telfair

Extended Stay in Sugar Land

Also known as Temporary Housing or Short-Term Housing

If you need extended stay in Sugar Land or Stafford (which is adjacent to Sugar Land), here are some options. These options frequently change, but this should at least get you started.

Extended Stay America Houston – Sugar Land
13420 Southwest Fwy, #59, Sugar Land, TX 77478
(281) 494-6699


Extended Stay America Houston – Stafford
4726 Sugar Grove Blvd, Stafford, TX
(281) 240-0025


Studio 6 Houston – Stafford/Sugar Land
12827 Southwest Freeway, Stafford, TX, 77477 
(281) 240-6900


Aplus Furnished Homes
2018 Winged Foot Dr Missouri City, TX 77459
Brittany
(281) 416-2700


Executive Living
Carol Gremillion
(281) 494-4945

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Sugar Land Real Estate Market

Dated June 2020


Sugar Land Real Estate Terminology

Buyer’s Market vs. Seller’s Market

The  Sugar Land real estate market is constantly changing. The way we determine the type of real estate market we’re in (Buyer’s Market vs. Seller’s Market) is based on the amount of Inventory (homes available for sale) currently available. Six months of inventory is usually considered “equilibrium” —neither a Seller’s or Buyer’s Market. A Buyer’s Market is considered to be 7 months or more of inventory. This is where the demand for homes is somewhat less than the supply of homes and when Buyers may have more control over house prices than Sellers. A Seller’s Market is considered to be 5 months or less of inventory.  This is where the demand for homes is somewhat greater than the supply of homes and when Sellers may have more control over house prices than Buyers.

Months of Inventory

Months of Inventory refers to the number of months it would take to sell all of the currently listed homes on the Sugar Land real estate market, with no new homes being added. This may also be called the “Absorption Rate” because it is the rate in which houses are “absorbed” in the current market. Generally speaking, if Inventory is greater than 6 months, then it is a “Buyers Market,” and if Inventory is less than 6 months, then it is a “Sellers Market.”

Months of Inventory =

# Active on the Market


(# Sold in Past 12 mths 12 mths)

 

Cumulative Days On Market

How long it takes to sell homes can be a good indicator for “how’s the market”? The longer it takes to sell homes, on average, the slower the market. So if the cumulative number of Days on Market is increasing, then the market may be slowing down, and if CDOM is decreasing, then the market may be speeding up.

“Days on Market” refers to the days a specific home listing has been on the MLS. If the real estate agent Terminates the listing and then relists it with a new MLS number, then the DOM resets. However, the Cumulative Days On Market should show the total Days on Market for that particular home, regardless of the number of time it is terminated and relisted by one or more real estate agents.

Keep in mind that areas with lower-priced homes will usually sell faster than luxury-priced areas, because the more affordable the home’s price, the larger the number of potential buyers, and the quicker it can sell.

Median Price

Median Price is not the same as the Average Price; it is the middle point for real estate prices. The Median Price is the price in the middle of all the sales prices for a certain time-period, with exactly half of the houses priced for less and half priced for more.

It is generally believed that the Median Price is the best indicator for market activity because it is less affected by abnormally low prices or high prices (which skew the Average Price).


Overall Market Data for Past 6 Months

The following data is for Sold single-family properties in the past 6 months as of June 2020.

ZIP Code

# Active

# Sold

Mths of Inventory

Median CDOM*

Median Sold Sales Price

Highest Sold Price

Lowest
Sold Price

77479

(past 6 mths)

376

494

4.6

71

$379K

$2.25M

$175K

2019

n/a

1078

n/a

61

$364K

$2.3M

$165K

2018

n/a

1205

n/a

65

$380K

$2.7M

$155K

77478

(past 6 mths)

87

100

5.2

83

$321K

$4.9M

$165K

2019

n/a

267

n/a

50

$332K

$1.87M

$160K

2018

n/a

253

n/a

33

$323K

$4.7M

$145K

77459

(past 6 mths)

332

800

2.5

76

$296K

$2.6M

$125K

2019

n/a

1453

n/a

67

$295K

$1.87M

$118K

2018

n/a

1253

n/a

60

$298K

$2.1M

$87K

77498

(past 6 mths)

95

195

2.9

61

$236K

$800K

$120K

2019

n/a

463

n/a

32

$228K

$1.4M

$97K

2018

n/a

489

n/a

24

$220K

$778M

$80K

NOTE: The number of Actives on the market and Current Inventory is only applicable to now…we don’t know the number of Actives in the past.

 


Trends for Sugar Land (77479)

 

77479-prices-10yr


Trends for Sugar Land (77478)


Trends for Sugar Land (77459)

 


Trends for Sugar Land (77498)

 

 

⇒ See Pricing a Home Correctly

 


Get the Full Report!

So I put together my Sugar Land Housing Market Report for you, which covers:

  • List of the fastest selling neighborhoods in the Sugar Land area
  • Market data on the most popular neighborhoods
  • Ten-year trend of average sales prices by ZIP Code
  • List of the most expensive neighborhoods in the Sugar Land area

This is helpful information if you are thinking about buying soon. 

sugar-land-market-report  Get the Report!

Updated as of June 2020
 

 

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Sugar Land Apartments

Office hours usually 10-5 (M-S) and 1-5 on Sunday. Call to check.

Name

Phone

Short-term

Pets*

Furnished
Mth-to-Mth

Schools

Enclave at Woodbridge
15015 W Airport Blvd
Sugar Land, TX 77498
877-549-3514 3 mths Y Brooks
832-590-8005

Rita Drabeck Elem
Sugar Land MS
Kempner HS

Foundations at Austin Colony
1800 Austin Pky
Sugar Land, TX 77479
281-980-6725 3 mths Y N

Colony Bend Elem
First Colony MS
Clements HS

Imperial Lofts
2 Stadium Dr
Sugar Land, TX 77498
844-685-4280 9 mths Y N

Lakeview Elem
Sugar Land MS
Kempner HS

Landmark at Sugar Land
14231 FM 1464 Rd
Sugar Land, TX 77498
281-494-7575  7 mth  Y  N

Lakeview Elem
Garcia MS
Austin HS

Pebble Creek Ranch
15270 Voss Rd
Sugar Land, TX 77498
281-668-7641 3 mths Y

Oakwood
713-995-5111

Oyster Creek Elem
Garcia MS
Austin HS

Retreat at Riverstone
18545 University Blvd
Sugar Land, TX 77479
832-900-2369 9 mths Y Executive Living
281-494-4945

