The Imperial Sugar Land development is a 690 acre master-planned community offering a mix of residential, retail, entertainment, and office elements. The 1st Step Planned Development (PD) zoning district was created under the Imperial General Development Plan approved in April of 2012, and updated by PD Ordinance No. 1969 adopted by City Council in 2014. The Imperial Market District consists of approximately 27 acres which covers the majority of the former Imperial Sugar Refinery property bounded by Ulrich Street to the west, US 90A and Kempner Street to the South, and Main Street to the East. The Imperial Market District project zoning was approved by the City of Sugar Land as a Final Development Plan in December of 2015.
City Council has taken several important steps in order to shape development expectations for The Imperial Market District property including:
Imperial Redevelopment Agreement Provisions including 2014 updates
Imperial General Land Plan Amendment No. 2 (2014)
1st Step Planned Development (PD) zoning under Imperial General Development Plan Ord. 1969 (2014)
Resolution 14-37 (2014) Authorizing Sugar Land Heritage Museum at Historic Container Warehouse
2nd Step Planned Development (PD) Ord. 2036 (2015)
Frequently Asked Questions
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