Houston-based Johnson Development Corp. is the area’s busiest, with more projects on a recently released list of most active communities than any other developer.
Holiday dinners will benefit from the seasonal produce available at Sienna Plantation’s Community Farmers Market, 1-5 p.m., Sunday, Dec. 18.
Dozens of local vendors will be on hand at the train depot parking lot near the amphitheater, 9600 Scanlan Trace, to inspire holiday chefs with farm-fresh fruits and vegetables, food items, artisanal gift items and more. The event is free and open to the public.
Learn more at www.siennaplantation.com.
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.
Tipler Design and Build has broken ground on a third custom showcase home in the Woodforest neighborhood of Pine Island, a walkable enclave highlighted by classic architecture.
Darling Homes and Village Builders have opened the doors to Grand Central Park’s first new luxury model homes where prospective home buyers can experience the debut of new homes in one of the greater Houston area’s most anticipated master-planned communities.
Grand Central Park’s new model homes, both fully furnished and expertly decorated, are located in the community’s West Village where residents enjoy immediate access onto Loop 336 and I-45. The first sections of new homes also are within a short walk to magnificent, natural settings of parks and open spaces.
Shoppers will find original gifts for everyone on their holiday shopping list at Riverstone’s Holiday Market, 5-9 p.m., Friday, Nov. 18.
The annual gala, located at The Club at Riverstone, 18353 University Boulevard, ushers in the season with dozens of vendors displaying a range of festive items including fall and holiday décor, jewelry, candles clothing, gourmet food and more.
Browse booths overflowing with farm-fresh produce at Sienna Plantation’s first Community Farmers Market, Sunday, Oct. 30.
The master-planned community will host the event in partnership with resident owners of SweetNes Honey, a local supplier of raw honey, at the train depot parking lot near the amphitheater, 9600 Scanlan Trace, from 1-5 p.m. The event is open to the public.