The Vintage is one of the most exciting master planned, mixed-use developments in Houston’s history. The 630-acre property was acquired from Hewlett-Packard in 2004 and 2005 by V&W Partners, Ltd. a partnership between the Kickerillo Companies and Mischer Investments. Since that time, 84% of its land area has been committed to use inclusive of 380 acres of upscale projects that are now complete or under development. Additionally, 150 acres will ultimately be dedicated to Harris County as a permanent park known as the Kickerillo-Mischer Preserve.
Projects complete or currently under construction include Vintage Park, a 460,000 square feet of retail/office lifestyle center that includes the 112,000 square foot HEB Vintage Market, a 123-room element Hotel by Westin, a St Luke’s Hospital and Kelsey Seybold medical campus, and over 1,600 upscale residences. In addition, Hewlett Packard employs approximately 9,000 people immediately adjacent to The Vintage and Lone Star Community College recently purchased 1.2 million square feet of building space from Hewlett Packard for use as a community college and university center.
The Vintage is Northwest Houston’s premier, 630-acre mixed-use development encompassing residential, retail, business and nature components.
Vintage Park - a 500,000-square-foot lifestyle shopping center developed by The Interfin Companies, featuring 115,000-square-foot HEB Vintage Market
The Vintage Center - a 40,000-square-foot retail center developed by BPI Realty
The Shops at the Vintage - a 39,000-square-foot retail center developed by Hunington Properties
Vintage Lakes - by Kickerillo with homes ranging from $550,000 to more than $2 million
Vintage di Vita - by Cityhomes by Centex with townhomes from $210,000
Vintage Royale - by Newmark Homes and Plantation Homes from $160,000
Vintage Park Apartments - by Sueba offering 324 luxury garden style apartments
San Cierra - by Sueba offering 362 luxury garden style apartments
The Vintage represents an ultimate investment of more than $1 billion at the center of rapidly growing northwest Houston. The development brings much needed quality of life improvements to the area which will continue to attract businesses, residents, shoppers and recreational visitors while offering a gathering place for the community.
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