Multi-family residences at Imperial Sugar Land

Pictured below is an example of the Class-A, condominium-style  features to be included in the multi-family residences at Imperial Sugar Land. Granite counter tops, stainless steel appliances, enhanced  ceiling heights, custom interior lighting and hardwood floor options  are among the many custom home finishes residents will enjoy.  Residences also will be equipped with state-of-the-art  telecommunications and high-speed Internet.  The multi-family  residences will be located in Imperial’s Ball Park District, directly  east of the City of Sugar Land’s new minor league stadium, StarTex  Power Field.

Family Farmers, Dairy Operators To Showcase Goods at Farmers Market at Imperial

The list of vendors for the upcoming Farmers Market at Imperial, now certified by the Texas Department of Agriculture, continues to grow as family farmers, dairy operators, sauce makers and more sign up to showcase their fresh-from-the-field produce and other fine foods when the event opens Saturday, October 1. Continue reading

Upcoming Planning & Zoning Commission Workshop – September 13, 2011

Imperial General Plan – Traffic and Circulation
The City staff and Johnson Development’s traffic consultant with Wilbur Smith Associates will be conducting a workshop on the Planning & Zoning Commission agenda of September 13, 2011 to provide the Commission with an update on the Imperial Development as to the ongoing review process of the General Plan amendment and Preliminary Planned Development (PD zoning) proposal for the tract with regard to Traffic and Circulation.

Lakeview Elementary Students Raise Funds for School’s PTA at Farmers Market and More at Imperial

Shoppers at the upcoming Farmers Market at Imperial Sugar Land will get a special helping hand from the students at Sugar Land’s Lakeview Elementary.

            Students will help the school’s PTA earn money at the ten-week event, open Saturdays starting October 1, by helping carry purchases to shoppers’ cars and assisting local growers and vendors unload produce and other items. Continue reading