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Tannos developing 106-acre mixed-use district in Friendswood - Houston Business Journal (bizjournals.com)

Tannos & Wolfrgramm Capital to develop 106 acres at FM 528 at Blackhawk Blvd. Blackhawk will be extended from 528 to connect w/ Bay Area Blvd.

-54 acres will be a mix of office & retail with a boutique hotel brand and convention space. All of the commercial parcels of this side have been claimed.

-52 acres will be parkland to be donated to the City of Friendswood for a space that will have 4 miles of trails and a fishing lake.

-Construction expected to begin at the end of next year and wrap up three years later.

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Tannos developing 106-acre mixed-use district in Friendswood - Houston Business Journal (bizjournals.com)

Tannos & Wolfrgramm Capital to develop 106 acres at FM 528 at Blackhawk Blvd. Blackhawk will be extended from 528 to connect w/ Bay Area Blvd.

-54 acres will be a mix of office & retail with a boutique hotel brand and convention space. All of the commercial parcels of this side have been claimed.

-52 acres will be parkland to be donated to the City of Friendswood for a space that will have 4 miles of trails and a fishing lake.

-Construction expected to begin at the end of next year and wrap up three years later.

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Does the article specify if any of the buildings are actually mixed use or is this just multiple uses on the same property?

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Friendswood City Center groundbreaking pushed to April | Community Impact

"At a launch party for the development in December, officials said they expected the groundbreaking to take place in January, but that was moved to February shortly after.

Officials now expect it to happen in April, but were unable to provide a specific date, Kyndahl O'Quinn, executive assistant at Tannos, said in an email.

“We are just wanting to be prepared,” O’Quinn said. “We are waiting on a couple of things that we have ordered for this event, and trying to make sure that the mayor is able to make it.”"

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