The store features Cabela’s new layout designed to offer customers an immersive outdoor experience with wood construction, stonework, dozens of wildlife displays and museum-quality taxidermy mounts, vintage outdoor photos and memorabilia, hand-painted murals. An aquarium, an indoor archery range, an express cafe and other elements will also be included. Cabela’s hired 170 employees for the League City store, and they will host educational seminars and demonstrations throughout the year. This is Cabela’s sixth store in Texas, in addition to its stores in Fort Worth, Buda, Allen, Waco and Lubbock.
In November 2015, Memorial Hermann Health System’s board of directors approved the purchase of 13 acres in Pinnacle Park to build a nearly 47,000-square-foot convenient care centerthe largest of its kind for the Houston-based health system. Construction is expected to begin in the summer (2016) and is scheduled for completion in the summer of 2017.
The convenient care center will be along the south boundary of the development at I-45.
Pinnacle Fund Alliance purchased the Pinnacle Park site in December 2012; more information about this company can be found on their website.
Brockway Realty previously blogged: “League City Announces Plans for Cabela’s in the I-45 Corridor , on 10/27/2014; and Another Major Hospital System Selects League City as Location for New Center , on 12/22/2015.
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