MAP: Check out the 5 latest commercial permits filed in Katy, including plans for a new meat market

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Want to know more about new businesses coming to the Katy area? Below you can find details on the five latest commercial permits filed in Katy. (Photo courtesy Canva)

Want to know more about new businesses coming to the Katy area? Below you can find details on the five latest commercial permits filed in Katy. (Photo courtesy Canva)

Curious what new businesses and renovations are underway or coming to the Katy area? The following permits have been filed in the last two weeks through the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation. The following information may be subject to change.

1. La Michoacana Meat Market—3451, 3455 W. Grand Parkway N., Katy

Type of work: new construction

Timeline: Start date is Dec. 1 and completion date is Aug. 15, 2022

Estimated cost: $800,000


2. Reliant ABA Therapy—24210 Cinco Terrace Drive, Katy

Type of work: renovation/alteration

Timeline: Start date is Oct. 30 and completion date is Dec. 15

Estimated cost: $150,000

3. Kizuki Ramen and Izakaya—23220 Grant Circle Blvd., Ste. 140, Katy

Type of work: renovation/alteration

Timeline: Start date is Oct. 1 and completion date is Feb. 1, 2022

Estimated cost: $500,000

4. Dutch Bros Coffee-Katy Spring Green—1712 Spring Green Blvd., Katy

Type of work: new construction

Timeline: Start date is Jan. 17, 2022 and completion date is July 7, 2022

Estimated cost: $350,000

5. Bank of America Cross Creek Ranch—4826 FM 1463, Katy

Type of work: new construction

Timeline: Start date is Dec. 15 and completion date is Aug. 1, 2022

Estimated cost: $2 million




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