Fulshear’s Cross Creek Town Center signs new tenants


Correction: Sammy’s Sports Grill did not sign a lease at Cross Creek Town Center, owner Sammy Vela said. 

The Woodlands-based commercial real estate company Marcel Group announced four new businesses coming to Fulshear through the Cross Creek Town Center development located at 6635 W. Cross Creek Bend Lane, Fulshear, within Houston-based Johnson Development Corp.’s master-planned community Cross Creek Ranch.

The 10.47-acre mixed-use development signed three new tenants.

One tenant is Experience Infusion Center, a pharmacy specializing in home health and IV infusion therapy, leased 12,300 square feet, and Apex Executive Suites, a co-working space concept by Marcel, will occupy 14,410 square feet of Class A office space, per the release.

A specialty gym franchise focusing on high-intensity group workouts also signed a lease, all managed by the executive leasing agents for the Cross Creek Town Center: Los Angeles-based CBRE’s Lacee Jacobs and Laura Harness.

Cross Creek Town Center offers more than 76,000 square feet Of combined office and retail space and offers an outdoor special event and entertainment space designed for outdoor activities and community gatherings.

The development celebrated its groundbreaking in March, and the expected completion date is spring 2020.

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  1. Good question Tucker. He was forced to close 4 places because he couldn’t pay his Vendors and Employees. Poor choice to start for CC and Fulshear. Heard he was filing Bankruptcy.

    • He held four other strip centers up for 2+ years on leases he never even fulfilled…never built or opened. He was forced to close his Mexican food restaurant, steakhouse, and Sammy’s rayford, rayford sawdust, Cinco (spring green), lmf, Lagrange and tomball and cypress.

      A lot more than four.
      He owes hundreds of thousands to employees. Millions to investors.
      And I’m sure if you add it all together…his bookies.
      That’s why he failed.
      The irs is a whole other matter. His ex-employees are STILL reaping those benefits.

  2. I thought they would have much more greenspace, and landscaping… this looks like an industrial parkin in the rendering shared.

  3. From the rendering, this looks just like the slab and metal building industrial park across 1093 near Bois D’arc road. All it needs is a nail salon and a Lens Crafter’s to make it a a proper strip mall in front of a trailer park. With that in the entry to your community, what can you think of the rest of the place? If I owned a home in Cross Creek, I’d be up at arms about what this will do to my home’s resale value.

    • Nola Z. Valente

      Sammy’s Sports Grill did not sign a lease at Cross Creek Town Center, owner Sammy Vela confirmed. The press release was incorrect. Three tenants signed a lease, not four.

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