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Mixed-use planned for Sugar Land's 53-acre Fluor campus

SUGAR LAND – Locally based Planned Community Developers (PCD) will redevelop the 53-acre Lake Pointe Plaza campus into mixed-use space. Irving-based Fluor Corp. recently announced plans to leave the property after occupying it for 40 years.

Located along Lake Pointe Pkwy., the waterfront development will have retail space, restaurants, and entertainment venues; apartments, townhomes, and condos; a four-star hotel with conference center and exhibition hall; boutique office space; and medical and life sciences facilities.

The campus will also have tree-lined streets, walking trails and parks, and a beacon lighting theme.

PCD hopes to start work on the development, including tearing down all or most existing buildings, in the third quarter of next year. Buildout could take ten to 12 years.

Gensler will design the project.​

The property is owned by Maxxam Inc.​


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