By Paula Gomprecht | August 22, 2017

Houston Business Journal – August 22, 2017

In around two years, Sugar Land’s old Imperial Sugar refinery area will be redeveloped into Imperial Market, a $200 million historic mixed-use project led by the developers behind downtown’s Houston Pavilions, now known as Green Street.

Recently, the project secured a co-working tenant, which could signal the industry’s broader push into Houston’s suburbs.

Rye, New York-based Serendipity Labs will occupy 15,939 square feet in the mixed-use development, per a Serendipity Labs spokesperson. The company made its first splash in Houston last year when it signed an exclusive franchising agreement with Houston-based Cameron Management and announced its plans to open 10 locations throughout the Bayou City.

Gensler will design Serendipity Labs’ space in Imperial Market.

Source: Cara Smith, “Exclusive: Imperial Sugar mixed-use lands co-working tenant,” Houston Business Journal


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