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Fort Bend County commissioners recently approved a tax abatement agreement revision on 700 acres of land within Fort Bend County Reinvestment Zone No. 23 that will soon become home for the Cutlass Solar project, according to county documents.

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Seeking to stem financial difficulties brought on by the coronavirus pandemic, Texas Instruments might lease the third floor of its Sugar Land facility after reaching a deal with the city to revise a 2014 incentive agreement that would enable the company to do so.

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One of the country’s major international pillow manufacturers has opened its second U.S. manufacturing facility in Sugar Land, the first step in a process that will eventually bring some 150 jobs to Fort Bend County, according to the company.

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Fort Bend County for years has drawn major companies looking to invest in solar projects because of its proximity to Houston’s energy market, its comparative abundance of land and an eager county government seeking to benefit from the growing market.

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Johnson Development has closed on the purchase of a 630-acre parcel of land that will soon be home to more than 1,000 homesites adjacent to the already-burgeoning Harvest Green subdivision in Richmond, according to a news release from the Houston-based home developer.