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Grand Parkway Marketplace Prompts Northeast Houston Growth

Posted by: Rob Nadler Rob Nadler
on July 18, 2017

Located just outside of Houston, Spring, Texas is experiencing a major real estate boom. Residents and shoppers alike are celebrating the grand opening of Kimco Realty’s Grand Parkway Marketplace. The shopping center celebrated its debut by hosting a ribbon cutting ceremony on July 9, and a free community event on Saturday, June 10 offering activities for all ages, food trucks, and entertainment highlighted in a live broadcast by 104.1 FM, Houston’s #1 Hit Music Station. You too can experience the festivities by watching the video below and viewing the accompanying photos.


Kimco Realty CEO Conor Flynn, fifth from left, and others join in for a ribbon cutting at the Grand Parkway Marketplace grand opening

Performances by Klein Oak High School’s cheerleading squad and marching band dazzled crowds

KOHS cheerleading squad and 104.1 FM enjoying the grand opening event

Grand Parkway Marketplace tenant Michaels host fun games for attendees

Great food and fun at the Grand Parkway Marketplace opening

The 75-acre, 488,000-square-foot shopping center is located at Grand Parkway and Kuykendahl Road. Grand Parkway Marketplace’s anchor store, Target, opened in March and continues to be a success in the retail space. The facility is currently 80 percent leased and nearing completion. Stores now open in Grand Parkway Marketplace include PetSmart, Burlington Coat Factory, DSW, TJ Maxx, Party City, Michaels, Ulta, and Ross Dress for Less.


Grand Parkway Marketplace is home to many well-known retail giants.

Since Grand Parkway Marketplace has so been essential to Northeast Houston’s growing infrastructure, Kimco Realty has another project in the works. Grand Parkway Marketplace II, located across the street from Grand Parkway Marketplace, is currently under development with two anchor stores secured, Hobby Lobby and Academy Sports + Outdoors, and a third under negotiation. The $52 million development will include multi-tenant retail buildings, space for restaurants, banks, and other establishments set to open in August or September 2017.

Due to the growing number of stores and restaurants in Grand Parkway Marketplace and the encompassing areas, more residents are flocking to Spring, resulting in high demand for housing, jobs, business, and healthcare development. In short, Northeast Houston is a flourishing community thanks in great part to commercial and residential development in the region.

With the opening of Kimco’s Grand Parkway Marketplace and the construction of Grand Parkway Marketplace II, Spring and the surrounding community will continue to grow as a hub for both residents and businesses.

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