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  1. https://www.houstonpublicmedia.org/articles/shows/uh-moment/2018/03/28/275841/uh-moment-uh-sugar-land-breaks-ground-on-new-building/
  2. Not sure of the address. Saw this the other day.
  3. Here's a rendering I found from PCG now called prismrendering. Its Sabic's new offices in the Sugar Land. http://prismrenderings.com/?s=&custom_type=renderings&custom_market=corporate&post_type=prism_projects&order=DESC&orderby=title&posts_per_page=10&search_refer=prism_projects
  4. http://looplink.houston.cbre.us/xNet/Looplink/Profile/Profile.aspx?stid=cbre/houston&LID=17147431&LL=true&UOMListing=&UOMMoneyCurrency=&RentPer=PY&SRID=4725018243
  5. Press release Agreement Approved for Future Concert/Performing Arts Venue in Sugar Land Sugar Land, TX – The Sugar Land Development Corporation and Sugar Land City Council approved on Aug. 7 a Letter of Intent with ACE Sugar Land, LLC, for the development of a future concert and performing arts facility. The agreement defines the terms of a public/private partnership for a 6,500-seat concert and performing arts facility in Sugar Land. The venue’s proposed location is a 21-acre site near the intersection of U.S. Highway 59 and University Boulevard, an area that will include a larger mixed-use development within an area of Telfair identified for commercial, office and entertainment purposes. No time line has been set for completion of the project. The Letter of Intent establishes funding to begin programming and schematic design, with a focus on creating a signature facility that will be financially feasible and operationally self-sustainable. The concert/performing arts venue is expected to benefit the community by promoting economic development, creating employment opportunities and enhancing educational offerings. In 2007, a citizen-appointed Visioning Task Force identified five preferred entertainment venues it felt would fulfill the vision of developing Sugar Land as a destination location for residential, employment, retail and medical services and entertainment. The Task Force’s top three priorities included a professional minor league baseball park, an outdoor festival site and an indoor concert venue. Sugar Land voters overwhelmingly approved the proposed venues and funding in a November 2008 referendum. Constellation Field opened in April 2012, and more than 250,000 visitors have attended ballgames to date, exceeding all prior attendance projections. A 2008 Market Analysis and Feasibility Study and an updated 2012 study showed that a concert/performing arts venue in Sugar Land would promote capital investment, create new jobs, enhance educational opportunities and create unique destination activities attracting local and regional visitors. “Making Sugar Land a destination for culture and entertainment has been a long-held vision of our citizens and City Council,” said Mayor James Thompson. “We believe this will fill a much-needed gap in entertainment needs in this part of the greater Houston region and bring many more people here to enjoy the arts and all that our City offers.” In May 2011, the City approved a memorandum of understanding with ACE SL LLC, a company selected based on its operational experience and knowledge of the entertainment industry. “My partners and I are honored to be selected by the City of Sugar Land as its partner in the planning and development of this exciting project,” stated Allen Becker, chairman of ACE SL LLC. “We have been fortunate in our over 30 years in the live entertainment business to have worked in the major cities of the United States and Canada, as well as in many markets throughout the world. But nothing beats home, and we will work as hard as it takes to make this facility a success for the City of Sugar Land, and to bring the best in entertainment to this community, our community!” About ACE SL, LLC. ACE SL, LLC, brings an experienced team of locally-based entertainment industry professionals to the project, led by Allen J. Becker, TONY Award-winning founding chairman of PACE Entertainment Corporation. The ACE Executive Team also includes Brian E. Becker, Gary D. Becker, David M. Anderson, Gary A. Markowitz and Kirk B. Feldmann. Together, they offer more than 175 years of experience and success in local, national and international entertainment ventures, including pioneering the development of new music and theatrical venues, as well as the entertainment to fill them. About Sugar Land The City of Sugar Land is an award-winning community 20 miles southwest of Houston. This master-planned community has achieved its sustainable, strong local economy through a strategically focused and aggressive economic development program creating new wealth and jobs. As a regional employment center, the City is home to numerous high-profile regional and international corporations housed in more than 22 million square feet of commercial space, including Minute Maid, Schlumberger, Fluor Corporation, Bechtel EO and Aetna. Sugar Land has also uniquely positioned itself as a hub for premium shopping, dining and entertainment. Venues such as the Houston Museum of Natural Science at Sugar Land, the recently announced Constellation Field, as well as the future concert/performing arts center and Sugar Land Heritage Museum will further establish the community as a cultural and historical destination.