Settlers Way Elem
First Colony MS
Elkins HS

Telfair Lofts
7500 Branford Pl
Sugar Land, TX 77479
281-509-9213 9 mths Y Executive Living
281-494-4945

Walker Station Elem
Sartartia MS
Austin HS

The Fairmont First Colony
2323 Long Reach Dr
Sugar Land, TX 77478
832-500-3865 6 mths Y Aplus
281-416-2700

Highlands Elem
Dulles MS
Dulles HS

 

These have bad online reviews:

Arcadian Sugar Land
12100 S Highway 6Sugar Land, TX 77498
888-294-2351 3 mths Y N

Lakeview Elem
Garcia MS
Austin HS

Broadstone New Territory
5555 New Territory BlvdSugarland, TX 77479
855-902-9661      

Brazos Bend Elem
Sartartia MS
Travis HS

Regency at First Colony
225 Fluor Daniel Dr
Sugar Land, TX 77479

866-608-5866 3 mths Y

Murphy
713-780-7230

Brooks
832-590-8005

Colony Meadows Elem
First Settlement MS
Clements HS

*Breed and size restrictions may exist. Check with the apartment management.

 

NOTE: Get school ratings at https://www.sugarlandtxhome.com/sugar_land_schools.

 

 

Sugar Land Private Schools Honor Roll

Sugar Land Private Schools

Even though Sugar Land public schools are fantastic, there are also many choices of Sugar Land private schools to choose from. Whether you are into Montessori-style learning, Christian-based teaching, or secular schooling, Sugar Land has what you are looking for.

Our Sugar Land private schools include over 25 preschools, 14 elementary schools, 13 middle schools, and 4 high schools.

In addition to the private schools, Sugar Land also boasts a strong home schooling community with multiple resources and networks to tap into. Please take a look at the tables on this page, organized by school type, to see your private school options. There are links to each of the schools’ websites where you can get more, up-to-date information including contact numbers.

NOTE:
Things change! Check the school’s Website for current information on grades served.

 

Sugar Land Private Schools: All in Alphabetical Order

Name

Home
School

PK

Elem

Mid

High

Affiliation

Brazos Montessori

 

 *

 1st

 

 

Montessori

Cambridge Montessori School

 

*

2nd

 

 

Montessori

Christ Church School

 

*

 

 

 

Christian

Cornerstone Christian Academy

 

*

*

*

 

Christian

Darul Arqam School Southwest

 

*

*

*

 

Islamic

Fellowship Christian Academy

 

*

*

*

 

Christian

First Colony Montessori

 

*

 

 

 

Montessori

Fort Bend Christian Academy

 

*

*

*

*

Christian

God’s Rainbow Christian Academy

 

K

*

*

 

Christian

Harmony School of Science

 

*

*

*

 

Public Charter School

Honor Roll School

 

*

*

*

 

 

Honor Roll School II

 

*

*

*

 

 

International Preparatory School

 

*

*

*

 

 

Islamic Education Institute of Houston

 

*

 

 

 

Islamic

Lakeview Montessori

 

*

 

 

 

Montessori

Logos Preparatory Academy

*

*

*

*

*

Christian

Montessori Greatwood

 

*

 

 

 

Montessori

Park Point Montessori

 

*

1st

 

 

Montessori

Progressive High School

 

 

 

 

*

Public

Riverbend Montessori School

 

*

*

 

 

Montessori

Schola

*

 

*

*

*

Christian

Southminster School

 

*

*

*

 

Christian

St Laurence Catholic School

 

*

*

*

 

Christian: Catholic

St Theresa Catholic School

 

*

3rd

 

 

Christian: Catholic

Sugar Creek Baptist Mother’s Day Care Center

 

*

 

 

 

Christian

Sugar Mill Montessori School

 

*

3rd

 

 

Montessori

Technical Education Center

 

 

 

 

*

Public Vocational School

The Walden School

 

*

3rd

 

 

 

 

Sugar Land Private Preschools

Name

Home
School

PK

Elem

Mid

High

Affiliation

Brazos Montessori

 

 1st

 

 

Montessori

Cambridge Montessori School

 

*

2nd

 

 

Montessori

Christ Church School

 

*

 

 

 

Christian

Cornerstone Christian Academy

 

*

*

*

 

Christian

Darul Arqam School Southwest

 

*

*

*

 

Islamic

Fellowship Christian Academy

 

*

*

*

 

Christian

First Colony Montessori

 

*

 

 

 

Montessori

Fort Bend Christian Academy

 

*

*

*

*

Christian

Harmony School of Science

 

*

*

*

 

Public Charter School

Honor Roll School

 

*

*

*

 

 

Honor Roll School II

 

*

*

*

 

 

International Preparatory School

 

*

*

*

 

 

Islamic Education Institute of Houston

 

*

 

 

 

Islamic

Lakeview Montessori

 

*

 

 

 

Montessori

Montessori Greatwood

 

*

 

 

 

Montessori

Park Point Montessori

 

*

1st

 

 

Montessori

Riverbend Montessori School

 

*

*

 

 

Montessori

Southminster School

 

*

*

*

 

Christian

St Laurence Catholic School

 

*

*

*

 

Christian: Catholic

St Theresa Catholic School

 

*

3rd

 

 

Christian: Catholic

Sugar Creek Baptist Mother’s Day Care Center

 

*

 

 

 

Christian

Sugar Mill Montessori School

 

*

3rd

 

 

Montessori

The Walden School

 

*

3rd

 

 

 

 

Sugar Land Private Elementary Schools

Name

Home
School

PK

Elem

Mid

High

Affiliation

Cornerstone Christian Academy

 

*

*

*

 

Christian

Darul Arqam School Southwest

 

*

*

*

 

Islamic

Fellowship Christian Academy

 

*

*

*

 

Christian

Fort Bend Christian Academy

 

*

*

*

*

Christian

God’s Rainbow Christian Academy

 

K

*

*

 

Christian

Harmony School of Science

 

*

*

*

 

Public Charter School

Honor Roll School

 

*

*

*

 

 

Honor Roll School II

 

*

*

*

 

 

International Preparatory School

 

*

*

*

 

 

Riverbend Montessori School

 

*

*

 

 

Montessori

Southminster School

 

*

*

*

 

Christian

St Laurence Catholic School

 

*

*

*

 

Christian: Catholic

 

Sugar Land Private Middle Schools

Name

Home
School

PK

Elem

Mid

High

Affiliation

Cornerstone Christian Academy

 

*

*

*

 

Christian

Darul Arqam School Southwest

 

