Grand Central Park's grand opening attracted more than 2,000 prospective homebuyers.
Years after Boy Scout troops set up their final camp on forested property north of Houston at I-45 and Loop 336, the setting once again was a buzz of activity when more than 2,000 prospective homebuyers came to experience the grand opening of Grand Central Park, Montgomery County’s newest community of homes.
Houston’s Largest Home Tour returns this April in communities throughout Houston. The event features more than 150 models and hundreds of inventory homes. Admission is free and homes are open daily.
Houston’s Largest Home Tour is taking flight, promising an April filled with well-appointed homes, jam-packed events and a bounty of butterflies.
New neighborhoods, new model homes and more than 370 new homes sold last year propelled Cross Creek Ranch to be included among the nation’s 25 topselling master-planned communities as reported by two independent research firms.
Johnson Development Corp. has chosen eight well-known builders to offer the first homes in Veranda, a 590-acre community in Richmond near Williams Way Boulevard and U.S. 59. Pictured is a photo representative of what Coventry Homes will build in the development.
Leading builders are coming to Veranda, the newest project of premier residential developer Johnson Development Corp.
Grand Central Park, Montgomery County’s newest master-planned community, has announced it will add a quaint, nature-inspired gathering place known as Trillium Park within its first phase of new homes.
Named after the perennial flowering plants planned for the new setting, Trillium Park will open this summer with a babbling brook leading to a covered pavilion complete with picnic tables and other sitting areas.