Sugar Land started as a sugar refinery for the sugar cane that was grown locally. You can see the old “Char House” on the north side of 90 A in old downtown Sugar Land. It is an old red brick building with the neon sign on it saying “Imperial Pure Cane Sugar”. Now that the sugar business is gone, the area is being redeveloped. The newest addition to "old" Sugar Land is the Fort Bend Children's Discovery Center featuring Kidtropolis, a kid city.
It is a mixed use development by Johnson Development with some residential, some commercial and some of the old buildings. The area is 720 acres with 651 acres being currently developed in addition to The Fort Bend Children’s Discover Center, the Farmers Market , a developing Historic District and Constellation Field, the hope of the Skeeters, a semi-pro baseball team. Smart Financial Centre for arts is an indoor venue with up to 6400 seats and opens January 2017.
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You may access the new homes by Main Street off of 90A to Stadium Drive or from Highway 6 to Imperial Blvd near Constellation Field. There are lakes and a stream in the area with new homes and townhomes in the range of $370,000 to $780,000. There are walking trails and parks. Homebuilders are Trendmaker, Gracepoint, Sitterle, Darling and Parners in Building.
Nearby is Lakeview Elemenatary School on Lakeview Drive, Sugar Land Middle School on Seventh Steet and Kempner High School. Fort Bend Christian Academby is an established private school close by.
For more information or to see any of these homes contact Fred Miller 281/924-2531 FredMiller9@gmail.com ReMax Grand
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