Kings Harbor is a 20 acre mixed-use destination in North Houston which provides the Kingwood / Atascocita market with an upscale development with a true sense of place. Kings Harbor includes a collection of uses—retail, restaurants, boutique office, and residential—all planned as one cohesive development.
Kings Harbor has the unique distinction of being the only commercial development within the market located directly on Lake Houston, featuring captivating architectural design, beautiful walkways and a central community plaza.
Kings Harbor's restaurant and retail options feature a mix of first-time tenants to the Kingwood area, including: Sharky's Waterfront Grill, The Berry Bar, Raffa's Waterfront Grill, Chimichurri's South American Grill, Zammitti's Italian Ristorante, Pretty Little Things, Dapper Darlings, Wine & Design, and BElagree Fitness.
In May 2006, Midway began the retail and office development on the prime tract of land strategically located in the densely populated and affluent Kingwood-Atascocita area. Kings Harbor is a [CR1] 5.8-acre mixed-use development that debuted in 2008, providing the Kingwood area with an upscale, urban development with a sense of community. Kings Harbor's density is 18,000 square foot/acre, including more than 76,000 square feet of retail, entertainment, Class-A office space, a central plaza, plus adjacent luxury residential multifamily units and brownstones.
Visitors to Kings Harbor will be pleased to find that most of the businesses at Kings Harbor are owned and operated by fellow Kingwood residents. This unique mix of local restaurants, retailers and services plays a large role in strengthening the community-focused environment at Kings Harbor.
Kings Harbor has established itself as a great destination for local residents looking for lakefront dining, shopping and unique event opportunities. Through an expanded marketing plan over the years, Kings Harbor is on the map, building awareness in the local market and spreading its scope to encompass a regional audience. Marketing efforts are designed to draw repeat customers, in addition to reaching first-time guests in the greater Atascocita area.