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The Grand At Harvest Green

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  • PRICE: Call Us for Pricing

  • PROPERTY TYPE: Retail Multi Tenant

  • YEAR BUILT: 2022/23

  • Delivery: Two Phases

  • Stories: 1

  • Parking: 260+ spaces 

  • Parking Type: Open

  • LOCATION: Intersection of Harlem and John Sharp Drive (aka Owens Rd)

  • NEARBY COMMUNITIES: Harvest Green, Aliana, and Pecan Grove

  • NEARBY SCHOOLS: Travis High (2,500 students, within walking distance), James C. Neil Elementary School (904 students), and Bowie Middle School (1,224 students) 

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Welcome to the next-generation 7.4-acre mixed-use retail development called The Market Center at Harvest Green. This incredibly unique corner site is an exclusive opportunity for business owners, franchisees, and corporate to seize a position within the most affluent neighborhood of Richmond, Texas. 

*    This premier upcoming market center is on the intersection of Harlem and John Sharp Drive (aka Owens Rd), benefiting from the high road and growing foot traffic.
*    This spectacular location is right at the entrance of the Harvest Green community and across the street from the James Bowie Middle School (1,224 students) and The DUB Sports Zone, providing tenant businesses with outstanding exposure and making it a go-to amenity for nearby residents.
*    Richmond witnessed rapid population growth over the past few years, a trend that will continue with further area development.
*    The Market Center at Harvest Green will draw patrons from some of the nation's top-selling residential developments, including Harvest Green, Aliana, and Pecan Grove communities totaling over 10.000 residences.

*    Tenants will get the added benefit of a growing local population as Harvest Green welcomes 1,400 single-family homes and four multifamily projects.
*    Within a five-mile radius, there is over 200,000 population. In addition, the household income within a 1-mile radius is over $120,000, making the area affluent and ready to welcome thriving new businesses.


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Richmond is located near the center of Fort Bend County. Most of the city is situated on the southwest side of the Brazos River, with a small portion (Richmond Landing) on the northeast side connected by US Highway 90A.

The city of Richmond, Texas, is the seat of Fort Bend County in the U.S. state of Texas within the Houston–Sugar Land–Baytown metropolitan area.


As of the 2000 U.S. Census, the city population was 11,081. Richmond city boundaries are joined on one hand with Sugar Land and with the city of Rosenberg on the other hand.

Even though it is the county seat, thus containing most of the local government offices, it actually is one of the smaller cities in the area. Adjacent Sugar Land is the largest city in the county.

Fort Bend County - According to 2019 census estimates, its population was 811,688 and Texas’s 10th-most populous county.

In 2015, Fort Bend County became Texas wealthiest county, with a median household income of $95,389 and a median family income of $105,944, surpassing Collin and Rockwall Counties since the 2000 census.


Forbes ranked it the fifth-fastest growing county in the United States Richmond is bordered to the southwest by the city of Rosenberg. US 90A leads east 8 miles (13 km) to Sugar Land and west through Rosenberg 19 miles (31 km) to East Bernard.

Downtown Houston is 30 miles (48 km) to the northeast. According to the United States Census Bureau, the city of Richmond has a total area of 4.3 square miles (11.1 km2), of which 3.9 square miles (10.2 km2) are land and 0.35 square miles (0.9 km2), or 8.22%, is covered by water.


Richmond, the county seat of Fort Bend County, whose namesake is Richmond, England, is noteworthy in and of itself. With a civic personality that combines artistic culture with a bit of Texas cowboy, Richmond and its many historic landmarks, are becoming a popular destination for people seeking a pleasant place to live, work, play and learn.

Richmond was settled in 1837 as an outpost along the Brazos River. The city is the home of the beautifully renovated Fort Bend County Courthouse, Fort Bend Museum, Moore Home, Morton Cemetery, as well as the George Ranch Historical Park, Long Acres Ranch Nature Center, and 134 historical landmarks, Richmond, with over 5-miles of Brazos River frontage, offers a unique, historic setting, and is the cultural center of Fort Bend County, one of the fastest-growing counties in the US.

