Old Imperial Sugar refinery sweet updatesOld Imperial Sugar refinery sweet updateshttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=189002018-02-13T06:00:00Z2018-02-13T22:55:00Z

​​​​​​Imperial Market will feature a mix of new and old buildings tailored to the style of the historic landmarks already on the property. SUGAR LAND – Imperial Market developers are gearing up to start construction March 1, 2018, transforming the historic old sugar refinery site in Sugar Land. 

On the 26 acres overseen by developers Geoffrey Jones and James Murnane, the Imperial Sugar building will be transformed into a mixed-use destination complete with dining, shopping and lodging options. 

Historically significant landmarks on the property include the Char House—​which will be turned into a boutique hotel—as well as an engineering building, three-bay warehouse, container warehouse, silos and smokestacks. 

The bottom portion of each of the three silos, which are about 2,000 sf each, will be restored to house restaurants. 

Of the 26 acres Jones and Murnane are working with, four​ acres were sold to Sueba Construction for the development of a premier multifamily community. 

Imperial Market construction is estimated to be complete by fall 2019.

Once complete, approximately 2,000 full-time and part-time jobs will be created.​

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Find this story on page 24: 2018 Annual Community Guide, Sugar Land Missouri City Edition, Volume 5, Issue 5, Jan. 11-Feb. 4, 2018​

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