About Imperial Market (continued)

Sugar Land is an affluent suburb in southwest Houston and is the largest city in Fort Bend County (pop. 652,000), the fastest growing large county in the United States over the last five years. population within a five mile radius of Imperial Market is in excess of 220,000 with an average household income of $129,739, projected to rise to over $150,000 by 2018.

The Sugar Land/Fort Bend County area boasts an impressive 4.6% unemployment rate, within the robust Houston MSA and overall Texas economies that are among the strongest in the country.  Sugar Land/Fort Bend County also boast rich ethnic and cultural diversity which has consistently helped the area garner awards and accolades for being one of the finest places to live in the US.

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Imperial Market's signature architectural landmarks will be carefully preserved and restored (Char House; Three Bay Warehouse; Twin Smokestacks; Sugar Silos; Imperial Water Tower) to create a unique destination unlike any other in Greater Houston.   TREF is deeply respectful of the site’s historical significance, and as such, is devoted to the creation of a shopping, working, and living experience where history and commerce seamlessly blend.

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The overall Imperial master planned community, of which Imperial Market is the centerpiece, features Constellation Field, the recently built home of the Sugar Land Skeeters professional baseball team.   Constellation Field, a walk or bike ride away from Imperial Market, attracts 500,000+ patrons to Skeeters games and other music and cultural events throughout the year.

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A select group of high end residential builders are currently constructing homes within Imperial with price points up to $2,000,000. Imperial will contain nearly 2,000 new high end homes, all within walking distance to Imperial Market - the crown jewel of the Imperial community.

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Imperial Market hosts multiple community events such as the annual Sip & Stroll Festival and the weekly Farmer’s Market that attract an estimated 250,000 visitors annually.

     Apr 24, 2010 - Missouri City, TX, USA - The Grand Wine And Food Affair's Sienna Sip And Stroll held at Sienna Plantation in Missouri City, Texas, Saturday, April 24, 2010       Imperial Farmers Market (2)


Nalco Champion has recently completed the construction of a new 133,000 square foot headquarters building that is now home to over 1,000 employees on a site that is immediately adjacent to Imperial Market.  Within a five mile radius of Imperial Market there are multiple corporate locations for entities such as St. Lukes Hospital, Schlumberger, Methodist Hospital, National Oilwell, Memorial Hermann Hospital, Minute Maid Corporation, Baker Hughes and Fluor Corporation that provide jobs for over 25,000 employees.

 

    Imperial Nalco new HQ resize          Imperial Memorial Hermann


   Sugar Land Fluor building         Imperial Schlumberger resize


 

 
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