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Seabrook to get lakeside mixed-use project developer by Highland

Seabrook Green-lights Mixed-Use Project Along Waterfront

The Seabrook City Council has allowed planning to continue on a mixed-use development along NASA Parkway in Seabrook. Houston-based Highland Resources plans to build apartments and more than 8,000 square feet of restaurant and outdoor dining space. The plan is also to refurbish boat slips a few miles east of the Houston Space Center.

Highland’s plans, expected to cost up to $75 million, call for a 13-story, 238-unit apartment building, a one-story 5,200-square-foot restaurant and a 3,150-square-foot outdoor deck that overlooks Clear Lake.

A 10,000-square-foot amenity deck, lake-facing swimming pool and 182,000-square-foot parking garage with space for more than 500 vehicles are in the plans. There will also be a fitness center, gazebos and a pet area. San Francisco-based Gensler will design the project.

Highland also plans to renovate boat slips on the property and either rent them out or allow residents access. Construction could begin as early as the first quarter of 2023.


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