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Watch your back Woodlands; Cypress' Bridgeland adds more housing - Houston Business Journal

More housing is in store for Cypress' Bridgeland community.

(Houston Business Journal) - Remember the name Bridgeland because you are going to hear it again. In fact, some are calling it the next Woodlands.

The Howard Hughes Corp., the company that also developed the Woodlands, will begin development on the next phase of Bridgeland, an 11,400 acre master-planned community in Cypress dissected by the Grand Parkway. Construction begins this month on 1,200 to 1,400 lots over 800 acres, with houses ready for sale in the third quarter this year.

LaVida Massage Opens First Houston-area Wellness Center

LaVida Massage

LaVida Massage of Cypress provides customized massage therapy as an alternative wellness service

CYPRESS, Texas – Jan. 31, 2014  – LaVida Massage, a unique international franchising corporation specializing in health and wellness through therapeutic massage services for the family, has opened its first center in the Houston market, giving local residents flexible options for massage therapy.

THE FARMERS MARKET AT BRIDGELAND FEATURES PRODUCE, PINT-SIZED PIES

Cypress, TX (January 8, 2014) -  Expecting resolution-discerning attendees on the hunt for healthful items, vendors at The Farmers Market at Bridgeland will be selling a plethora of peak-season vegetables, ripe produce, grass-fed meats and free-range eggs, 12:30 – 3:30 p.m. Sunday, January 12.

While Cloud 9 Pies offers products that most calorie-cognizant buyers might typically steer clear of, Susan Crowson, owner of the local baked-goods shop, hopes her unique twist on homemade sweets will keep the market’s crowd interested.

Livable Center Study Grant Awarded to Northwest Houston

Houston, Spring, Klein, Cypress - The Houston Northwest Chamber of Commerce in partnership with the Ponderosa Forest Utility District and the Cypress Creek Parkway Property Owner’s Association are pleased to announce that they have been awarded a $100,000 Livable Center Study Grant for implementation in 2014 by the Houston-Galveston Area Council (H-GAC).  H-GAC is the regional planning authority for the thirteen-county Houston-Galveston region serving over 6 million people. Livable Centers are one strategy to address population growth and the ensuing transportation challenges.

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