The Johnson Development Corp. has announced the first residential neighborhoods in Imperial Sugar Land: 116 patio homes, some with waterfront views, and 27 single and two-story townhomes facing Imperial Boulevard, one of the community’s signature, tree-lined boulevards. View Imperial map.
Located at Highway 6 and Highway 90A, the master-planned community of Imperial is the largest remaining development opportunity in Sugar Land incorporating retail, residential, entertainment and office to create a premier destination to live, work, shop and play.
Imperial’s new patio homes will range in size from 1,800 – 4,000 square feet with a limited number of homes located in the gated, waterfront neighborhood of Quiet Cove. Prices for the new patio homes will range from the $300’s to the $700’s, according to Shay Shafie, general manager of the 716-acre master-planned community.
Imperial’s new townhomes will range in size from 1,800 – 2,600 square feet with open living, dining and kitchen areas, first floor master bedrooms and three-car detached garages accessible from behind the homes to create a pleasing street scene.
The new patio homes and townhomes, both with custom features, are designed to appeal to empty nesters who have raised families in Sugar Land but prefer to stay in the area in a low-maintenance home.
“These new home types represent a lifestyle that’s hard to find in Sugar Land,” says Shafie. “The patio-style homes are very popular in Johnson Development’s other communities and we expect a similar response in Imperial.”
Imperial’s new patio homes and townhomes are expected to be available for sale by the end of 2013 with models for both scheduled to open in the Spring of 2014. Builders for both the patio homes and townhomes will be announced in August.
The new patio homes and townhomes will be a short walk down the tree-lined Imperial Boulevard to the community’s Historic District, a weekly Farmers Market and Constellation Field, another strong selling point for Imperial.
Other progress in Imperial includes the completion of an impressive entry on Highway 6 across from the Sugar Land Municipal Airport. Its signature fountain is expected to be finished by the end of the year.