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Kings Harbor: Mixed-Use Development In North Houston


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Has anybody heard or seen anything about this development. I went to the website www.kings-harbor.com and it looks to be something pretty decent looking. Along the lines of the Sugar Land and Woodlands town square but with Lake Houston as a back drop. That should make it stand out a bit from the others. They should put some harbor so boats could dock at the entrance. That would make it really appealing. I've always wondered why Clear Lake hasn't done anything like this yet. I would figure being so close to the water would make it a worthwhile proposition. Anyway the developer of this Kingwood project is the same group that recently purchased Town & Country mall and plans to turn that into a mix use project.

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http://www.kings-harbor.com/

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I can't even put into words what this would do for the Bayou revitalization near downtown, but I guess the suburbs these days have to have their little downtowns too.  :rolleyes:

Yep, that seems to be the latest trend. Isn't the Woodlands getting something like this aswell? While we get stuck with little or nothing <_<

.....Go Stros :lol:

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Has anyone heard about the Skylake Village that will go up in Kingwood? The Town Center is said to be bigger than The Woodlands', and the entire development (condos, retail, restaurants), will be about 2 million square feet!

Link: Kingwood.com Discussion with links to more info

I would love to have a bigger commercial center in the Kingwood area - I think it's been underserved for too long.

The developer will be Zane Segal. Does anyone know anything about this guy?

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Woah, hot dogs. :D

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Skylake Resort will have 200 guest rooms and suites, a spa and fitness facility, tropical pool, an extensive conference center, and ballroom.

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Skylake Village will be one of the largest suburban town centers in the Houston region at nearly two million square feet.

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Three and four-story urban-scale buildings with retail and restaurants on the ground floor and condominiums and offices above

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I didn't know that Kingswood had 65,000 people...?!! :mellow:

Skylake Island, in the midst of over 40 acres (17 hectares) of lakes, will be the center of commercial life, with sidewalk caf

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many residents would apparently like to NOT have a Houston address.

Well they should have tried to incorporte, or gave themselves to Humble.

Just like Clear Lake City in the 80s, Kingwood was getting too big for its un-incorporated britches.

On a related note, I read the lofts at Kingsharbor range from $350-950K.

That' whacked.

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Just like Clear Lake City in the 80s, Kingwood was getting too big for its un-incorporated britches.

Well I wouldn't view annexation as a means to bring suburbs down to size. A lot of concern was over the comparabilty of services Houston would be able to provide relative to what they already had.

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UPDATE Last updated: July 27, 2006 07:58am

$14M Advances Kings Harbor's First Phase

KINGWOOD, TX-Midway Cos. has secured a $14.3-million construction loan to keep development moving on the first phase of the $50-million Kings Harbor Place in the Kingwood-Atascocita submarket. The project's preleasing is resting at 50% for the initial 80,000 sf of mixed-use space.

The initial phase will contain 66,000 sf of upscale retail and restaurant space, 14,000 sf of office space and a parking garage on nine of the project's 19 acres. The residential component, which is under way, calls for 36 condos and 33 brownstones. Construction will take nine to 12 months before the class A commercial space delivers.

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I found this in The Woodlands Conroe forum. It was posted in 2005 by Jonah and nobody post back so I am puting it up again since I live in the Humble/Kingwood/Atascocita area so I am excited about this project. Looks like its moving along nicely and the web site seems like its almost done and I think people will like it so here it is.

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This is the Brownstone Living at Kings Harbor

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Some nice places to eat on Lake Houston

http://www.kings-harbor.com/ is the project homepage

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I found this in The Woodlands Conroe forum. It was posted in 2005 by Jonah and nobody post back so I am puting it up again since I live in the Humble/Kingwood/Atascocita area so I am excited about this project. Looks like its moving along nicely and the web site seems like its almost done and I think people will like it so here it is.

brownstones.jpg

This is the Brownstone Living at Kings Harbor

feedback.jpg

Some nice places to eat on Lake Houston

http://www.kings-harbor.com/ is the project homepage

So, far it looks more like a business park. But maybe what im looking at is strictly office space...but i thought perhaps retail would be on the bottom...if that is the case....it looks like a business park. But the new apartments they are building look nice.

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I found this in The Woodlands Conroe forum. It was posted in 2005 by Jonah and nobody post back so I am puting it up again since I live in the Humble/Kingwood/Atascocita area so I am excited about this project. Looks like its moving along nicely and the web site seems like its almost done and I think people will like it so here it is.

Deut, glad you bumped the topic but I went ahead and merged it with the original since most members would probably rather read one topic than several.

Lake Houston is nice the way it is but has a lot of potential for more complex developments like this project. Looks great.

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