One of the greater Houston area’s most anticipated master-planned communities has its first new homebuyers.
Shortly after Grand Central Park announced its line-up of new homebuilders, Sally Sangil of Conroe, a Registered Nurse at Conroe Regional Medical Center, signed on the dotted line with Perry Homes. With the hospital located across the street from Grand Central Park, Sangil says she can practically walk to work.
“I first heard about Grand Central Park at one of the hospital’s employee forums,” she says. “That day, I went home and told my kids we’re going to buy a new home. Everything about the community – the nature, the nearby shopping and the beautiful new homes – I can’t wait to move there.”
A Conroe resident since 1989, Sangil will live with her daughter Kim while she attends nursing school at Lone Star Community College.
Another of Grand Central Park’s new homebuyers, Bradley and Melissa Caudle of Conroe, say there were drawn to the community’s unique combination of trails, lakes and green spaces along with nearby shopping and entertainment.
“We’ve been following Grand Central Park ever since it was purchased by Johnson Development,” says Bradley. “When we saw the billboards and announcements, we thought, ‘This is real, it’s something to get in on. When people catch on, it’s going to go fast.’”
The Caudles are the proprietors of Rock ‘N Learn, an award-winning collection of educational DVDs and downloadable videos to boost learning and test scores. Melissa also is a substitute teacher for the Conroe Independent School District.
With model homes opening in the fall, Grand Central Park is expected to draw from the Conroe area. However its homebuilders also report sales from new homebuyers currently living in Richmond and Spring.
“We’re seeing interested homebuyers from across the Houston area,” notes Grand Central Park Director of Marketing Shannon League. “There’s nothing quite like the Grand Central Park experience for those looking for a dynamic, urban approach to living, shopping and dining in a pristine, wooded environment.”
In addition to new luxury homes, Grand Central Park will offer 336 MARKETPLACE, a 700,000 square-foot regional shopping, dining and entertainment destination at the southwest corner of Loop 336 and I-45.
Located at Loop 336 and I-45, Grand Central Park offers new homes by Coventry Homes, Darling Homes, David Weekley Homes, Drees Custom Homes, Jaeger Homes, Perry Homes and Village Builders.
Luxury patio homes, lifestyle townhomes and larger single-family homes in Grand Central Park’s West Village are minutes from The Woodlands, ExxonMobil corporate campus, George Bush Intercontinental Airport and Conroe-North Houston Regional Airport. Also nearby are Conroe Regional Medical Center, Memorial Hermann The Woodlands Hospital, St. Luke’s The Woodlands Hospital and Texas Children’s Health Center – The Woodlands. Houston Methodist Hospital will open in The Woodlands in 2017.
For more information and to download a color-coded map of Grand Central Park’s Phase One homesites, go to www.GrandCentralParkTX.com. While at the website, individuals also can sign up for e-mail updates from the community. Up-to-date information on Grand Central Park also is available at www.Facebook.com/GrandCentralParkTX.
Grand Central Park's first new homebuyer, Sally Sangil (right), a Registered Nurse at Conroe Regional Medical Center, with her daughter Kim