Missouri City

Missouri City Texas - The Show Me City
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1522 Texas Parkway
Missouri City, TX 77489
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In 2008, CNN Money Magazine named Missouri City #56 on its list of best places to live in the U.S.

Missouri City adjoins Sugar Land along U.S. Highway 59, and seamlessly shares Highway 6 just south of Stafford. It also shares close borders with Houston and is considered one of its “burbs.” Beltway 8 and the Fort Bend Parkway have made the city even more accessible to all parts of the Greater Houston area. METRO operates the Missouri City Park and Ride at Beltway 8 to ferry commuters to various areas in Houston.

Like most of Fort Bend County, the city’s 70,000 residents represent an ethnically diverse population. It is unique, offering a planned community setting where zoning ordinances are enforced. This allows commercial establishments to flourish alongside well-kept neighborhoods.

Quail Valley was one of the first subdivisions built in Missouri City. Located off of Highway 6 South and the Fort Bend Toll Road, Quail Valley is home to 3, 000 families. Streets are lined with beautiful, mature trees and scenic waterways, golf courses, and open spaces are found throughout the neighborhood. The eclectic mix of well-priced homes offers an alternative to the cookie-cutter style homes in other area neighborhoods. Wonderful city parks, premier retail and restaurants are close by. The Quail Valley Middle School is the first GT Middle School Academy. For additional information, contact the Quail Valley Fund at 281-499-8371 or visit us at www.quailvalleyfund.org.

Riverstone is a prosperous new master-planned community with well-appointed houses priced from the $250,000’s to over $3 million. The lovely home sites surround 250 acres of lakes and the 500 acres of parks and open space take full advantage of the outstanding natural beauty of the land. Designed for 6,000 houses and 18,000 residents, the 3,700-acre community blends townhomes, luxury patio homes, single-family and custom homes with resort-style amenities.

Sienna Plantation, located off Highway 6, was once a prosperous plantation supplying sugar cane and cotton to the Gulf Coast region. Its rich history is reflected in the fine family homes, the great golf course estates, and the residences now under construction at Brushy Lake.

Named “Best Development in Texas” during the 2008 CNBC Americas Property Awards, Sienna Plantation offers buyers an extensive number of housing choices and pricing options. Miles of walking trails, playgrounds, three pools, Sienna Stables, and lakes for fishing and kayaking are reminiscent of the outdoor life of the original plantation. But state-of-the-art technology has not been overlooked as the development was built with an extensive network of underground cable, and advanced wiring systems are found in every home.

Children living in Missouri City attend schools in the Fort Bend Independent School District. Houston Community College recently built a new campus in Sienna Plantation off Highway 6 and offers excellent educational opportunities for college students of all ages.

The Riverstone Shopping Center, along with several other centers, is a first-rate shopping area along Highway 6, where nationally known retailers, service businesses and restaurants are located. New companies are continuing to develop in this area, the Fort Bend Parkway, and along Beltway 8 in the northern part of the city.

Community Park on Glenn Lakes Boulevard offers a green space complex with little league fields, a disk golf course and pavilions for outdoor entertainment. There’s also Mosely Park, a lovely gathering spot on the banks of Oyster Creek. Numerous other parks provide outdoor amenities to residents throughout the city. The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department stocks the lakes and waterways with game fish and Independence Park has the added feature of a public boat ramp. Buffalo Run Park is Missouri City’s newest green “jewel,” a 95-acre nature park surrounded by large lakes, walking trails, boat piers, and an observatory tower.