*

*

*

 

Islamic

Fellowship Christian Academy

 

*

*

*

 

Christian

Fort Bend Christian Academy

 

*

*

*

*

Christian

God’s Rainbow Christian Academy

 

K

*

*

 

Christian

Harmony School of Science

 

*

*

*

 

Public Charter School

Honor Roll School

 

*

*

*

 

 

Honor Roll School II

 

*

*

*

 

 

International Preparatory School

 

*

*

*

 

 

Southminster School

 

*

*

*

 

Christian

St Laurence Catholic School

 

*

*

*

 

Christian: Catholic

 

Sugar Land Private High Schools

Name

Home
School

PK

Elem

Mid

High

Affiliation

Fort Bend Christian Academy

 

*

*

*

*

Christian

Progressive High School

 

 

 

 

*

Public

Technical Education Center

 

 

 

 

*

Public Vocational School

 

Sugar Land Private Montessori Schools

Name

Home
School

PK

Elem

Mid

High

Affiliation

Brazos Montessori

 

 1st

 

 

Montessori

Cambridge Montessori School

 

*

2nd

 

 

Montessori

First Colony Montessori

 

*

 

 

 

Montessori

Lakeview Montessori

 

*

 

 

 

Montessori

Montessori Greatwood

 

*

 

 

 

Montessori

Park Point Montessori

 

*

1st

 

 

Montessori

Riverbend Montessori School

 

*

*

 

 

Montessori

Sugar Mill Montessori School

 

*

3rd

 

 

Montessori

 

Sugar Land Private Christian Schools

Name

Home
School

PK

Elem

Mid

High

Affiliation

Christ Church School

 

*

 

 

 

Christian

Cornerstone Christian Academy

 

*

*

*

 

Christian

Fellowship Christian Academy

 

*

*

*

 

Christian

Fort Bend Christian Academy

 

*

*

*

*

Christian

God’s Rainbow Christian Academy

 

K

*

*

 

Christian

Southminster School

 

*

*

*

 

Christian

St Laurence Catholic School

 

*

*

*

 

Christian: Catholic

St Theresa Catholic School

 

*

3rd

 

 

Christian: Catholic

Sugar Creek Baptist Mother’s Day Care Center

 

*

 

 

 

Christian

 

Sugar Land Private Islamic Schools

Name

Home
School

PK

Elem

Mid

High

Affiliation

Darul Arqam School Southwest

 

*

*

*

 

Islamic

Islamic Education Institute of Houston

 

*

 

 

 

Islamic

 

Sugar Land Private Secular Schools

Name

Home
School

PK

Elem

Mid

High

Affiliation

Harmony School of Science

 

*

*

*

 

Public Charter School

Honor Roll School

 

*

*

*

 

 

Honor Roll School II

 

*

*

*

 

 

International Preparatory School

 

*

*

*

 

 

Progressive High School

 

 

 

 

*

Public

Technical Education Center

 

 

 

 

*

Public Vocational School

The Walden School

 

*

3rd

 

 

 

 

Sugar Land Home School Resources

Name

Home
School

PK

Elem

Mid

High

Affiliation

Classical Conversations * * * * * Christian
Christian Perspective Classes *   * * * Christian
Logos Preparatory Academy * * * * * Christian
Schola *   * * * Christian

 

» Go to Sugar Land Schools

» See a list of  Sugar Land Homes for Sale in Best Schools

 

Sugar Land Activities

Sugar Land Activities

» See Sugar Land Calendar of Events

Sugar Land Activities for the Family

Sugar Land activities–something for everyone! Sugar Land has so many things to do:

And don’t forget about all the Sugar Land activities to be found at the many neighborhood recreation centers and swimming pools, plus the Sugar Land parks and trails.

» Look here for information on the many Sugar Land sports associations.


Sugar Land Activities for Kids

There are lots of activities to keep kids busy in Sugar Land. Here is a list of Sugar Land activities for kids. Most of these places have summer camps. 

Art

Artists’ Alliance of Sugar Land
281-565- 0957

Sugar Land School of Fine Art
832-364-7101

Cheerleading

Apex Cheer
281-240-8833

Cheer Gym
281-232-3320

Gymtex Gymnastics and Cheerleading 
873 Dulles Ave. Ste. C
281-208-9600

Victory Vipers Sports and All-Star Cheerleading 
750 Sartartia
281-240-2437

Dance

Dance Works
281-265-6677

Fort Bend Academy of Dance 
5022 Hwy 90A
281-277-5735

Sugar Land Dance Center 
9920 Hwy. 90A
281-491-7530

Drama

Drama Kids
832-885-4869

Fort Bend Theatre
281-208-3333

Katy Drama Kids
281-829-2287

Spotlight Acting Academy (Katy)
832-217-9864

Fun

Sweet & Sassy
281-240-2060

Sienna Stables
281-778-RIDE (7433)

Golf

Fort Bend Country Club 
Golf lessons for ages 6 and up. 
2627 FM 762, Richmond 
281-342-8368

Greatwood Golf Club 
607 Greatwood Pkwy. 
281-343-9999

Sugar Creek Country Club 
Golf lessons
4200 Country Club Dr.
281-494-9135

Museums

Houston Museum of Natural Science — Sugar Land
713-639-4652

The Health Museum
713-521-1515

Music

Colony Music Studio
281-208-0900

Fort Bend Music Center
281-494-5885

Sports

Fort Bend Family YMCA
281-499-9622

Fort Bend Tae Kwon Do
281-599-3331

Fort Bend Tennis Services
281-980-4219

Fun Fair Positive Soccer
800-828-7529

Gymtex
832-876-9888

Sea Star Swim School and Gymnastics Center
281-403-SWIM (7946)

Soccer Tots
713-429-5312

The Club in New Territory 
1200 Walker School Road
281-565-1070

Victory Camp
281-388-Camp (2267)

Victory Vipers Sports and All-Star Cheerleading 
750 Sartartia
281-240-2437

Summer Camps

Camp Acorn 
713-476-4696

Camp Hope 
281-499-7611

Camp Yahweh, The Parc
281-634-8926

Camp West by FaithWest Academy
281-391-2606

Frontier Camp
936-544-3206

Mad Science
713-663-7623

Sugar Creek Montessori
281-261-1000

Shady Oak Christian School Summer Camps
281-232-2251

The Sugar and Spice Ranch Camp
830-460-8487
781-937-4988

Sugar Land School of Fine Art
832-364-7101

The Goddard School
281-232-5353

Texas A&M Sea Camp
409-740-4525

The Towne Creek School
281-499-8030

Swimming

Fort Bend Family YMCA
281-499-9622

Houston Swim Club 
9920 Hwy. 90A
281-313-7946

Sea Star Swim School and Gymnastics Center
281-403-SWIM (7946)

The Club in New Territory 
1200 Walker School Road
281-565-1070

Toddlers

Bright Scholars Academy
281-980-9744

Gymboree
281-208-4302

iKids Inc.
713-665-5200

Kids R Kids
281-575-0011

Learning Rx
832-886-5878

The Little Gym
281-277-5470

The School for Little Children
281-242-5437

Vacation Bible School

 


Sugar Land Activities for Moms

We all know that Sugar Land has great schools and wonderful neighborhoods. But did you know that Sugar Land offers many Sugar Land mom activities as well?

