Sitterle Homes Grand Opening in Providence at Riverstone in Houston ~Launches Sitterle Salutes Wounded Warrior Project

Sitterle Salutes Wounded Warrior Project

Sitterle Homes recently introduced its Luxury Garden Home Collection at a VIP reception at Providence at Riverstone in Sugar Land. Providence at Riverstone, Sitterle’s first community in the Houston area, will be followed by Imperial at Sugar Land in early 2014. Riverstone finished with the second biggest gain in new home sales among all others in the Metrostudy top 20, a 113% increase from 2012.

Fluor eats up Houston chemical plant projects, plans future growth by Houston Business Journal

Between now and 2016, Fluor Corp. (NYSE: FLR) very reasonably could grow its Sugar Land campus by 1,000 people if it wins more contracts, according to Richard Meserole, the vice president of construction for Fluor’s energy and chemicals business.

Read more about this article from the Houston Business Journal HERE

Fluor eats up Houston chemical plant projects, plans future growth by Houston Business Journal

Between now and 2016, Fluor Corp. (NYSE: FLR) very reasonably could grow its Sugar Land campus by 1,000 people if it wins more contracts, according to Richard Meserole, the vice president of construction for Fluor’s energy and chemicals business.

Read more about this article from the Houston Business Journal HERE

Pretty in Pink – Town Square by Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital

WHAT: Join us for Pretty in Pink – Town Square, a family-fun charity event to benefit local cancer patients! Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital and the Fort Bend Junior Service League have partnered together with breast surgeons Sandra Templeton, M.D. and Kelly Dempsey, M.D., to hold this event, in which 100 percent of the donated proceeds will stay within the community to assist patients with personal costs associated with all types of cancer.

Johnson Development Shines in Metrostudy Mid-Year Sales Report

A mid-year 2013 report by Metrostudy of the nation's top 20 master-planned communities shows The Johnson Development Corp. with four communities among the nation's top-20 sellers, more than any other developer in the country. Johnson Development's three Fort Bend master-planned communities, Riverstone (#8), Sienna Plantation (#13) and Cross Creek Ranch (#15) joined the Montgomery County master-planned community of Woodforest (#20) among the ranks of the nation's top-20 for new home sales.

The Johnson Development Corp. Wins Grand PRISM Award as Developer of the Year and Eight Additional Awards

The Johnson Development Corp. once again walked away as the big winner at the Greater Houston Builders Association's 2013 PRISM Awards recognizing the industry's top performers in sales, marketing and development.

Johnson Development won nine awards, more than any other developer, including the prestigious Grand PRISM as Developer of the Year. The company also won a PRISM for Humanitarian of the Year for its support of events and causes in its master-planned communities.

The Johnson Development Corp. Wins Grand PRISM Award as Developer of the Year and Eight Additional Awards

The Johnson Development Corp. once again walked away as the big winner at the Greater Houston Builders Association's 2013 PRISM Awards recognizing the industry's top performers in sales, marketing and development.

Johnson Development won nine awards, more than any other developer, including the prestigious Grand PRISM as Developer of the Year. The company also won a PRISM for Humanitarian of the Year for its support of events and causes in its master-planned communities.

Hispanic Heritage Month in Rosenberg

ROSENBERG, TEXAS (October 8, 2013):  Rosenberg Mayor Vincent M. Morales, Jr., recently proclaimed September 15 through October 15, 2013, "National Hispanic Heritage Month in the City of Rosenberg." Mayor Morales presented a proclamation to representatives from the Fort Bend Hispanic Heritage Forum (FBHHF), the Hispanic Business Division of the Central Fort Bend Chamber, and Hispanics Offering People Education (HOPE), at the September 17 City Council Meeting.

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National Merit Names Nine Cooper Seniors As Commended Students by the John Cooper School

THE WOODLANDS – Nine students from the Class of 2014 at The John Cooper School have been named Commended Students in the 2014 National Merit Scholarship Program. Commended Students are recognized for the exceptional academic promise demonstrated by their outstanding performance on the qualifying test. Commended Students from The John Cooper School, pictured in the front row, from left, are Madeline Flanagan, Elyse Norman, Karen Maldonado and Taryn Cheng; back row, from left, are Kendall Anderson, Mackenzie Morris, Amanda Ritter, Jeremy Mani and Christina Nielsen.

SITTERLE HOMES TO BRING HILL COUNTRY-INSPIRED LUXURY GARDEN HOMES TO IMPERIAL SUGAR LAND

SUGAR LAND, TX - Sitterle Homes, one of four home builders selected for Imperial Sugar Land, has announced it will offer its Luxury Garden Home Collection in the master-planned community, a Hill Country-inspired design for active empty nesters and busy young professionals seeking a low-maintenance, yet high-style home.

            “Empty nesters have raised their kids in a home they may have purchased decades ago,” says Steve Von Hofe, Houston division president for Sitterle Homes. “They’re ready for something new.”

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