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Come explore why many throughout the Houston region are coming to Richmond to invest, live, work, play, and learn.



  • ƒ Texas State Technical College

  • ƒ George Ranch Historical Park

  • ƒ Fort Bend Museum

  • ƒ Braman Winery & Brewery

  • ƒ Fulbrook Ale Works

  • ƒ Santikos Palladium AVX Entertainment

  • ƒ Messina Hof Harvest Green Winery & Kitchen

  • ƒ Houstonian Golf Club

  • ƒ Dry Creek Social Club


  • Located in the center of Fort Bend County

  • From April 1, 2010, to July 1, 2019, Fort Bend County grew in population by 38.8%, from 584,699 to 811,688, ranking as the 5th fastest growing county in the state°

  • Fort Bend County accounts for over 5% of the greater Houston region’s economy (~$26.7 billion) 

  • Fort Bend County is home to 13,000 businesses generating $40 billion in total sales annually 12,000+ population; expected to more than double in the next decade

  • 30 minutes from Houston’s central business district and Texas Medical Center

  • #17 “Best Zip Codes To Live In The Houston Area” – Niche (2021)

  •  The city is currently undergoing a renaissance due to its strategic location and improved infrastructure

  • Richmond has seen the job market increase by 3.2% over the last year (versus 1.6% in the U.S.)

  •  Job growth over the next 10 years is predicted to be 37.7%; higher than the U.S. average of 33.5% 

  •  The average income of a Richmond resident is $41,913 a year; the U.S. average is $28,555 a year

  •  Median household income of a Richmond resident is $106,408 a year; the U.S. average is $53,482

  •  Oak Bend Medical Center is the largest full-service healthcare facility in Fort Bend County

  •  The Richmond economy produces nearly $2.5 billion per year of value-added goods and services

  • Construction is the largest sector of the Richmond economy, accounting for nearly one-third of the economy

  • Gross regional product (GRP) for Fort Bend County accounts for over 5% of the greater Houston region economy (~$26.7 billion)

  • ° Oil and gas is the next largest, at 10% of the GRP

  •  184-mile circuit will be the largest of 3 regional loops in the metro area (estimated completion 2023)

  •  Amazon Fulfillment Center – 850,000 SF on 93.5 acres

  •  Waterview Town Center (subject development) – Over 1 million square feet of retail

  •  Grand Center – 43-acre site along Grand Parkway (Recently purchased to be turned into a retail center)

  •  The Grand at Aliana – 139k SF second phase expansion

  • Synergy at Waterview – 300 residential units





in Richmond

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The City of Houston falls into Harris County, which covers 1,778 square miles, enough space to fit the cities of Austin, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, New York City, and Seattle with room still to spare.

At 665 square miles, the City of Houston is larger than the cities of Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles, New York, Phoenix, and San Diego separately.

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  • Metro Houston, a major corporate center, ranks 4th in the nation in Fortune 500 headquarters and 3rd in Fortune 1000

  •  21 companies on the Forbes Global 2000 list are headquartered in Houston and have a combined total revenue of $422.2 billion.

  •  The Texas Medical Center, which is the world’s largest premier medical center, has an economic impact in excess of $10 billion.

  •  Houston is the base of operations for the international oil and gas exploration and production industry as well as for many of the nation’s largest international engineering & construction firms.

  • As a hub for digital technology with more than 235,000 tech workers, Houston has the 12th largest tech sector in the U.S. (Computing Technology Industry Association).

  •  Houston is home to NASA’s Johnson Space Center (JSC), the focal point of the nation’s manned space flight program

  • HCA Houston HealthcareUT MD Anderson Cancer Center

  •  Memorial Hermann Health System

  •  Houston Methodist

  •  Walmart

  •  ExxonMobil

  • Shell Oil Co.

  • Kroger

  •  H-E-B






Most Population
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Most Population
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Fortune 500
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2402 Harlem Rd. | RICHMOND, TX


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