One more of each, thank you: Creekside Park Village Center, rendered above, will be the Woodlands’ 7th and will be anchored by its 4th H-E-B, the master-planned community says. The shopping center will serve Creekside Park, a 100-acre community planned to go in up there west of Lake Paloma. It appears that the center will herd its shoppers inward toward a 4,300-sq.-ft. glass-walled restaurant, which you can see in the rendering. And there’s gonna be a fire pit in that park-like median-thing. (And a water feature on the other end. You know. Just in case.) In all, 80,000 sq. ft. of retail and office space are proposed for the site on Kuykendahl.
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The village center will sit between Creekside Forest and Creekside Green, a part of the new community that the Woodlands says will accommodate 6,300 families. (Homes, still under construction, are being sold between $180K and $3 million.) The community will provide access to trailheads near the Spring Creek Greenway and George Mitchell Nature Preserve. The inset map, below, zooms in on the shopping center’s proposed layout; the glass-walled restaurant is labeled “C” and boxed in white:
- New H-E-B planned in The Woodlands [Prime Property]
- H-E-B will open in new Creekside Park Village Center [Woodlands Online]
- Creekside Park [The Woodlands]
Images: Creekside Park Village Center [PDF]