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Houston town center completes phase one


The first phase of Fairfield Town Center in northwest Houston is nearing completion and should be fully operational by Black Friday, promises owner Washington Prime Group, formerly WP Glimcher.

Already open and operating at the 600,000-sq.-ft. development are HEB, Academy Sports + Outdoors, Chick-fil-A, and McDonalds, among several others. The fully populated center will include Marshalls/Homegoods, Ulta, Chipotle, and Dress Barn.

“The stores that have opened already are reporting very strong sales and traffic,” said Washington Prime Group Senior VP Kevin Sims.

An 11,000-acre master-planned community is currently under construction across the Northwest Freeway from Fairfield Town Center, which is located 25 miles from downtown Houston. That development will boast 20,000 new homes and an estimated 65,000 residents.

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