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How things going in Pearland today. I think all three will get built. Pearland is growing, and its going to continue to see growth in the area. More population, the more retail and buildings you will see. It's not how, but it's when going to happen.

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Booming: Pearland, The Woodlands, Katy, Kingwood, Clear Lake ... I know I left someone out. Most people aren't even aware that East Houston has a growth pattern goin' on as well.

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Booming:  Pearland, The Woodlands, Katy, Kingwood, Clear Lake ... I know I left someone out.  Most people aren't even aware that East Houston has a growth pattern goin' on as well.

Sugar Land is on par with this group

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More Pearland growth - Promenade Shops at the Spectrum - 5/23/2006

(Pearland) - Poag & McEwen said it will break ground next month on an 850,000-square-foot lifestyle center. Bass Pro Shops, a sporting goods retailer, will occupy a 130,000-square-foot outlet at the center, called the Promenade Shops at the Spectrum. Tenants have committed to about 72 percent of the project. The center, on 127 acres at the southwest corner of Texas 288 and Beltway 8, is part of a larger complex under development called the Spectrum. The project, comprising 1,000 acres, is geared toward attracting biotech firms. The Pearland Economic Development Corp. is developing the initial infrastructure and offering development incentive packages. Groundbreaking will begin June 22, with completion slated for fall of 2007.

[Houston Chronicle]

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Found this info at TAMU's Real Estate Website.

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Pearland lifestyle center breaks ground

Houston Business Journal - 2:45 PM CDT Thursday

Construction is officially under way on the Promenade Shops at Shadow Creek following today's groundbreaking ceremony in Pearland.

The Promenade Shops will be an 800,000-square-foot lifestyle retail center at the southwest corner of Highway 288 and Beltway 8. The project is being developed by Poag & McEwen Lifestyle Centers, which is based in Memphis, Tenn.

Business and government officials gathered Thursday morning for the ceremonial start to the Promenade Shops, which will be anchored by a large Bass Pro Shops location. Initial plans also include a movie theater, specialty grocery store, bookstore and specialty fashion retailers.

Promenade Shops is part of the 1,000-acre Spectrum at Clear Creek, a master-planned business and lifestyle development that the City of Pearland and Pearland Economic Development Corp. hope will attract biotech companies to the area.

http://houston.bizjournals.com/houston/sto...tml?jst=b_ln_hl

http://www.pm-lifestyle.com/lifestyle_cent...reek/index.html

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Pearland lifestyle center breaks ground

Houston Business Journal - 2:45 PM CDT Thursday

Construction is officially under way on the Promenade Shops at Shadow Creek following today's groundbreaking ceremony in Pearland.

The Promenade Shops will be an 800,000-square-foot lifestyle retail center at the southwest corner of Highway 288 and Beltway 8. The project is being developed by Poag & McEwen Lifestyle Centers, which is based in Memphis, Tenn.

Business and government officials gathered Thursday morning for the ceremonial start to the Promenade Shops, which will be anchored by a large Bass Pro Shops location. Initial plans also include a movie theater, specialty grocery store, bookstore and specialty fashion retailers.

Promenade Shops is part of the 1,000-acre Spectrum at Clear Creek, a master-planned business and lifestyle development that the City of Pearland and Pearland Economic Development Corp. hope will attract biotech companies to the area.

http://houston.bizjournals.com/houston/sto...tml?jst=b_ln_hl

http://www.pm-lifestyle.com/lifestyle_cent...reek/index.html

thanks for the update.

The pearland forum is slow moving, but I appreciate it. :)

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My family and I are moving back to Houston next year, following a brief banishment to Cleveland, OH (yes, the mistake by the lake). Looking into Pearland vs Clear lake. The Parks at Boulder Creeks looks pretty interesting...a bit of urban chique in suburbia. The renderings look great, but I'm not sure how well it will be executed. The developer has never done residential before. The development was announced awhile ago, but I've yet to here of any retailers signing on so far. Plus, a development of that magnitude will take quite a few years to complete....not sure if I want to be living in the middle of all that construction.