Here is a list of Sugar Land mom activities.

 

Sugar Land Commute Times

Sugar Land commute times are reasonable, averaging about 25 minutes. The main work hubs of Houston – Downtown, The Galleria and The Texas Medical Center – are in within 25 miles of Sugar Land. Here is a chart with approximate travel times to Houston in standard commuting traffic.

Sugar Land Commute Times (on average)

 

Miles from Sugar Land

Peak Travel Times

Off-Peak Travel Times

Galleria

25 Miles

40-55 minutes

25-35 minutes

Downtown

15 miles

45-65 minutes

35-45 minutes

Medical Center

20 Miles

45-65 minutes

35-40 minutes

 

If you choose to car pool with a colleague or family member, HOV and diamond lanes are available on Route 59 (also called the Southwest Freeway) from Sugar Land to inside Route 610 (locals say, “inside the loop”). In addition to driving, there are various commuting options from Sugar Land, including park and ride services as well as car pools through NuRide and van pools with MetroVan. To learn more about alternative options for commuting, check out Sugar Land’s Transit Services.

    

Real Commute Time Traffic in Houston

Click map to see real commute time traffic in the Houston area. Sugar Land is located on the lower-left (Southwest) side of Houston and the primary Interstate is 59 (aka, Southwest Freeway).

 sugar-land-commute-traffic

»  Also see: The City of  Sugar Land’s “Comprehensive Mobility Plan”

 

 

Sugar Land Police Station

Sugar Land Crime

Sugar Land Crime

Sugar Land crime is lower than the national average for cities of the same size. In fact, Sugar Land has been named one of the safest cities in America and THE safest city in Texas…read the following article…

“Sugar Land Once Again Among Safest in America; This Time, Second in Texas

Sugar Land was recently named America’s 20th Safest City, a distinction based on an analysis of FBI crime statistics. The distinction makes Sugar Land the second safest city in Texas.

Sugar Land, TX – Sugar Land was recently named America’s 20th Safest City, a distinction based on an analysis of FBI crime statistics. The distinction makes Sugar Land the second safest city in Texas.

The national ranking is included in the annual publication of City Crime Rankings 2012-2013: Crime in Metropolitan America, a report published by Washington-based CQ Press to spotlight crime comparisons in U.S. cities and metropolitan areas. The publication’s authors have compiled state and city rankings books for more than two decades.

Sugar Land Police Chief Doug Brinkley credits a strong police presence, community partnerships and a commitment to technology for Sugar Land’s low crime rate.

Several ongoing police initiatives continue to address property crimes, including a partnership with retail districts and neighborhoods to encourage the use of cameras for security purposes. SLPD has also created a task force that focuses exclusively on burglaries, shopper safety and public education.

A departmental focus on technology such as license plate recognition provides officers important crime-fighting tools. Technology also allows officers to more effectively utilize their time to focus on important initiatives. As an example, red light cameras have resulted in a 15 percent reduction in red light violations and allow police officers to focus on other important efforts, such as special teams to focus on burglaries and other areas of emphasis.

According to CQ Press, the incidence of crime is of real concern to millions of Americans, and the rankings help them better understand what is happening in their communities.

The CQ Press rankings of the safest and most dangerous cities and metropolitan areas are calculated using six basic crime categories: murder, rape, robbery, aggravated assault, burglary, and motor vehicle theft. These categories have been used for determining city ratings since 1999. The rankings include all cities of at least 75,000 residents that reported crime data to the FBI in the categories noted.

See also: CQ Press’ Safest Cities

SOURCE:  http://www.sugarlandtx.gov/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=9 on February 6, 2013.

» See also: Sugar Land crime analysis by the police department

» See also: Family Watchdog.

 

demographics

Sugar Land Demographics

Sugar Land Demographics

Sugar Land recently incorporated Greatwood and New Territory and incrased its population to 118,000. Census 2010 figures ranked Sugar Land the state’s 49th largest city in Texas. By race, Sugar Land demographics breakdown is:

  • 44.4% White
  • 35.1% Asian
  • 10.6% Hispanic or Latino
  • 7.3% Black or African American
  • 2.6% Other

Sugar Land is a very diverse city. It consists of multiple master-planned neighborhoods, each containing multiple subdivisions. The best way to determine the Sugar Land demographics for a certain area of Sugar Land, is to check the demographics of the middle school to which it is zoned.

Sugar Land embraces diversity (read article)

To get a feel for the diversity of Sugar Land, see the demographics of its various high schools (below).

 

Austin High School (New Territory, parts of North Sugar Land)

Description: austin-high-school

 

Clements High School (Telfair, Sweetwater, Avalon, Commonwealth, parts of First Colony)

Description: clements-high-school

 

Dulles High School (parts of First Colony, Sugar Lakes, Sugar Creek, Lake Pointe)

Description: dulles-high-school

 

Elkins High School (Riverstone and parts of Missouri City)

Description: elkins-high-school

 

Kempner High School (North Sugar Land including Imperial and Sugar Mill)

Description: kempner-high-school

 

George Bush High School (Mission Bend)

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George Ranch High School (Greatwood)

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Lamar Consolidated High School (River Park and River Park West)

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Ridgepoint High School (Sienna Plantation)

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Sugar Land Flood Zones

Sugar Land flood zones–Sugar Land is located near the Brazos river and has an elevation of 100ft, therefore, flooding is a potential hazard that needs to be understood. There are also many neighborhood lakes (and Oyster Creek) that run through Sugar Land and could serve as potential flood hazards. However, most of the Sugar Land neighborhoods, that could have potential flooding issues, are currently protected with a vast levee system

Whenever you buy a home in Sugar Land you should obtain a recent survey and flood certificate to notify you if the home is in a Sugar Land high-risk flood zone or not. Most homes in Sugar Land do NOT require flood insurance because the flood hazard is considered very small. But if you have concerns, there is national flood insurance available at an extremely low cost ($400/yr) to most home owners.

