Katy Boardwalk

Katy Boardwalk District is Katy's newest lakefront destination replete with a full-service conference center hotel, luxury loft residences, 155,000 sf of retail, dining and entertainment space, as well as approximately 60,000 sf of office space. All anchored by a newly constructed 90-acre lake and nature preserve.

Located off of Kingsland Boulevard, just south of I-10 in Katy, Texas, the Katy Boardwalk District will be approximately 80-acres of mixed use development located within walking distance of the Typhoon Texas water park and Katy Mills Mall.

Katy Boardwalk town center view
Sky view of Katy Boardwalk at night
Sky shot of Katy Boardwalk from the water

LaCenterra at Cinco Ranch

LaCenterra at Cinco Ranch is the Katy area’s ultimate dine, shop, play, live, and work destination. Blending uptown style and old town charm, LaCenterra offers upscale shopping, dining and entertainment in a relaxed Main Street-style setting.

Located on the western edge of metropolitan Houston in Katy TX, conveniently situated off the Grand Parkway at Cinco Ranch Blvd. LaCenterra is just three miles South of I-10, and primarily serves Katy, Fort Bend county and the Cinco Ranch master planned community. LaCenterra is also a GBAC STAR Certified community.

Recognized as the beating heart of Sugar Land, Town Square offers a multitude of global dining options, exciting events, and specialty shopping. With 1.4 million square feet of mixed-use development, Sugar Land Town Square is located at the intersection of U.S. 59 and Highway 6. This premier destination features a 300-room full-service hotel and conference center, a 82,000 square-foot City Hall, 167 mid-rise residential condos, 566,000 square feet of Class A office space and 223,000 square feet of Main Street retail and restaurants. An expansive central plaza anchors Sugar Land Town Square, featuring green space where thousands gather for concerts, festivals, performances, and pop-ups.

Front entrance of World of Beer building
LaCentera building with  logo and clock
Riverfront in from of LaCentera

Sugar Land Town Square

Recognized as the beating heart of Sugar Land, Town Square offers a multitude of global dining options, exciting events, and specialty shopping. With 1.4 million square feet of mixed-use development, Sugar Land Town Square is located at the intersection of U.S. 59 and Highway 6. This premier destination features a 300-room full-service hotel and conference center, a 82,000 square-foot City Hall, 167 mid-rise residential condos, 566,000 square feet of Class A office space and 223,000 square feet of Main Street retail and restaurants. 

An expansive central plaza anchors Sugar Land Town Square, featuring green space where thousands gather for concerts, festivals, performances, and pop-ups.

Town Square city walk street
Town square starbucks building
Town Square street

The Grid

Located at the gateway of Houston’s Innovation Corridor, the Grid’s 192 acres include more than 350,000 square feet of shops, restaurants and entertainment; 500,000 square feet of creative-focused office space; multiple hotels; pop-up shops; food hall; rooftop dining and 2,400 urban residences.  The heart of the project, the Grid Center, incorporates existing components of the site’s iconic industrial architecture to create an authentic and memorable urban environment, including an activated public green able to host concerts, festivals and outdoor movies.

 An innovative mixed-use reinvention of a landmark Texas Instruments campus, the Grid connects past and present by combining world-class planning and design with the adaptive reuse of the site’s iconic industrial architecture.  The result is a one-of-a-kind experience for shoppers, residents, tenants, and guests woven into the fabric of the surrounding community.  With plentiful public spaces and programmed events, the Grid is connected to the community, creating a new focal point and public gathering place for Southwest Houston and Fort Bend County.

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"Fort Bend County is ripe for a large-scale, authentic, high-end mixed use center, which is exactly why we chose this site for The Grid. With excellent access to other parts of Greater Houston, one of the fastest growing populations, the highest median household income in the region, and a pro-business culture, Fort Bend was the obvious choice for us."
Brian Murphy, EDGE Realty Managing Principal