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Sugar Land’s Imperial Sugar Refinery gets another life

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Render of the apartments designed by Sueba USA. The Imperial Sugar Refinery in Sugar Land, Texas, closed in 2003, leaving only the skeleton of a manufacturing plant that helped build the entire city of Sugar Land. However, a breathe of life was given to the area when Johnson Development moved on with plans to continue developing mixed-use retail at the location. Based on the preliminary renders, much of the existing landmarks will be re-used in some way or another. Owner and co-developer Geoffrey Jones, who has lived in the Houston area for 42 years, recalls the landmark from his early days in real estate. “The first time I saw it 30 years ago was at about the time I entered the real estate development business, and I recognized it all those years as being a great future site fo…

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