As a service to all of my buying clients, I always research the FEMA flood maps to ensure that you know which Sugar Land flood zone (if any) a home is located in BEFORE you purchase. View a sample of my House Report.

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sugar land levee mapSource: http://www.sugarlandtx.gov/DocumentCenter/View/9144

There was a major rain event In Sugar Land on Memorial Day 2015 that produced 10 inches of rain in 8 hours. I contacted friends/clients throughout the area to see if anyone experience flooding in their home…none did. The City of Sugar Land has posted a forum with reports from people throughout the city to see what different areas experienced (read details). It appears that drainage ditches, bayous, and lakes got full and the streets flooded but I didn’t find any reports where houses were flooded. Our streets are designed to be lower than the homes and they direct rainfall to the storm drains. If you leave a car parked on a street during a flash flood, it may get flooded, but I have yet heard of areas in Sugar Land where major house flooding has occurred. The levee system here works very well! 


Links and Resources


» Read advice about flooding
» View digital Sugar Land flood map
» Learn more about flood zone definitions

 

What Sugar Land Areas Flooded After Hurricane Harvey?

While flood zones are typically rated as 100-year or 500-year, Hurricane Harvey is being described as a an unprecedented, 1,000 year event (read more)! This means that homes that flooded during that once-in-a-life time weather event may never flood again. So let’s keep our wits about us. Investors (who are keeping their wits about them) are flocking to the area to buy homes that others won’t consider…because they know that a home that flooded during Harvey is not an indication of future flooding.  In fact, less than 1 percent of Sugar Land homes were flooded during Hurricane Harvey…so don’t let what you see on t.v. give you the wrong impression…most of the homes in Sugar Land TX do not flood on a regular basis and did not flood even during this HISTORIC hurricane.

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Source: http://www.businessinsider.com/hurricane-harvey-2017-rainfall-map-2017-8

 

In Sugar Land there were approximately 230 homes in Fort Bend County LID #2 (map shown below) that flooded and 17 homes outside of LIDs. Knowing that LID #2 covers approximately 9,000 homes in First Colony, that means that only 2.5% of homes there flooded during this once-in-a-lifetime, historical rain event.

 

Sugar Land areas impacted by Hurricane Harvey:

 

 

Riverstone 

Hurricane Harvey affected a few homes the Riverstone Development. All the homes that are affected are in Levee Improvement District 19. The subdivision of Millwood at Riverstone had widespread flooding during Harvey and the residents have filed a lawsuit. So did the street of Falling Briar Lane in Riverstone. Other subdivisions in Riverstone that had a few flooded homes (but not widespread flooding!) include: Sweetbriar, The Orchard, Lost Creek and Shadow Glen…all of which are close to the Brazos river (see map below). 

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Sienna Plantation

According to reports, only about 65 of Sienna Plantation’s 7,700 houses flooded…less than 1 percent. It is difficult to determine exactly where the flooding occurred but it seems to be on the West side, closest to the Brazos River in Sienna Village of Waters Lake, and on the Southeast side in Sienna Point (new section).

>> See Hurricane Harvey event analysis in Sienna Plantation and Hurricane Harvey Event Analysis p. 10.

 

Summary

Again…not all the homes in these neighborhoods flooded! The water got high and some of the roads were flooded for a few days, but this was an unprecedented weather event which is very unlikely to ever occur again.

With that in mind, I will say that it will be very important for home buyers to watch out for repaired homes and to make sure they have been repaired properly. And I will also say that there are areas in Houston that are prone to flooding, year after year, and you need to have a local Realtor who knows how to check the flood maps and filter out those areas from your search…like me!

And finally, as a resident of the Gulf Coast, you should know that hundreds of homes in the Houston area that are not in high-risk flood zones and had never flooded before during any other flood or hurricane event, did flood during Harvey. So that means…you never know for sure and you had better carry Flood Insurance on your home at all times! In my opinion, a $400/yr flood insurance policy is worth the peace of mind you have from knowing you won’t be financially devastated if a storm sits on top of your neighborhood and drops 50 inches of rain! I don’t know of any areas in the country that can handle that much water…do you?

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Sugar Land Golf Courses

There are many Sugar Land golf courses and more in the surrounding area:

  • Sweetwater Country Club
  • Sugar Creek Country Club
  • Greatwood Pubic Course
  • Houstonian Golf & Country Club (aka Shadow Hawk)
  • Pecan Grove Country Club
  • Fort Bend Country Club
  • Quail Valley

» View a list of Sugar Land golf course homes for sale

Sweetwater

“Designed by architect Roger Packard, Sweetwater opened its first 9 holes in late 1982. Host to the LPGA Hall of Fame Golf Classic in July 1984 & 85.

Sweetwater Country Club now lives on as a formidable test in golf for the firmly established family community culture of Sugar Land. Two courses (Pecan & Cypress) continue to offer a diverse challenge to golfers of all levels. On Pecan, players will experience lengthy holes of relatively open play, susceptible to ever present Texas winds and at a turn begin winding through majestic pecan groves with the tranquility of aged Spanish moss. Those who would rather play a shorter test are constantly challenged by the emphasis of position over length to avoid the water hazards, strategic bunkers and uneven lies of the Cypress course.”

–Source: Sweetwater Country Club

 

Sugar Creek

 “Sugar Creek Country Club’s 27 hole golf course features a traditional layout and is one of the best in the Houston area. Established in 1972, this course puts a premium on shot placement off the tees. There are opportunities for long hitters to cut off yardage but not without the risk of posting a big number. Sugar Creek Country Club is a true shot makers course with a good mix of bunkered greens and water hazards that will keep every golfer on their toes.”

–Source: Sugar Creek Country Club

 

Greatwood

 The Greatwood Golf Course is a public golf course that opened in 1990 and was voted a Top-25 Best in Texas by the Dallas Morning News and a Top-Rated public course by the Houston Chronicle. It is an 18-hole facility designed by Carlton Gipson and features 6,836 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72 . The course rating is 72.3 and it has a slope rating of 138 on Bermuda grass. 

