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Veranda Celebrates Grand Opening with Picnic in the Park May 21st

Celebrating its future with a nod to its past, Veranda will mark its grand opening with an old-fashioned Southern picnic from noon to 4 p.m., Sunday, May 21.

Richmond’s newest master-planned community will serve up Southern food, live music by Hill Country Jane and a variety of picnic games at Wildwood Park Road and Wessendorff Place in Richmond.

Riverstone Gets Cool With Hot Crawfish April 29

Hang loose and party Cajun style during Houston’s Coolest Crawfish Boil on Saturday, April 29, from noon to 4 p.m. in Riverstone.

Heaping platters of spicy crawfish with all the fixings and cool drinks will be served up at The Club at Riverstone, 18353 University Boulevard. In addition, Step Rideau & The Zydeco Outlaws will keep things jumping while kids enjoy face painters, balloon art and other activities. The event is free and open to the public.

Sienna Plantation Ranks Among Houston’s Most Active

Following a year of robust home sales that placed Sienna Plantation among the nation’s top-selling master-planned communities, the Fort Bend development has been ranked No. 4 on a list of the Houston area’s most active residential developments.

Sienna ranked No. 4 on the list, published recently by the Houston Business Journal and based on 2016 construction starts. Builders started 364 homes in Sienna Plantation last year. The community was one of four Johnson Development projects including among the top 10.


Master-planned Riverstone is demonstrating why there is no place like home during its 15th Anniversary Celebration where visitors can tour fully decorated model homes and win the ultimate staycation in October.

During the month-long event, the doors will be open to 19 community model homes, including several priced at more than $1 million. While visiting models, the public can register to win a staycation package that bundles $2,000 worth of personal chef services, $1,000 toward housekeeping, a $500 spa gift certificate and a $1,500 shopping spree.