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July
2016
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The Johnson Development Corp. Sells Land Within  Imperial Master-Planned Community For Retail, Dining and Entertainment Destination

The Johnson Development Corp. Sells Land Within Imperial Master-Planned Community For Retail, Dining and Entertainment Destination

Sugar Land’s newest upscale shopping, dining, entertainment and cultural destination is a step closer to reality.

Imperial Johnson, L.L.C., an entity managed by The Johnson Development Corp., has sold 26 acres to Imperial Market Development, L.L.C. to develop the 855,000 square-foot mixed-use project off U.S. 90 between Highway 6 and U.S. 59. Construction for Imperial Market, located within the upscale master-planned community of Imperial, is scheduled to begin in September 2016 with a grand opening projected for late 2017.

Updates and more information can be found at www.imperialmkt.com.

Situated on the banks of Oyster Creek within the 720-acre community, Imperial Market will incorporate the historic structures of the former Imperial Sugar refinery and will feature:

  • 290,000 square feet of upscale retail space with a complementary mix of fashion retailers, soft goods merchants, restaurants, and entertainment venues;
  • 90,000 square feet of Class A office space above first-floor retail surrounding Imperial Market’s Central Green and overlooking the waters of Oyster Creek;
  • The transformation of the historic, eight-story Char House, built in 1925, into a luxury, 185-room boutique hotel with an adjacent building housing 10,000 square feet of conference/meeting space and fitness center; and
  • A 274-unit luxury multifamily complex designed, built and managed by Sueba USA.  

A nine-screen Alamo Drafthouse, an entertainment concept combining movies and dining, was announced for the project in December.

Imperial Market is home to the newly opened Fort Bend Children’s Discovery Center and a weekly Farmers Market. It also is nearby Constellation Field, the ballpark for the Sugar Land Skeeters baseball club, and will serve as the future home of the Sugar Land Visitor Center and Heritage Museum.

Imperial, a master-planned community by The Johnson Development Corp., offers luxury townhomes, lifestyle patio homes, three-story Brownstones and larger traditional homes from the $400’s - $1 million +.

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