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RELOCATIONS 11 Humble Sign Co. is planning to relo- cate to a new building located at 20620 Townsen Blvd. E., Humble, according to a company spokesperson. Construction will begin on the new location this summer, and company leaders said they hope the move will begin in the rst quarter of 2023. Humble Sign Co. is located at 20702 Townsen Blvd. E., Humble. The business designs, fabricates and installs a variety of indoor and outdoor signs for retail stores, restaurants and other businesses. 281-984-5407. www.humblesignco.com 12 Hallmark Mitigation & Construction LLC will be moving to a new oce warehouse with construction tentatively expected to be completed in November, co-owner Terra Hallmark conrmed in May. The business will be moving from its Humble location to the new building located at 18929 Phillip Way, New Caney. The business specializes in disaster restoration contract work, such as re and water damage repair. 832-412-4560. www.hallmark-mc.com 13 Craft barbecue food truck Texas Q BBQ relocated June 6 from its location on Northpark Drive to Alspaugh’s Hardware and Boutique, located at 2720 W. Lake Houston Parkway, Kingwood. The food truck features covered outdoor seating, live music and lawn games. Texas Q BBQ uses premium ingredients with propri-
etary sauces, rubs and spices to craft a number of barbecue staples, including prime black Angus brisket, pulled pork, sausage, beef ribs and turkey breast. 832-731-7075. www.texasq.com ANNIVERSARIES 14 Darst Funeral Home celebrated its 10th anniversary on June 23 with a ribbon cutting for its new chapel. The funeral home is located at 796 Russell Palmer Road, Kingwood, and provides after-death services to family members who have lost a loved one as well as resources to help customers plan ahead. 281-312-5656. www.darstfuneralhome.com NAME CHANGES 15 The Atascocita Fire Department honored John G. Coyle—a longtime board member of Harris County Emergency Services District No. 46—with a building dedication ceremony May 31. Coyle rst joined the Atascocita Volunteer Fire Department in 1986 as a volunteer and eventually became re chief. In 2008, Coyle began serving on the ESD 46 board of commissioners where he remained until his retirement in February. Located at 1501 Rustic Timbers Drive, Humble, the building—formerly known as the Atascoc- ita Fire Department Fleet Maintenance Facility—is now named the J.G. Coyle Fleet Operations Center. 281-852-2181. www.avfd.com
The Signorelli Co. announced a new master-planned community coming to Splendora on June 1.
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FEATURED IMPACT COMING SOON The Signorelli Co. plans to break ground on a new 7,000-home master- planned community in east Montgomery County by the third quarter of this year, according to a June 1 news release. The community will span more than 3,000 acres and will be located at the intersection of FM 2090 and Daw Collins Road near Splendora. According to the news release, the rst wave of single-family homes are planned to open by the end of 2023, and homes in the community are expected to sell for $250,000-$700,000. More than 1 million square feet of land will be devoted to development for multifamily housing and oce space as well as medical, hospitality and retail development, according to the news release. Once completed, the community will also have parks, trails and recreation areas.
“The community is planned to provide a unique lifestyle program for residents, encouraging them to get outside with nature,” Mike Miller, land division senior vice president for The Signorelli Co., said in a statement. “Additionally, we are condent the master-planned community amenities, interspersed within a mix of housing products, will attract a variety of homebuyers.” Other Lake Houston-area projects by The Signorelli Co. include Valley Ranch, a master-planned community located at the intersection of the Grand Parkway and Hwy. 59. www.signorellicompany.com
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