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Second retailer makes investment in Sienna Plantation

January 23, 2019

A second retailer is making an investment in Sienna Plantation in Missouri City in southwest Houston. Palta Inc. purchased a 3.2-acre lot near the 10,500-acre master-planned community. It plans to construct small shop space fronting Houston Methodist’s emergency care center and primary care facility. Sienna Plantation   An aerial view of Sienna Plantation in Missouri City Development […]

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Frisco Will Soon Be Home To An Extravagant Asian Food Hall

January 15, 2019

Asian supermarket 99 Ranch Market is going all out for its newest store in Frisco Ranch set to open this month with a food hall serving up ramen, fried chicken, pho, and all sorts of desserts. The newest outpost of the grocery chain is set to open on January 26 at 9292 Warren Parkway, Suite 200 in […]

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AMC Metropark 10 & IMAX to Open Soon at Metropark Square in The Woodlands

January 3, 2019

  THE WOODLANDS, Texas — Sam Moon Group has announced that Metropark Square is officially slated to open in March 2019 and is planning monthly events on their lawn area. The highly-anticipated development will contain a brand new 10-screen AMC movie theater, a fun-filled Urban Air Adventure Park, a central green space area that will […]

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The Union Kitchen And Jax Grill Are Headed to Katy

December 18, 2018

Two popular restaurants from inside the loop, The Union Kitchen and Jax Grill, are coming to Katy next year. Paul and Doris Miller, owners of Gr8 Plate Hospitality, operate the restaurants and live in Katy, so this is a homecoming of sorts for their eateries. The Union Kitchen will debut its sixth location at Stableside […]

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SaladHead coming to the heart of West University

December 17, 2018

SaladHead has leased 1,530 square feet at 5410 Kirby from RMG. Andrew Alvis of NewQuest Properties represented the tenant. Rachael Keener of NewQuest Properties represented the landlord. Health-conscious salad bars are nothing new, but SaladHead is betting you’ve never seen it quite like this. Think seasonal, sustainable ingredients, and eight different varieties of lettuce. They […]

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Hat Creek Burgers coming to Fulshear

November 30, 2018

Hat Creek Burgers, the fast-casual burger chain from Austin has purchased a 0.91-acre retail site in Cross Creek Commons, at FM 1463 and Fry Road, Fulshear, from NewQuest Properties. J.J. McDermott and Andrew Alvis of NewQuest Properties represented the seller. Brad Devault of Cielo Property Services represented the buyer. The growing fast-casual chain is known for its […]

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New Hope Housing Purchases Two-Acre Site

November 9, 2018

HOUSTON – New Hope Housing Inc., a regional leader in affordable housing development, has acquired nearly two acres to develop a 170-unit multifamily project in the heart of Sharpstown’s Regency Square Office Park in southwest Houston.   The 1.98-acre tract is located at the corner of Dale Carnegie Lane and Regency Square. It is one […]

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Upscale Asian Restaurants, Retail Begin Opening Doors at Frisco Ranch

October 10, 2018

Oct. 1, 2018 FRISCO, Texas – Grand openings for an upscale mix of Asian-influenced experiential dining and shopping opportunities will dominate the fourth quarter at NewQuest Properties’ Frisco Ranch in Far North Dallas. Doors will open this month for 85° C Bakery & Café, Daiso Japan, Kung Fu Tea and T-Swirl Crepe. Education One follows […]

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New wave of tenants to open in Katy Grand by early 2019

September 26, 2018

Katy Grand continues to develop in the northeastern corner of the Grand Parkway and I-10 in Katy, said Heather Nguyen, a partner with NewQuest Properties, the developer of the site. Full Story: Community Impact

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Houston Is the New Capital Of Southern Cool

August 28, 2018

We’ve been hearing the buzz for a few years now: Houston may, sneakily, be America’s best food city. But when we sent GQ food critic Brett Martin to dive into the scene, we realized that was selling the city way short. Full story: GQ Magazine

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