Among the 1.5 million square feet of new retail space planned for the area of the intersection of the Grand Parkway and West Airport Boulevard, the newest development is Trammell Crow Company's announcement of an entertainment anchor, Flix Brewhouse, a dine-in cinema and microbrewery, according to a press release.
The cinema-brewery is due to open in summer 2019 and is located across from two master-planned communities: Johnson Development Corp.'s Harvest Green and Aliana.
"Both Harvest Green and Aliana are widely recognized as two of the leading and fastest-growing master-planned communities in the country," the release stated. "In addition to the explosive housing growth in the area, the intersection has also become one of the hottest retail locations in Houston."
At 38,750 square feet, Flix Brewhouse will offer nine auditoriums, luxury seating, sliding tabletops, in-theater service, adult beverages that include beers brewed on-site, a brewpub restaurant and a patio, according to the release. The theater will also offer special events like brewmaster dinners, brewing and tasting seminars and other activities.