2020 Newcomer Guide + Business Directory - Page 26

WORK NEW IN TOWN League City is a growing center for commercial businesses and offices. Over the last several years, the area has welcomed dozens of new businesses, including restaurants and entertainment venues. League City’s Commercial Growth in 2019 • 392,181 square feet of renovated or newly constructed commercial space • $60,762,414 of estimated taxable value of commercial space Several new eateries have recently opened in League City, each cooking up exciting dining options that attract both residents and out-of-town traffic to spend their dollars in our city. • King’s BierHaus • Black Bear Diner • Red River Cantina • Kabuki Japanese Grill • Fajita Pete’s • La Petit Paris • Rustika Café and Downtown Bakery • Little Bella Mia Coming Soon Gilley’s A 15,000-square-foot restaurant, microbrewery, and nightclub to be located at 1400 Calder Road, the newest location for the famous honky-tonk dance hall featured in “Urban Cowboy.” RiverBend at Clear Creek A 68.76-acre multi-use site along Clear Creek (just east of I-45 and north of F.M. 518) with restaurants, a hotel, and residential units. Around 40% of the property, including wetlands and portions of the creek, will remain undeveloped. Alamo Drafthouse Cinema A popular Austin-based movie theater that serves food and drinks planned for the Victory Lakes Center on the northeast corner of I-45 and 646. Marriott Fairfield Inn & Suites A 112-room hotel expected to be complete in the summer of 2020, featuring an outdoor pool with a swimup bar located on the northwest corner of I-45 and 646. 26 | 2020 League City Regional Chamber of Commerce