Any update on how the construction is looking so far out there at Beltway and Pearland Pkwy?

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My family and I are moving back to Houston next year, following a brief banishment to Cleveland, OH (yes, the mistake by the lake). Looking into Pearland vs Clear lake. The Parks at Boulder Creeks looks pretty interesting...a bit of urban chique in suburbia. The renderings look great, but I'm not sure how well it will be executed. The developer has never done residential before. The development was announced awhile ago, but I've yet to here of any retailers signing on so far. Plus, a development of that magnitude will take quite a few years to complete....not sure if I want to be living in the middle of all that construction.

Any update on how the construction is looking so far out there at Beltway and Pearland Pkwy?

Things are looking good. Construction on new homes is booming on the south side of betway 8 on pearland pkwy! Pearland pkwy itself, looks great! Why are you wanting that area over the west side of Pearland, 288 and 518?

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Things are looking good. Construction on new homes is booming on the south side of betway 8 on pearland pkwy! Pearland pkwy itself, looks great! Why are you wanting that area over the west side of Pearland, 288 and 518?

Actually, I was particularly interested in the Parks at Boulder Creek "lifestyle center" development with lofts built above retail that has been discussed in this forum at the entrance of Pearland Pkwy and Beltway8.

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Actually, I was particularly interested in the Parks at Boulder Creek "lifestyle center" development with lofts built above retail that has been discussed in this forum at the entrance of Pearland Pkwy and Beltway8.

Oh.. sorry.. Nothing new, just some clearing. I haven't passed by there in a couple of weeks, so things could have changed.

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Actually, I was particularly interested in the Parks at Boulder Creek "lifestyle center" development with lofts built above retail that has been discussed in this forum at the entrance of Pearland Pkwy and Beltway8.

I think the lifestyle center at 518 and the beltway will have living space as well. I don't know if they will be lofts but go to CBLProperties.com and look up the Pearland Town Center that is slated for 2008. I think the renderings show some type of living space there.

Things have been quiet on the Boulder Creek project. I hope it turns out well because that side of Pearland needs something but it's not getting nearly the press that these other projects are. I haven't heard about any committments from restauarants or retailers.

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I think the lifestyle center at 518 and the beltway will have living space as well. I don't know if they will be lofts but go to CBLProperties.com and look up the Pearland Town Center that is slated for 2008. I think the renderings show some type of living space there.

Things have been quiet on the Boulder Creek project. I hope it turns out well because that side of Pearland needs something but it's not getting nearly the press that these other projects are. I haven't heard about any committments from restauarants or retailers.

Yeah, I've seen the renderings of the Pearland Town Center, but it seems like the residential will be years away. There's nothing up for sale yet, whereas there are actually MLS listings for the Boulder Creek project. Seems like Pearland Towncenter is building up the retail before the residential, which is probably how it should be. The Sugarland Townsquare condos did the same and have done very well. T-Mac actually bought a unit in there, and can be seen around sometimes. Hope Boulder Creek comes out the same, but from the sound of it, they might be trying the reverse and building the residential before the retail. They are supposedly starting construction on some of the brownstones this month. It would seem like the residential success would ride upon the retail success in these types of developments. So there is some of that risk there if the retail doesn't come through.

I'll be coming down to Houston and visitng the site and sales office next week and will provide any updates.

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Yeah, I've seen the renderings of the Pearland Town Center, but it seems like the residential will be years away. There's nothing up for sale yet, whereas there are actually MLS listings for the Boulder Creek project. Seems like Pearland Towncenter is building up the retail before the residential, which is probably how it should be. The Sugarland Townsquare condos did the same and have done very well. T-Mac actually bought a unit in there, and can be seen around sometimes. Hope Boulder Creek comes out the same, but from the sound of it, they might be trying the reverse and building the residential before the retail. They are supposedly starting construction on some of the brownstones this month. It would seem like the residential success would ride upon the retail success in these types of developments. So there is some of that risk there if the retail doesn't come through.

