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Mixed-Use Commercial Project Slated for Imperial Sugar Site

SUGAR LAND, Texas – Imperial Market, a mixed-use center with retail, hotel, office and multifamily, will be developed on the site of the former Imperial Sugar complex on the southwest side of Houston, the Houston Chronicle reports.

The project will have 270,000 square feet of retail/restaurant space, 275 apartments developed by Sueba USA, and 86,400 square feet of office space above ground-level retail.

The developers of Imperial Market are James Murnane and Geoffrey Jones, reports Nancy Sarnoff of the Chronicle. Jones, was co-developer of the downtown Houston Pavilions project, which now operates as GreenStreet under different ownership.

Twenty-six acres are being purchased for the Imperial Market and historic structures on the site will be redeveloped, including an eight-story char house that will be a 120-room Starwood-affiliated Aloft hotel.

The Imperial Sugar site, being developed by Johnson Development, is located on U.S. Highway 90, near Texas 6.

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