This artistic rendering of the Katy Boardwalk District shows the original layout for the project. The project has been delayed three months. COURTESY CITY OF KATY
Progress on the Katy Boardwalk District has been put on hold for three months while planners fine tune the layout of the 111-acre development.
Anas Garfaoui, planning technician with the city of Katy, said developers were given a three month extension to revisit plans for the commercial and residential project located on Kingsland Boulevard directly south of Katy Mills.
“It’s really an extension to allow everyone to figure out the final details,” Garfaoui said. “During this three-month window, it’ll allow us to all get on the same page.”
The Boardwalk District is composed of several different projects, including a nature preserve surrounding an 89-acre lake, a hotel and convention center, luxury loft living communities, a plaza area, mixed-use retail space and a single-family home residential neighborhood. Read More