In Kingwood trees are coming down to make way for restaurants, shops, office towers & a holiday ice rink

As the trees come down, the sound of construction roars as Kingwood Parc City Center, a $100 million dollar mixed use development is underway.  The Center is designed to include shops, apartments, restaurants and an office tower, all in a pedestrian-friendly, modern environment.

Kingwood Parc Center to include;

220,000 square feet of Retail space

Pedestrian oriented Main Street flooded with national and boutique shops, fine dining, and inspired residential living.

Caf̩ pavilion featuring open air seating overlooking our lush green space and holiday ice rink Рideal for community gatherings in a unique urban setting.

600,000 square feet of Class A office space

Two Class A office buildings, located at the entries to Kingwood Parc, are ideally suited for today’s corporate users. Excellent corporate headquarters opportunity offering building identity and freeway visibility.

315 lifestyle residential units

The development is located at the main entrance to Kingwood at Highway 59 at Kingwood Drive and is a focal point for new retail development in the area.

The project is expected to open in the fall of 2015.

Houston-based Jefco Development Corp. builds retail properties, in 2000, the company built the Italian-inspired Portofino, a 500,000-square-foot shopping center just outside The Woodlands in Shenandoah.

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