  6. Via PRWeb http://www.prweb.com/releases/2015/01/prweb12474161.htm Flix Brewhouse™, the world’s only combination first-run cinema and dine-in microbrewery, will become lead entertainment anchor at The Crossing at Telfair in Sugar Land, Scott Weaver of developer Rubicon Realty Group announced today. “We set out to bring a novel entertainment concept to the area and are thrilled to have Flix Brewhouse bring their unique brand of cinema dining to The Crossing at Telfair. Flix is both cutting-edge and family-friendly and will be a landmark destination at Telfair, whether patrons are going to the movies or not,” Weaver added. The Crossing at Telfair, at the southwest corner of Texas 6 and U.S. 90, features a new H-E-B superstore, a Hilton Garden Inn, Cheddar's, Bombay Pizza, Chuy’s and a growing roster of other retailers. Hampton Inn and Embassy Suites are two additional hospitality providers committed to The Crossing at Telfair soon to commence construction. Texas-based Flix Brewhouse was created in 2011 with a goal to be best-in-class among popular-priced cinema-eatery concepts. The Sugar Land location will be the group’s second Texas location, complementing a newly opened unit in Des Moines, Iowa and another opening in Indianapolis this April. The Sugar Land Flix Brewhouse will be approximately 40,000 square feet, featuring eight auditoriums equipped with parabolic screens, state-of-the-industry digital audio and video including Dolby Atmos™ immersive sound, extra wide plush seating, and an innovative gliding tabletop console. Viewers will enjoy unobtrusive, in-theater service from a complete cooked-to-order menu and a broad selection of soft drinks and adult beverages, including a dozen signature beers brewed on-premises. In addition to showing the latest Hollywood blockbusters, Flix Brewhouse has a wide variety of special features and events, including a Pro-Am homebrew competition, on-site Beer 101 brewing and tasting seminars and numerous themed classic film series, including dinner comedies, ladies nights out, and Saturday morning pajama parties. Flix also celebrates unique food and craft beer creations with a range of ongoing dining and tasting events, showcasing beer from other craft breweries as well as its own. “We love what Rubicon is doing at The Crossing at Telfair,” said Matt Silvers, Senior Vice President of Real Estate for Flix Brewhouse. “Well-positioned mixed use projects such as this offer the opportunity to live, work, stay and play, all in a dynamic environment. The dining and entertainment district within The Crossing at Telfair will become the ‘go to’ destination in the Sugar Land area for both families and date night, and the Flix Brewhouse brand will be a great fit.”
  7. Aurora LINKS: http://www.miradorgroup.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/AURORA-AT-LAKEPOINTE_SPREADS_03-28-2012.pdf http://www.miradorgroup.com/residential/aurora
  8. Where do you all see the future of Fort Bend County ? Our population has reach 627,293 and is growing more and more everyday with no signs of stopping. I live in Sugar Land and I can definitely see the growth. If we were a city we would be the 7th largest city in Texas, just after El Paso ! I'm starting to wonder if Fort Bend is going to have to start thinking like a big city rather than a suburban area. For example, with transportation, Hwy 59 (I-69) is always backed-up and needs relief. Highway 6 is a nightmare, Highway 90 is starting to get crazy. Thankfully the Grand Parkway is being built out to 59. Maybe turn highway 90 into a tollroad, connect the Fort Bend Tollroad to South Post Oak in Houston, Commuter rail that reaches all the way to Richmond and Rosenberg, and maybe turn the Fort Bend Transit System into a full bus service system. Thats just one area of concern. I even see the day when the Sugar Land Airport turns into Houston's third major airport. It's just a Regional airport now but flights are constantly coming one right after another, even at night. It's the busiest small airport I ever seen. What do you guys think in other areas as well like education, real estate, economic development, crime, health care, etc. All these issue are coming up fast in this county and we have to find some answers soon.
  9. Per Bisnow, this memorial was recently dedicated in Memorial Park in Sugar Land. Haven't heard of using tilt-wall for this sort of construction before. More on the design and planning can be found here.
  10. Just wanted to ask people around Fort Bend County if you have ever rode on the Fort Bend Transit buses and what was your experience. Seems to me they are becoming more and more popular. There are already plans to put permanent park and ride facilities in Missouri City and Rosenberg. I think it's cool to have public transportation in Fort Bend. It's the second largest pop county in the area. The 2010 census for the county was at 585,375 and it's growing more every year, which is basically the size of Portland, Ore. We have to have alternative ways of getting around the area. The traffic, especially in Sugar Land is getting ridiculous What's your take on it. ?
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