Moviehouse & Eatery, new retail development to debut in The Woodlands


The Howard Hughes Corporation announced Dec. 13 a Moviehouse & Eatery location will open in The Woodlands anchoring a new 12-acre retail center, Creekside Park West.

The new center will be located near Kuykendahl Road between Creekside Forest Drive and West Harmony Place, according to a news release from Howard Hughes. Construction will begin this month, with a slated completion of winter 2019.

The theater, outfitted with luxury recliners, will include 11 screens and will offer food and beverage service as well as a full bar, according to the release.

“Creekside Park West within the Village Center is going to be a wonderful addition to The Woodlands community, and we are excited to join as an anchor tenant,” said Chance Robertson, executive vice president of Moviehouse & Eatery in a statement. “We feel truly fortunate to be a part of The Woodlands community and feel that Creekside Park Village Center is the perfect setting for Moviehouse to branch out into this new market. We look forward to showing our guests a great dine-in moviegoing experience combining our scratch kitchen and bar along with the latest and greatest in cinema offerings.”

Creekside Park West will also feature new retailers, restaurants with outdoor patios and a gathering courtyard with outdoor fountain seating.

“Creekside Park Village Center is designed to create a unique community feeling, within a walkable setting, surrounded by amenities, shopping and dining,” said Rip Reynolds, vice president of leasing & commercial land for The Howard Hughes Corporation. “Residents can enjoy a community event at the center’s focal point, Creekside Park Village Green, and in the near future, enjoy a leisurely stroll to take in a movie at the theater.”

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Wendy Sturges
A Houston native and graduate of St. Edward's University in Austin, Wendy Sturges has worked as a community journalist covering local government, health care, business and development since 2011. She has worked with Community Impact since 2015 as a reporter and editor and moved to Tennessee in 2019.
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