–View more info: Greatwood Golf Course

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Houstonian/Shadow Hawk

“At the first light of day on October 30, 1999, the Honorable George H. W. Bush, 41st President of the United States, hit a drive straight and true down the middle of the first hole to commence the first round played at Shadow Hawk Golf Club, eighteen holes designed by preeminent architect Rees Jones on two hundred and forty acres of property winding through old Pecan trees and several large lakes. This land in Richmond, Texas, which is approximately twenty-five miles southwest of downtown Houston, was chosen because of its native character. The vision, several years in the making, is a straightforward concept: create and operate a small stand alone private golf club offering a rare golf experience: a peaceful refuge from the city, but still close by, where one can quietly entertain friends, be with family, or just get away to enjoy a more reserved environment than that of a fast paced town. Shadow Hawk’s distinguished membership is capped at 325 total members. Accessibility to the course, even on Saturday mornings, is a given and rounds of four hours are considered too slow by most members even by those who walk with a caddie or carry their own clubs. A service minded staff is at the ready, and the clubhouse space comfortably fits the understated yet elegant feel of the Club. 

Shadow Hawk’s property is an immaculately maintained natural setting. In keeping with the owners’ and Mr. Jones’s mutual respect for the tradition of the game, the course design is a throw-back to old style architecture with small greens slightly elevated and a very well defined presentation of where to play, although many of the challenges are subtle and appreciated more over time after multiple rounds. Along with generous landing areas off the tee and a variety of tee and hole locations, the course has proven to be a very enjoyable member’s course in that it retains a freshness for the repeat player. And, although University of Houston junior Andy Sanders set the course record of 62 strokes in 2000 on his way to picking up one of two berths in sectional qualifying for the USGA’s United States Open Championship at Pebble Beach, the course has held its own as a test for the expert player when it is set up for that challenge. Those tests have come most notably during the three other sectional qualifying events for the U.S. Open Championship held at the club in 2002, 2004, and 2008 as well as during the 2005 U.S. Women’s Mid-Amateur Championship played at Shadow Hawk. The Club was recently selected by the United States Golf Association to host the U.S. Men’s Mid-Amateur Championship in 2011. As Shadow Hawk closes in on ten years of operation, the Club strives to maintain and refine its founding concepts to offer its Members and their Guests a rare golf experience on a daily basis.”

–Source: Houstonian Golf & Country Club

 

Pecan Grove

 “Pecan Grove Plantation features a beautiful 27-hole championship golf course designed by Carlton Gipson. The traditional layout lined with magnificent pecan and oak trees provide three distinct golfing experiences. From novices to the more experienced, Pecan Grove Plantation gives members the opportunity to play a truly challenging yet fair course day after day. Members also have access to a full practice facility and putting green, and our staff of golf professionals directs private lessons, clinics, and tournaments year around. Pecan Grove Plantation test players’ skills in surroundings of unparalleled beauty.”

–Source: Pecan Grove Country Club

 

Fort Bend Country Club

 “The scenic, tree-lined and strategically bunkered 6424 yard, par 71 golf course is a challenge for all levels of skill. Our member-owners have access to the course at all times without making tee times and also have the option of owning their own golf cart. The facilities include a driving range, a short game practice area and a putting green to allow members to improve their skills. 

The Men’s and Women’s Golf Associations are very active with tournaments scheduled throughout the year. In addition, to the Stroke Play Championships, Match Play Championships, Member-Guests and Member-Member Tournaments , there are also fun seasonal scramble for the beginning and occasional golfers. At Fort Bend Country Club we strive to provide an enjoyable golf experience for every level of player.

The golf pro shop houses a full supply of the latest golf equipment and the most fashionable attire for the golfer. Our Class “A” PGA. Golf Professional, Gene Amman, offers not only private lessons, but also provides group lessons and clinics covering all areas of the game. Fort Bend Country Club is the home course for the 2002 and 2003 Texas State Amateur Champion and the Lamar Consolidated High School golf team, the district champions since 1997.”

–Source: Fort Bend Country Club 

 

Quail Valley

“Spread across 400 acres and 36 holes is Quail Valley Golf Course, located in Missouri City, Texas. Our course ranks among the finest in Houston golf, a short drive southwest of the city. Designers intended Quail Valley to be a country club before Missouri City acquired it, enabling the course to offer Houston golf enthusiasts an exclusive feel at an accessible price.

But don’t play and leave. Stick around and enjoy our redesigned Bluebonnet Grille at the 37th Hole, serving our famous seafood and sandwich plates. Unwind with your favorite drink from our bar as you enjoy the Quail Valley atmosphere with your friends. We’d love to show you our amenities at our affordable prices.”

–Source: Quail Valley Golf Course 

 

Sugar Land Master Planned Communities

Sugar Land TX is a unique area that consists mostly of “master planned communities.” We typically refer to these Sugar Land master planned communities as “neighborhoods.” Most neighborhoods are further divided into subdivisions. There are over 200 subdivisions in Sugar Land! Some neighborhoods like New Territory (40+ subdivisions), Greatwood (25+ subdivisions), and First Colony (30+ subdivisions) are divided into many subdivisions. Here’s how this happens…

When a developer decides to create a planned community, it doesn’t develop the entire plot of land all at once. It opens a section or two at a time. Each section typically has 2 to 5 different builders who are building homes within a certain price range. So one subdivision may contain homes in the $200-400K price range, and another may contain homes in the $400-600K price range, and yet another may contain homes $750K and up.

sugar land neighborhoods mapSo within one Sugar Land master planned community you may have home prices from $200K to over $1 million, but they would be subdivided so that you should never see a $200K house next to a $900K house. Also some subdivisions may have different features than surrounding subdivisions such as a water front section, gated section, golf course section, etc.

For the larger Sugar Land master planned communities you will notice that various subdivisions may be zoned to various elementary schools–and maybe even different middle schools and high schools–all within the same neighborhood. So it is very challenging for newcomers to get a handle on where to live!

» See How to choose the right Sugar Land neighborhood for you for help


HOA (Home Owner’s Association) Fees

Another complication is that various subdivisions may have different HOA (home owner’s association) maintenance fees…even within the same neighborhood. This is because various subdivisions may have different amenities and features from surrounding subdivisions. For example, Sweetwater is actually an upscale subdivision in the First Colony planned community, but is treated as if it is its own neighborhood. Some of Sweetwater has a constable service, so their HOA fees are higher (up to $1800/yr) than other First Colony HOA fees to cover that extra service.

Another example is Sugar Creek where, if you live on Country Club Blvd, the HOA maintains your front yard for you, so your annual HOA fee is higher than homes that are not located on Country Club Blvd.

Yet one more example is Telfair where, if you live in a patio home, your yard maintenance is included in the annual HOA fee as well, and will be higher than the typical HOA fee for that neighborhood.

