Harvest Green

Record-breaking Sales Sprout New Neighborhoods in Harvest Green

New neighborhoods are sprouting up in Harvest Green as the community prepares to release 254 homesites in response to record-breaking home sales.

The Fort Bend community will release the first 71 homesites in May with an additional 183 to follow in the summer. The new neighborhoods will feature 50-, 60- and 65-foot properties.

The release is in response to a 46 percent increase in Harvest Green home sales this year, with 98 homes sold during the first quarter of 2017.

Harvest Green Answers Quick Sales with New Neighborhoods

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With nearly 65 percent of its Phase One homesites already sold, Harvest Green is adding another 262 available properties in three neighborhoods.

Open now, the three new neighborhoods feature 50-, 55- and 60-foot homesites. Current builders will continue their existing programs within the new enclaves.

Home sales in Harvest Green began less than a year ago.

Harvest Green Turns Red for June 18 ‘La Tomatina Padre’

Tomatoes will be squeezed, tasted, cooked, blended and even tossed during Harvest Green’s inaugural La Tomatina Padre Tomato Festival and Father’s Day Tomato Throw, June 18.

The Fort Bend farm-centric community pays tribute to the fruit’s versatility and launch capacity from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Harvest Green model home park, located at the intersection of Harvest Green and Harlem roads. The event is open to the public.

Harvest Green Invites Public to Memorial Day Cookout

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Harvest Green, Houston’s new farm-centric community, is dishing up the perfect Memorial Day afternoon with a cookout noon to 3 p.m. Monday, May 30.

Open to the public, the event will be held at the community’s model home park. Picnickers can bring their own favorite foods or purchase brisket, ribs, pulled pork and other delectables from Harlem Road Texas BBQ. Families can chill with free Kona Ice snow cones and a DJ will provide music and lead games for fun prizes. Children can enjoy a waterslide and bounce house.

Harvest Green’s First Resident Can’t Wait to Garden with the Grandkids

When Margie McKay first learned of Harvest Green and its plans to become Houston’s first community focused on gardening and fresh produce, she knew it was where she wanted to live.

“I was in the market for something different,” says McKay.  “The idea of growing my own vegetables and living in a community with gardening and farming right outside my back door really appealed to me.”

McKay didn’t waste any time.  She signed a contract for a new home by Plantation Homes and just recently, became Harvest Green’s first resident.

Harvest Green Marks Earth Day with April 22 Market

Harvest Green, Houston’s new farm-centric community, is celebrating Earth Day with music, crafts and opportunities to enjoy the planet’s bounty during an evening farmers market from 4-8 p.m. Friday, April 22.

Live music by The Beyonders, a Houston-based world rock band, will accompany shoppers as they wind their way through booths offering locally grown produce, herbs, baked goods and artisan coffee at the development’s model home park.

First Newmark Homeowners Move into Harvest Green

Citing a desire to live with others who also care about the environment, the first Newmark Homes buyers to move into Harvest Green are excited about their new home in Houston’s first agri-hood.

Noel and Jade Dean had looked at homes for about six months and had even selected another community when they heard about Harvest Green by chance.

Thousands Turn Out for Grand Opening of Fort Bend’s Harvest Green

If the crowds at the grand opening of Fort Bend’s Harvest Green are any indication, Houston’s first master-planned community with an on-site farm, community and backyard gardens is certain to be a rousing success.

Thousands poured into Harvest Green during a sun-splashed weekend when the community made its official debut with the opening of eleven all-new model homes in a charming setting dedicated to farming, education and connecting families to the importance of locally grown fruits and vegetables.

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