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Bridgeland To Get Its First H-E-B With Groundbreaking Of Village Green

Howard Hughes broke ground Monday on a 70-acre mixed-use project that will become Village Green at Bridgeland Central.

Groundbreaking of Village Green at Bridgeland Central

Village Green is set within a 925-acre urban district in Bridgeland, a Howard Hughes’ master-planned community northwest of Houston. The project includes a 100K SF H-E-B scheduled to open by the end of the year, according to a news release.

Village Green will also have 28K SF of retail and restaurant space adjacent to Grand Parkway and bound by Bridgeland High School Drive, Bridgeland Creek Parkway and Summit Point Crossing. It is scheduled to be completed in spring 2025. 

“Today marks an important step in Bridgeland Central becoming a dynamic urban district and regional employment hub for all of Northwest Houston,” Jim Carman, president of the Houston region for Howard Hughes, said in a news release.

Rendering of Village Green at Bridgeland Central

Howard Hughes announced Phase 1 of Bridgeland Central in August 2019, when plans included a hotel, cinema and 350K SF of office space.

Village Green’s H-E-B will be the first grocery store in the community. Carman told Houston Business Journal that Howard Hughes had been tracking the community’s growth and staying in contact with H-E-B until the community hit the right size.

More than 17,000 people lived in Bridgeland as of 2022. Plans call for 65,000 residents upon the community’s completion in 2037

Bridgeland Central is also home to One Bridgeland Green, a 49K SF, mass timber office building announced in October 2022 and scheduled for completion this year. Howard Hughes plans to move its Bridgeland development office to the three-story building and open a community welcome office there, HBJ reported. 

Related Topics: Howard Hughes, H-E-B, Bridgeland