Darling Homes, the first new homebuilder to sign on at Grand Central Park, has introduced plans and pricing for its Signature Patio Collection as the luxury Houston homebuilder begins pre-selling homes in the new master-planned community just minutes north of The Woodlands.
Several one-story plans from 2,300 – 3,000 square feet are available offering homebuyers the opportunity to enjoy luxury lifestyle patio homes on lush, wooded homesites in Grand Central Park’s West Village with immediate access to Loop 336 and I-45.
Master-plannedRiverstone is adding Texas-based Emerald Homes to its extensive line-up of community builders.
The luxury division of DR Horton, Inc., will offer a series of high-end patio homes in the Fort Bend community’s new “Villas at Riverstone” neighborhood.
Design details have yet to be released, but pricing is expected to start in the $390,000s for a 2,450-square-foot home in the 10-acre section along University Boulevard. Homes will have a Sugar Land address.
Texas-brewed ales, stouts and lagers will be on tap at the Woodforest Craft Fest, 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 24, at the Christine Allen Nature Park, 101 Elk Trace Parkway in Woodforest.
Following a busy first half of 2016, master-planned Woodforest continues its expansion with work starting on a new neighborhood, Kingsley.
Kingsley will feature 43 50-foot properties and homes by Gracepoint Homes and Wendell Legacy Homes. The builders are planning a selection of Southern-styled homes in Kingsley, with broad front porches accented by columns reminiscent of Craftsman architecture.
Some of the freshest fruits and vegetables in Texas along with farm-fresh dairy, artisan baked goods, organic cuts of meat and local poultry are coming to Katy’s Cane Island.
The new master-planned community is the first in the Houston area to establish a partnership with Farmhouse Delivery of Austin, an online service that brings the best of a Farmer’s Market to customers by delivering Texas-grown organic and sustainably produced vegetables and fruits.
A local developer has announced plans for Baytown’s first master-planned community of new homes aimed at providing a convenient, minutes-away option for the thousands of workers in the area who experience long daily commutes from other parts of town.
Bordered by the Grand Parkway and FM 2354/Tri City Beach Road, Trinity Oaks spans 190 acres on the shore of Tabbs Bay in Baytown.
Woodforest is again the most active master-planned community in Montgomery County, according to data compiled by housing consulting firm Metrostudy.
Metrostudy recently released its annual list of Houston’s top 25 developments based on the number of houses builders started. Woodforest ranked No. 4 in the Houston area for 2015 with 409 housing starts, nearly 100 more than the next Montgomery County development on the list. This is the second year Woodforest has earned the No. 4 spot.
Woodtrace, the gated Tomball area community by Friendswood Development Company will host the Woodtrace Parade of Homes event that includes 30 new homes open for touring and ready for summer move-in, free family-friendly weekend events beginning July 9 and continuing until July 25.