I'll be coming down to Houston and visitng the site and sales office next week and will provide any updates.

Brownstones would be wonderful. Can't wait to hear what you find out.

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I think the lifestyle center at 518 and the beltway will have living space as well. I don't know if they will be lofts but go to CBLProperties.com and look up the Pearland Town Center that is slated for 2008. I think the renderings show some type of living space there.

Things have been quiet on the Boulder Creek project. I hope it turns out well because that side of Pearland needs something but it's not getting nearly the press that these other projects are. I haven't heard about any committments from restauarants or retailers.

I just drove by the Jefco Development on Beltway 8 and Pearland Parkway this weekend and I didn't see any construction started yet. Land's cleared and there's a sales office, but no signs of development just yet.

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Brownstones would be wonderful. Can't wait to hear what you find out.

So I visited the Boulder Creek trailer today. They have a nice model of the whole development there. They told me the reason nothing's been built yet is because last week they just closed on the financing for the East side of Pearland Pkwy, which will have a 16 story office building, commercial space (ice cream shop, coffee shop, deli, etc), lake, and upscale apts. The office building is supposed to be "Class A." Does anyone know what that really means if anything at all? The developer has been delaying construction because he wants to have everything under construction all at once.

West of the Pkwy, there will be 1-story buildings with boutique shops. This section of the model reminds me of the Marquee mall on I-10. A Kroger's signature store has signed on here, as well as a CVS Pharmacy and Spec's along the parkway. Next to these is a small lake that will have 4 restaurants (probably like Fountains on the lake on I-59). A Johnny Rockets has already signed on. Behind these is more retail with 2 levels of 2-story lofts above them. Directly behind the lofts is garage parking, and behind that are columns of about 100 brownstones. There are canals leading from the lake around the loft/retail and some of the brownstone columns. The wooded area around Clear Creek is behind the brownstones. A large parking lot will be between the Beltway feeder and the lake with some retail buildings. A Taco Cabana has signed on in one of these.

Then at the far west-side of this development there are plans for an outpatient medical clinic building and park in front. The sales rep said there are more letter of intents from other retailers for the project, but she couldn't release that info yet until the hard deals were done. The Kroger's sounds nice, but I'm still waiting for signs of the "upscale" retailers like williams-sonoma, BR, Bombay, etc. As such, I'm still reluctant to put down 350K for one of these loft units. Its an admirable endeavor, but we'll have to see about the execution.

This was my first time really checking out Pearland. I was kinda dissappointed. I didn't expect such a lack of current commercial development there. I had a tough time trying to find a place just to have lunch. Had to go to the 518/288 area by Shadow Creek Ranch, and then there was just a Chili's and Panera Bread, which I didn't have the stomach for today. Seems like it might still be a few years before there are decent dining options in Pearland. Johnny Rockets isn't all that either.... When's the Cheesecake Factory or even one of the Pappas chains coming?

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This was my first time really checking out Pearland. I was kinda dissappointed. I didn't expect such a lack of current commercial development there. I had a tough time trying to find a place just to have lunch. Had to go to the 518/288 area by Shadow Creek Ranch, and then there was just a Chili's and Panera Bread, which I didn't have the stomach for today. Seems like it might still be a few years before there are decent dining options in Pearland. Johnny Rockets isn't all that either.... When's the Cheesecake Factory or even one of the Pappas chains coming?

you didn't look very hard. there's a Johnny Carino's, Olive Garden, Saltgrass, and Fuddruckers in the Chili's parking lot (around the corner south off of 288). and there's a bunch of non-chain restaurants along broadway between 288 and cullen- including indian, chinese, vietnamese, cajun, mexican and latin. not saying Pearland has the best selection, but there are options.

thanks for all the info on Boulder Creek. if you find out what other retailers sign on be sure to let us know.

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