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  1. If you're curious about what is going on with the former Gander Mountain location (290 near FM 1960)...it was slated to become an entertainment complex, however it is now being built out as a Tesla Service Center for sales, delivery, and service of Tesla vehicles. https://www.tdlr.texas.gov/TABS/Projects/TABS2022000829
  2. The new Main Event on 249 (near Regal theaters, formerly Silverado) is nearing completion. Given the considerable growth, the area has been lacking in amusement options. This should be a good addition to the area.
  3. Some great new additions to Vintage Park announced in the Houston Business Journal: Hopdoddy Burger Bar http://www.bizjournals.com/houston/news/2016/11/15/popular-austin-burger-joint-announces-third.html Ruggles Green http://www.bizjournals.com/houston/news/2016/11/10/recently-bought-organichouston-eatery-to-add-two.html
  4. They are building a Villa Sport Athletic Club at this location. Villa Sport is like a higher-end version of Lifetime Fitness, they have another location in The Woodlands. https://www.villasport.com/
  5. What neighborhoods will be zoned to this new school? Gleannloch? Windrose? Have they released the proposed zoning for this High School?
  6. Thanks for the link. Look at the demographic report for Cypress (population, income, etc). Some of the best demographics in the Greater Houston area: Cypress Demographics Population: 142,640 Household Income: Median $107,053 | Average $130,119 Compare to The Woodlands Population: 107,769 Household Income: Median $105,151 or Sugar Land Population: 82,830 Household Income: Median $102,270 | Average $124,443 (Source: ESRI)
  7. That building looks hideous. It looks like it was designed in the early 1980's.
  8. The layout is identical to the new location in The Woodlands, very similar to the new Fairfield location. 100,000 sq. ft vs. 112,000 sq. ft at Vintage Park.
  9. Fyi....This is slated to open up this week, Wednesday Oct. 8.
  10. Chronicle article today says the new Champions Churrasco's will open September 30th. http://blog.chron.com/primeproperty/2014/09/churrascos-announces-champions-location-opening-date/
  11. Yes, but they weren't Churrasco's. We've been going to the new Memorial City location. The same design firm that created that one (along with a thousand Apple stores along with PF Chang's) will be redesigning this location.
  12. Excited to see one of my all-time favorite Houston area restaurants opening up out here! Churrasco's will open a new restaurant next to P.F. Chang's on 249: http://www.bizjournals.com/houston/blog/breaking-ground/2014/07/churrascos-to-open-fifth-houston-area-location.html
  13. This is 20,000 sq ft. larger than the new "groceraunt" HEB (80,000 sq ft) that opened in Stone Oak in the San Antonio area. I hope it has similar features. http://www.mysanantonio.com/business/local/article/H-E-B-s-new-groceraunt-opens-Friday-in-Stone-Oak-5565210.php
  14. Torchy's Tacos has a new coming soon sign up in the new Whole Foods shopping center (Louetta & Cutten). Torchy's is awesome. Glad to have one in the area!
  15. Really sad to see them clear cut this parcel for another unimaginative development.
  16. No that's on the other side of the road. Wish they would've worked to retain more of the trees in whatever project they're building. I've heard that Memorial Hermann is going to be building a hospital out here. I initially thought that any new Memorial Hermann project would go in where the aforementioned Cypress Crossing mixed use retail town center is going...but perhaps it's slated for the area they're clearing now?
  17. Found some new renderings for the Towne Lake Boardwalk restaurant, retail and entertainment development near Barker Cypress & Tuckerton:
  18. Caldwell companies announces a new 15-acre, upscale town center-style development akin to CityCentre and Market Street for the Cypress area at FM 1960 and Hwy 290. The development will include a central park area, hotel and conference center, retail, restaurants, Class A offices, etc. More details here: http://impactnews.com/houston-metro/cy-fair/cypress-crossing-development-to-serve-as-new-mixed-use-cente/
  19. Curious about the work being done on Huffmeister near Kluge (between White Oak Lake Estates and Lake Cypress Estates). It appears a new neighborhood is being built on this heavily wooded tract that backs up to Little Cypress Creek. From the development plan it looks like it'll have 2 lakes (11.3 acres of detention) surrounded by roughly 144 homesites on 73.4 acres. The developer has an opportunity to create something very nice if they do like Longwood and retain as much of the beautiful tree canopy as possible. There aren't many wooded tracts like this left in Cypress and it would differentiate it nicely from the endless sea of homes being built on the open Katy Prairie (south of Hwy 290) if they kept the wooded feel. It's also one of the few remaining tracts located within one of the best K-12 feeder patterns in Harris County. I know a lot of families (including my own) that would like to move up into larger, newer homes and stay within the Hamilton El., Hamilton Middle, Cy-Fair HS school zone. Looking forward to seeing what they'll have to offer here. Link to Development Plan for Alden Woods in Cypress Link to Google Maps
  20. Rendering of the new Whole Foods Market at The Vintage Whole Foods held their groundbreaking on April 10 to commence construction on their 40,400 sq. ft Vintage location near 249 and Louetta. http://www.bizjournals.com/houston/blog/breaking-ground/2013/04/north-houston-whole-foods-ground.html
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