Sugar Land Town Square is an award-winning, 32-acre, mixed-use public-private partnership.
Sugar Creek on the Lake is one of the many Class A office space properties in Sugar Land.
Founded as a sugar plantation in the mid 1800s and incorporated in 1959, Sugar Land is located in Fort Bend County, 20 miles southwest of downtown Houston.

Welcome to Sugar Land

Sugar Land means business. The City of Sugar Land is an award-winning community ideally located just southwest of Houston. Sugar Land has achieved its sustainable, strong local economy through an aggressive, focused economic development program that creates new wealth and jobs. As a regional employment center, with nearly 26 million square feet of commercial space, the City is home to high-profile corporations including Minute Maid, UnitedHealthcare, Texas Instruments, Schlumberger, Fluor Corporation, Noble Drilling Services, and Bechtel EO.

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Sugar Land Welcomes Greatwood and New Territory to City Family

On December 12, 2017 at 12:01 a.m., Greatwood and New Territory were annexed by the City of Sugar Land. 

Greatwood and New Territory are premier communities with first-class infrastructure; beautiful parks; carefully planned, well maintained neighborhoods; and quality retail and commercial areas that are consistent with Sugar Land’s commitment to excellence. These areas will not only enhance the quality and beauty of the city, but have grown the city to approximately 117,869 residents.

Based on the collaborative efforts between the city and leaders of both communities, the annexation was a seamless transition. The city is committed to providing full services on day one and welcomes Greatwood and New Territory residents to the Sugar Land family. 

Featured properties

Over 63,000 SF of contiguous, Class A office space available at Sugar Creek 1. Outstanding access and visibility from the Southwest Freeway at the intersection of U.S. Highway 90A along with extensive landscaping of the project’s mass of green space provide a serene and welcoming atmosphere for employees and visiting clients. The​​ property enjoys tremendous accessibility to and from the rest of the Houston MSA as well as a close proximity to the numerous master-planned residential communities in the area, including First Colony, Telfair, Greatwood and New Territory.

News

  • 1/25/2017 12:00:00 AM

    City of Sugar Land Welcomes ABM, a Fortune 500 Company, to Sugar Land’s Corporate Community
    Sugar Land, TX - The Sugar Land Development Corporation recently approved an agreement with ABM as the Company relocates its corporate shared services operations to the City of Sugar Land.

    ABM, a Fortune 500 company and a leading provider of facility solutions, has been serving Texas since 1945 and currently has more than 10,000 employees maintaining over 4,500 buildings throughout the state.

    “ABM is excited to join the Sugar Land corporate community,” said ABM Industries Incorporated Chief Financial Officer D. Anthony Scaglione. “The City presented itself as a compelling business environment and a prime residential location. We look forward to our partnership with Sugar Land.”

    ABM will bring approximately 390 jobs to the City of Sugar Land over the next two years as the Company occupies approximately 62,000 square feet within the Sugar Creek on the Lake office building at 14141 Southwest Freeway.

    “Sugar Land is thrilled to welcome another Fortune 500 company to our corporate community,” said City Manager Allen Bogard. “Sugar Land’s pro-business attitude continues to attract businesses, bringing with them high quality jobs. We are proud ABM will call Sugar Land home.”

    An incentive package was created by the City’s Office of Economic Development and approved by the Sugar Land Development Corporation to secure the Company in Sugar Land. The Office of Economic Development worked with the Greater Houston Partnership to relocate the ABM Shared Services divisional headquarters to Sugar Land following a regional search of potential sites.

    “The Greater Houston Partnership greatly applauds ABM's selection of Sugar Land as the hub of its corporate shared services operations,” said Greater Houston Partnership Chief Economic Development Officer Bob Pertierra. “ABM demonstrates a commitment to growing its corporate footprint in an area that offers a vast pool of talented and skilled workers, land for future growth, and superior quality of life assets.”

  • 10/7/2015 12:00:00 AM

    Sugar Land, TX ­– Schlumberger has announced plans to consolidate the company’s U.S. headquarters to the City of Sugar Land as part of its long-term resource management and consolidation strategy.    
    As part of this headquarters-consolidation project, the Fortune Global 500 company will reposition more than 500 jobs to its Sugar Land campus.  The company will also be investing more than $200 million in capital improvements at its existing 200-acre Sugar Land campus along US Highway 90A to accommodate the move.