June 21st, 2006

Johnny Rockets Restaurant Brings Blast From the Past to Sugar Land Town Square Visitors

SUGAR LAND, TX (June 21, 2006) – Planned Community Developers (PCD) is pleased to announce Johnny Rockets, a 50’s-style diner, will open its third Houston-area location in Sugar Land Town Square (SLTS) this summer. Known for their big burgers and hand-dipped shakes, the restaurant will occupy 3,208 square feet of retail space within the 32-acre town center.

“We are excited to welcome Johnny Rockets to the square,” said Executive Vice President of PCD Steve Ewbank. “I think it will fast become a local favorite because their feel-good Americana atmosphere is unique to that of any restaurant in our area.”

Currently, there are more than 170 Johnny Rockets restaurants located nationally and internationally. Locally, Johnny Rockets boasts diners in Katy and the Woodlands.

Attracted by the town center footfall, Johnny Rockets Franchise Co-owner Rupert Raworth and credited the bustling ambiance of the square and its outdoor events for choosing SLTS as home to his new business.

Tami Pearson of Moody Rambin Interests represented the lessee, Tarrance/ Raworth Enterprises – Sugar Land LLC, in the transaction. Bruce Frankel, director of retail leasing for PCD, represented the lessor, Planned Community Developers.

Additional tenants of Sugar Land Town Square include P.F. Chang’s China Bistro, Bombay/BombayKIDS, Bath Junkie, The Candle House, The Sharper Image, Cafe Express, Annabelle’s, Baker Street Pub & Grill, Ben & Jerry’s, Elizabeth’s Boutique, Eye Trends, Perry’s Steakhouse & Grille, Jos. A. Bank, Vineyard on the Square, Starbucks, An Albert Luiz Salon & Spa, Ben & Jerry’s, Ann Taylor Loft, Houstonian Lite, Jamba Juice, Japaneiro’s Sushi Bistro and Latin Grill and Z Gallerie, Storehouse, New Balance, Fish City Grill, Amici Ristorante, Swoozie’s, Joann’s and J. Hampton.