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oer a variety of seafood options, includ- ing fried catsh lets, shrimp and oys- ters; combo specials, including its Loud Pack and Hot Box; and other nonseafood options, including chicken wings, rice and noodles. www.lotus-seafood.com 10 Lazy Dog Restaurant & Bar is eyeing a June opening for its Staord restaurant at 12223 Southwest Freeway, Staord. Designed to feel like a Rocky Mountain Wyoming escape, Lazy Dog’s interior will be complete with lodge-in- spired furnishings, including replaces, ledge stone, a chandelier crafted from Aspen logs and artwork reminiscent of the Cowboy State. An outdoor patio will be built around a cozy repit and lounge area. The restaurant oers a variety of starters, small plates, sandwiches, burg- ers, meat and hot dogs. 281-982-1470. www.lazydogrestaurants.com 11 German Doner Kebab , an interna- tional fast-casual brand oering gourmet kebabs, is coming soon to Sugar Land Town Square. With the help of Harrison, a Dallas-based global design consulting rm, German Doner Kebab USA will bring the Sugar Land restaurant to 2148 Texas Drive, Sugar Land, this summer. In addition to kebabs, GDK oers burgers, quesadillas and wraps along with a variety of sides. www.germandonerkebab.com 12 The Honor Roll School , a private, nonsectarian, co-educational day school in Sugar Land, will soon open a new campus in Missouri City. Located at 20417 University Blvd., Missouri City, in Riverstone, the new campus is slated to open in August and will serve children from 2 years old through kindergarten, the school announced March 22. The
new campus will be located 5 miles from the Sugar Land location and will feature nearly 18,000 square feet, including 13 classrooms, designated areas for ne arts and dance, multiple outdoor playgrounds and eld space, according to the announcement. 281-609-9194. www.thehonorrollschool.com RENOVATIONS 13 Renovations at Constellation Field , the home of the Sugar Land Space Cow- boys Triple A baseball team, were unveiled April 2 at 1 Stadium Dr., Sugar Land. The project involved a complete renovation of the second-level club and suite area, which will now be named the Regions Bank Club, along with renovations to the Constella- tion Field concourse level, which include the addition of the Karbach Cantina, a renovated playground and splash pad area, a team store, an interactive fan area and exclusive group areas. Additional reno- vations include the Kiddie Corral, which serves as the playground area for the park, and a new simulated baseball experience. www.milb.com/sugar-land 14 Senior living community The Avenues of Fort Bend celebrated the completion of renovations to its facility, located at 3505 FM 1092, Missouri City, April 7. The renovations began in March and included updates to the facility’s com- mon areas and dining room. The Avenues of Fort Bend provides assisted living along with memory care for residents living with Alzheimer’s disease and dementia. The center oers daily activities in addition to pet-friendly apartments and outdoor spaces. 281-336-9998. www.civitasse- niorliving.com/the-avenues-of-fort-bend
Park amenities will include a gathering space and entry feature to the Freedom Tree, a vegetated buer, a stage, an area for public art, pergolas and playgrounds.
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FEATURED IMPACT COMING SOON Missouri City City Council approved a contract for design services for 4.94 acres of undeveloped parkland at FreedomTree Park . Following the Civil War, slavery was ocially put to an end in Texas on June 19, 1865 through a proclamation made in Galveston. According to “Historic Fort Bend: An Illustrated History” by Andrea Guy Halat, after the proclamation, slaves at the nearby Palmer Plantation gathered around the tree to learn that they were free, giving the Freedom Tree its name. The Missouri City City Council voted 6-1 during its April 18 meeting to execute a $342,990 design contract with engineering and architectural rm Hal Associates, which has led discussions with the city’s Freedom Tree Committee since 2020 to develop a conceptual design, according to agenda documents. Amenities that will be added to Freedom Tree Park include a gathering space and entry feature to the Freedom Tree, a vegetated buer, a stage, and an area for public art—as well as multiple pergolas and playgrounds. According to Jason Mangum, Missouri City’s director of parks and recreation, the total cost of designing and
implementing the project is $3.16 million. The contract will pay for the initial site investigation and base map preparation, permitting, bidding, geotechnical work and construction observation, according to agenda documents. Additionally, Mangum said city ocials do not foresee any signicant changes to the project’s design. “We’ve done a lot of legwork on this project and involved the community every step of the way. We’re fairly condent we’re not going to have a lot of changes [on] the design,” he said. Construction on Freedom Tree Park is expected to begin in early 2023 and last until early 2024, he said. 281-403-8500. www.missouricitytx.gov
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