Those who assisted with the ground-breaking of the new Main Street Kingwood, from left: Jason Snell, general partner, LSI (general contractors and construction management); John Rose, senior due diligence manager, H-E-B; Martha Berrera, public affairs, H-E-B Houston; Eric Moede, real estate director, H-E-B; Burdette Huffman, vice president of development, Lovett Commercial; City of Houston Council Member Dave Martin; Heath Rushing, senior vice president and CEO, Memorial Hermann Northeast; James Bretting, associate vice president, Memorial Hermann; Scott Roselius, AIA, partner, Heights Venture Architects; Stan Sarman, chair, Lake Houston Redevelopment Authority and president, Super Neighborhood Council 43. Photo by Meredith Mann
The day that has been talked about since its beginning has finally arrived. Lovett Commercial broke ground on its 33-plus-acre premiere shopping center development in Kingwood Oct. 16. The area, known as Main Street Kingwood, is located at the northeast corner of W. Lake Houston Parkway and Kingwood Drive. The newly created center will feature more than 240,000 square feet of retail, grocery, and healthcare tenants when completed.
Anchoring the entirety of Main Street Kingwood will be a H-E-B grocery store complete with a fuel station and car wash. Also included in this development will be a 45,000-square-foot Memorial Hermann Convenient Care Center.
Some featured retailers that will call Main Street Kingwood their new home include some all-time favorites such as Raising Canes, Pie Five Pizza Company, Tenzen Steak Sushi and Bar, VertsKebap, and Benfield Pet Hospital. There will be a little bit of everything, allowing for minimal and reduced travel time, featured in this new development.
Lovett Commercial, developer of the center, expects site work on Main Street Kingwood to begin in the next few weeks, with completion of the shopping center in the fall of 2016.
For more information, visit lovettcommercial.com.