SUGAR LAND – (Realty News Report) – Lionstone Investments is launching an extensive redo of the Sugar Land Town Square mixed-use development on the southwest side of Houston in the City of Sugar Land.
Sugar Land development is a 1.4 million SF mixed-use property with 223,000 SF of retail and restaurants, 566,000 SF of Class A office space, 167 condominiums, a full-service Marriott Hotel with a conference center, and the City Hall of Sugar Land.
As owner of the development, , Lionstone is collaborating with Dallas-based Rebees, Sugar Land-based Planned Community Developers, and the City of Sugar Land to evolve “The Square” into a dynamic destination in the heart of one of the fastest growing, most affluent, and most ethnically-diverse cities in the country. The new Square will increase public programming to further activate communal spaces, enrich the walking environment and add a new merchants.
“For many years, Sugar Land Town Square has served as a hub for community engagement. We are investing aggressively in its future at a time when many other projects are scaling back,” said Tom Paterson, COO of Lionstone. “This redesign will create dynamic and flexible spaces for a diversity of uses and users to interact safely.”
Scheduled for completion by mid-2021, the first phase includes lush landscaping, new outdoor spaces accommodating social distancing, and increased public seating areas. Colorful branding, vibrant signage and creative new tenant storefronts will enliven the visitor experience. New tenants will include local entrepreneurs with original dining and retail concepts such as the recently opened State Fare Kitchen and Mattison Avenue Salon & Spa.
“The vision guiding the evolution of Sugar Land Town Square is to create a lively, walkable village filled with unique merchants, delightful surprises, outdoor communal areas, and authentic expressions of local culture,” said Matt Ragan of Rebees.
Developed in 2003, the Town Square sits at the intersection of U.S. 59 and Highway 6 in Fort Bend County. The mixed-use development attracts residents from the 10,000-acre First Colony master planned community where development began decades ago.
Lionstone Investments is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Columbia Management Investment Advisers, LLC.
Oct. 22, 2020 Realty News Report Copyright 2020
Caption: Rendering courtesy Sugar Land Town Square
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