David Weekley, the founder and chairman of David Weekley Homes, was recognized on Friday, November 18 by the Texas Association of Builders as the 2016 Honoree for the Texas Housing Hall of Honor.
The Texas Housing Hall of Honor celebrates men and women who have made significant and lasting contributions to the housing industry in Texas. Additionally, the honor recognizes individuals who promote a positive image of the Texas housing industry to the public through increased awareness and education.
Another top Houston homebuilder has rolled out the welcome mat in Grand Central Park, Montgomery County’s newest master-planned community.
Perry Homes has opened a new, luxury model home in the highly anticipated community at I-45 and Loop 336 where it is offering three, four and five-bedroom homes, starting in the $310s, in Grand Central Park’s first phase.
Taylor Morrison’s two Houston divisions made their mark at this year’s Greater Houston Builders Association Houston’s Best PRISM awards, taking home 19 awards while finishing as a finalist in 24 other categories.
A builder with a rich legacy in Dallas-Fort Worth, HistoryMaker Homes, has opened its first model home in the Houston area.
HistoryMaker is making its Houston debut in Wright’s Landing, a Spring community near the Grand Parkway where the builder has 69 homesites. The new model home — HistoryMaker’s Alder design — is now open at 29522 Taliesin Court. Kurt Watzek, who is leading HistoryMaker Homes’ expansion into Houston, says the model represents the best of what HistoryMaker offers.