A. Green Construction Services is the contractor for this development, which sits on 2.59 acres.

Space: 2.59 acres

Timeline: 2019-summer 2020

4. Fairfield Town Center

A new phase of development is ongoing at Fairfield Town Center, 28902 Hwy. 290, Cypress. An eight-screen, dine-in movie theater called Cut! by Cinemark is slated to open by the end of 2020, and retailers such as Burlington and Ross are also under construction at the site.

Space: 600,000 square feet

Timeline: fall 2019-fall 2020

5. Cypress Crossing

Work continues at the Caldwell Cos. mixed-use project, Cypress Crossing, at Hwy. 290 and FM 1960. Construction is underway on a Staybridge Suites, which will be located behind several retail buildings already built at the site. A new four-story Kelsey-Seybold care center opened in November 2019 in a 72,000-square-foot building.

Space: 15.5 acres

Timeline: work ongoing through 2020

6. Nexus Park Northwest

Officials with Jackson-Shaw announced in February plans to build a new industrial business park on 45 acres at FM 1960 and Bobcat Road. Nexus Park NorthWest will feature 476,640 square feet of industrial space spread out across four buildings that will be able to accommodate tenants from 15,000-200,000 square feet.

Space: 476,640 square feet

Timeline: March-December

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