A suburban area around Houston, TX that is known for the Imperial Sugar plant (which is now closed) and the sugar grown there. It is also the fastest growing city in Texas.
CNN/Money and Money magazine ranked Sugar Land third on its list of the 100 Best Cities to Live in the United States. Neat, huh?
1. Fort Bend ISD. It has the most ignorant and idiotic staff and administration that really get nothing done and will eventually screw you over.
2. A large asian/indian/white population. Nobody else. Sorry.
3. First Colony Mall. It used to be mediocre, but now that they are remodeling and adding more shops, it's starting to become much nicer. It still does not compare to the Woodlands Mall.
4. Sugar Land Town Center. Contains restaurants, sidewalk cafes, shopping, a Marriott Hotel and conference center, mid-rise offices and (considerably expensive) homes, a public plaza with a fountain (with the dieing horse), and the Sugar Land City Hall. It's kind of like a fake corporate downtown area.
5. Palm Royale. The road with all those HUMONGOUS houses you wish were yours. Owned by celebrities such as Tracy McGrady, Hakeem Olajuwon, and Shaquille O'Neal. (All baseketball players. Lol.)
6. Rich kids. Mostly white, these kids are mostly found crowded around a computer looking at each others drunken pictures on Myspace/Facebook, driving their new BMWs, or spending their parents money at the local mall.
7. Freezing temperatures in the morning and scorching heat in the afternoon. (Note: A freak snowstorm hit us on Christmas Eve 2004. That was pretty awesome.)
8. Highway 6. The main road that goes through Sugar Land. Most of the restaurants, businesses, and shopping can be found down this road. Probably the road you can't go one day without driving down.
9. Old Sugar Land. Can be found on the other side of Highway 90. It contains Sugar Land business park, a lot of the older buildings and homes of Sugar Land, and Imperial Sugar plant.
Also known as The Bubble