Source: Houston Chronicle
Several restaurants, service providers and a cinema will soon open in Valley Ranch Town Center, a 1.5 million-square-foot mixed use project by The Signorelli Co. at U.S. 59 and the Grand Parkway north of Kingwood.
"We are excited to bring an extensive mix of options to the Town Center – from fast-casual eateries to entertainment venues, and your everyday shopping needs," vice president of Signorelli's commercial division Kevin Layne said in an announcement.
"We want to have a variety of conveniences available right here in one place."
Family Express Clinic will open in January, followed by Cinemark Theatres in February. Other openings include Pizza Cucinova (first quarter); Menchies (April); The Toasted Yolk Café (spring); Airi Poke & Ramen (summer); Sub Zero Ice Cream & Yogurt (summer). Other future openings include Gringo's Mexican Kitchen, Buffalo Wild Wings, RC's NYC Pizza & Pasta, Shogun Japanese Grill & Sushi Bar and Schlotzsky's.
The new stores will join Chick-fil-A, Chili's Bar & Grill, Panda Express, Whataburger, Subway, Taco Bell, Five Guys, Lin's China Diner, along with Burlington, Kroger Marketplace, Hobby Lobby, Academy, Party City, Sam's Club, TJ Maxx, PetSmart, AT&T and Rack Room Shoes.
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