The HOA fees in Sugar Land master planned communities (sometimes referred to as maintenance fees) are annual fees that cover the cost and upkeep of the neighborhood’s shared amenities such as street lights, sidewalks, common areas, park, swimming pool, tennis courts, etc. There are Pro’s and Con’s for having home owner associations but if you want to live in Sugar Land, you might as well resign yourself to the fact that you are probably going to have to deal with one because there are very few parts of Sugar Land that are not covered by an HOA.

First_Colony_Aquatic_CenterHOA fees are typically paid annually and, as specified previously, they can vary from house to house within the same subdivision, so always check with your real estate agent before purchasing a specific home. These fees can change (slightly) from year to year as well. Some HOAs also have transfer fees (applied each time you buy or sell a home that is within an HOA) that may be paid by either the Seller or the Buyer. There can also be compliance inspections and certificates during home sale transactions, depending on the HOA, which is another cost when purchasing or selling a home. These fees are all typically under $200 each (transfer fee is separate from the compliance certificate fee). You need a good real estate agent who can guide you through all of the requirements during a real estate transaction so you don’t end up with a home that hasn’t met its HOA compliance, and then have to (unexpectedly) pay more money to get it up to compliance after you move-in! Inexperienced agents or agents from other areas may not know and understand these complicated HOA requirements.

Sugar Land Parks and Recreation

Sugar Land Parks and Recreation offers plenty of playgrounds, picnic pavilions, fishing lakes, and hiking/biking trails throughout the city. The following is a list of the Sugar Land parks and recreation facilities:

And don’t forget about all the neighborhood parks!

The following are photos of some of the Sugar Land parks and recreation…

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Swimming Pool at City Park

 

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Picnic Pavilions at City Park

 

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Skateboard Park at City Park

 

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Playground at Eldridge Park

 

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Lake at Eldridge Park

 

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Athletic Fields at Eldridge Park

 

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Playground at Memorial Park

 

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Oyster Creek Park

 

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Oyster Creek Park 

 

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Sugar Land Property Taxes

Sugar Land Property Taxes–Unfortunately, property taxes in Texas are among the highest in the country. But before you panic, just remember that we don’t have a state income tax in Texas…so one sort of offsets the other. You can read more about Texas property taxes so you are well-informed. One thing to know…unlike other states, the tax appraised value of your home does not automatically go up or “reset” when you buy a home and there is a 10 percent cap on increases to tax appraised values per year (read more).

Each Sugar Land subdivision (and there are over 200!) has different property tax rates…and they can change from year to year. Subdivisions in our newest neighborhoods, like Telfair and Riverstone, tend to have the highest property tax rates (3.2 to 3.5) and subdivisions in our older neighborhoods, like Sugar Creek or Sugar Mill, tend to have the lowest tax rates (2.2 to 2.8). One thing I like to point out though…our newer homes tend to be much more energy-efficient than our older homes; so you will save money in energy costs when you buy a newer home. That may help partially offset the higher taxes.

There are tax benefits and other benefits in owning your own home (which can make up for the high property taxes). Please read The Benefits of Home Ownership to learn more. 

As a home owner in Texas, your Homestead Tax Exemption is a large exemption to reduce the amount of property taxes you pay. Applying for a Homestead Tax Exemption (info) is a one-time activity in Texas that home owners need to do the first year they buy a home…not something you do every year. The deadline is typically April 30 each year and you can’t apply until you have lived in the house on December 31st. 

Your application must include a copy of your Texas Driver’s License or DPS Identification Card and the address on the driver’s license or identification card MUST be the same as the address on which you are filing an Application for Residence Homestead Exemption (because you can only get this exemption on ONE home you live in).
 
Download the form to fill out and send in. You can get the appraisal district’s name and number here: Fort Bend County Appraisal District
 
If you have questions, please call the Tax Assessor-Collector Office at 281-341-3710.
 
More info…

 

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Why I Love Sugar Land

There are so many benefits to living in the Houston area, and Sugar Land is one of its top suburbs. Why do I think Sugar Land TX is great?…

Culturally Diverse

Sugar Land is a unique suburb in that it has a distinct “cosmopolitan” feel and is very culturally diverse. While about 44 percent of the population is white, the remaining 56 percent is comprised of Asian, Indian, Middle Eastern, Hispanic and African American cultures. And just as important as its diverse demographics, is its fostering of an inclusive and accepting community. In fact, in 2007, Sugar Land was the first city in the nation to be named a Community of Respect® by the Anti-Defamation League (ADL). It has maintained this distinction.

» Read Sugar Land embraces diversity

 

Excellent Schools

Sugar Land schools are known to be excellent. Over half of the 33 elementary schools have a score of 9-10 with Greatschools.org and, likewise, six of the fourteen middle schools score a 9-10 as well. There are eleven high schools serving the area and two score 9s (Clements and Austin) and two score 8s (Dulles and George Ranch). Sugar Land is part of Fort Bend ISD which is an award-winning school district but does not rate as highly as the nearby Katy and Lamar Consolidated ISDs. This is because Fort Bend ISD is much larger than those ISDs and includes many non-Sugar Land schools (like nearby Houston). Almost all Sugar Land schools score 8-10 (the highest scores available) at Greatschools.org.

 

High Quality of Life

With all of these accolades it’s no wonder that Sugar Land has been on the list of numerous best places to live surveys. Some of the most noteworthy include CNN Money Magazines 100 Best Place to Live (2006) in the nation, Forbes’ list of Top Towns to Live Well and Business Week’s best and most affordable suburbs. America’s Promise–The Alliance for Youth name Sugar Land a three-time winner of the nation’s 100 Best Communities for Young People.

 

Quality Homes and Communities

Sugar Land is home to the largest number of master-planned communities in the nation. Every community has quality homes and wonderful subdivisions with swaths of green space and community amenities such as club houses, swimming pools, parks, tennis courts, fishing lakes, and walking trails. For neighborhood details, jump to Sugar Land Neighborhoods.

 

Well-Maintained and Scenic Public Spaces

Because it is entirely master planned, Sugar Land has ample well-designed public spaces, parks, walking- trail systems and tree-lined streets, all of which are held to high scenic standards. Consistently winning awards from Keep Texas Beautiful and the Texas Recreation and Parks Society, Sugar Land also received the inaugural Texas Scenic City “Silver” Certification for achieving the highest level of scenic standards for public roadways and spaces.

 

Low Crime Rate

According to the City of Sugar Land’s website, Sugar Land’s crime rate for 2017 was the lowest on record.

  • Sugar Land’s crime rate decreased 10 percent from 2016 to 2017. The rate is 50.4 percent lower than the state average and 44 percent lower than the national average for 2016.
  • Sugar Land’s violent crime rate decreased 22 percent from 2016 to 2017. The rate is 84 percent lower than the state average and 82 percent lower than the national average for 2016.
  • Sugar Land’s property crime rate decreased 9.5 percent from 2016 to 2017. The rate is 45 percent lower than the state average and 38 percent lower than the national average for 2016.

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Awards

Sugar Land, TX, has won the following awards:

2018

  • Top 50 of the Safest Cities to Retire in America for 2018 – SecurityChoice.com
  • Among the Top 15 Most Entrepreneurial Cities for 2018 – FitSmallBusiness.com
  • Recognized Among the Best 100 Towns in Texas for Starting a Small Business – LendEDU.com
  • Sugar Land ranked in the top 50 most searched cities (Among most popular places in the US to relocate to) – moveBuddha.com
  • Honorable Mention for Brazos River Park – H-GAC Parks and Natural Areas Awards

2017

  • List of the Safest Cities in the U.S., No. 9 in Texas – SafeHome.com
  • Named one of Best Vacation Places to Escape the Winter – Expedia
  • Sugar Land Top-ranked for expected holiday residential retail spending – WalletHub
  • Sugar Land Top-Ranked in the 2017 Digital Cities Survey for cities using technology to improve citizen services, enhance transparency and encourage citizen engagement.
  • Named one of America’s best small markets for business – Global Trade magazine
  • Ranked as one of the most financially secure neighborhoods in all of Texas – LendEDU.com
  • Sugar Land Top-Ranked, Best Places to Raise a Family in Houston – Niche.com
  • 5 Great Places to Live Around Houston – Neighborhoods.com
  • Sugar Land Top-Ranked, 50 Cities With Cheap Rent and Good Jobs for New College Grads – Money Magazine
  • Recognized as Prime Area in the U.S. to Build a Lifelong Dream Home
  • Recognized among “2017 Best Cities for Seniors to Retire”
  • Top New or Renovated Venue, Billboard Magazine (Smart Financial Centre)

>> See more awards at http://www.sugarlandtx.gov/1002/Awards-Recognitions

 


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Extended Stay in Sugar Land

Also known as Temporary Housing or Short-Term Housing

If you need extended stay in Sugar Land or Stafford (which is adjacent to Sugar Land), here are some options. These options frequently change, but this should at least get you started.

Extended Stay America Houston – Sugar Land
13420 Southwest Fwy, #59, Sugar Land, TX 77478
(281) 494-6699


Extended Stay America Houston – Stafford
4726 Sugar Grove Blvd, Stafford, TX
(281) 240-0025


Studio 6 Houston – Stafford/Sugar Land
12827 Southwest Freeway, Stafford, TX, 77477 
(281) 240-6900


Aplus Furnished Homes
2018 Winged Foot Dr Missouri City, TX 77459
Brittany
(281) 416-2700


Executive Living
Carol Gremillion
(281) 494-4945

Sugar Land Shopping

Sugar Land shopping–something for everyone! Sugar Land has all the shopping that you can want:

First Colony Mall offers both indoor and outdoor Sugar Land shopping. The indoor mall is a traditional mall with a Dillard’s , Macy’s, and JC Penney. Of course, it also has other shops that you usually find in a mall, as well as a large food court. It is right down the street from the 24 screen AMC theatre.

The outdoor mall offers Sugar Land shopping in both high-end shops like Ann Taylor, Chico’s, Swarovski, Sephora, as well as restaurants such as The Cheese Cake Factory, Black Walnut Cafe, and Grimaldi’s Pizzeria.

Within walking distance of First Colony Mall is Sugar Land’s Town Square. Built as a square around City Hall, this is a fun collection shops and restaurants as well as Sugar Land’s conference center and Marriott hotel.

There is a lot more shopping all down I59 and Hwy 6. And don’t forget the Houston Galleria is only about 25 minutes away!

For more details on Sugar Land shopping, you may also find the http://www.shopsugarland.com Website extremely useful.

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Sugar Land Utilities

For your convenience, the common providers of Sugar Land utilities are shown below.

Utility Phone Website
Electricity   Your Choice…go to: www.powertochoose.org
Water  281-275-2450 City of Sugar Land
Gas  800-752-8036 CenterPoint Energy
Phone 866-971-9463 Windstream
800-288-2020 ATT
Cable & Internet 800-288-2020 AT&T
800-776-9993 Comcast
Trash 713-726-7307 City of Sugar Land

» You can also check for subdivision-specific information with the City of Sugar Land.

» If you need a contractor or other type of service provider, check out the Remodling & Repairs page.

 

 

 

Sugar Land Video Tour

Sugar Land Videos

If you are relocating to the city of Sugar Land TX, you may want to get a feel for what it’s like to live here. So I have some real videos of Sugar Land, TX, driving around our beautiful city and lovely neighborhoods.

»  Read about Sugar Land neighborhoods


Main Video of Sugar Land, TX

The following is an in-depth video of Sugar Land, TX, which shows schools, parks, hospitals, shopping, libraries, police stations, recreation centers, entertainment, and more!

 

 


Avalon Sugar Land Video

Check out this video drive-through tour of Avalon showing the community clubhouse, pool, tennis courts and more. Click here more information on Avalon, Sugar Land.

 

 


Commonwealth Sugar Land Video

Check out this video drive-through tour of Commonwealth showing the community clubhouse, pool, and more. Click here more information on Commonwealth, Sugar Land.

 

 


Greatwood Sugar Land Video

Check out this video drive-through tour of Greatwood showing the community clubhouse, pools, tennis courts and more. Click here more information on Greatwood, Sugar Land.

 

 


New Territory Sugar Land Video

Check out this video drive-through tour of New Territory showing the community clubhouses, pools, tennis courts, Pecan Park, and more. Click here more information on New Territory, Sugar Land.

 

 


Riverstone Sugar Land Video

Check out this video drive-through tour of Riverstone showing the community clubhouses, pools, tennis courts and more. Click here more information on Riverstone, Sugar Land.

 

 


Sweetwater Sugar Land Video

Check out this drive-through video tour of Sweetwater showing the community country club, pool, tennis courts and more. Click here more information on Sweetwater, Sugar Land.

 

 


Telfair Sugar Land Video

Check out this video drive-through tour of Telfair showing the community clubhouse, pool, tennis courts and more. Click here more information on Telfair, Sugar Land.