Montgomery County community Woodforest begins presales in Russet Peak with luxury homes built by Highland Homes.
Jordan Ranch welcomes first home buyers to Fulshear master-planned community.
The highly-anticipated 55-plus community, Bonterra at Cross Creek Ranch, will open its gates for the first time during its grand opening celebration, Saturday, August 20 & Sunday August 21. Don't miss the celebration if you are planning on moving to Houston.
The League City master-planned community of Tuscan Lakes has added K. Hovnanian Homes where the longtime national homebuilder will add 35 new homes featuring single and two-story plans from the $220s.
The exclusive homebuilder in Tuscan Lakes’ new section of 50-foot homesites, K. Hovnanian also will open a new five-bedroom, 3.5-bath showcase model, the homebuilder’s Monaco II plan, by the end of August. Until then, homebuyers can visit the K. Hovnanian Homes temporary Tuscan Lakes sales office at 2807 Pranzo Lane next to its soon-to-open model.
Master-plannedRiverstone is adding Texas-based Emerald Homes to its extensive line-up of community builders.
The luxury division of DR Horton, Inc., will offer a series of high-end patio homes in the Fort Bend community’s new “Villas at Riverstone” neighborhood.
Design details have yet to be released, but pricing is expected to start in the $390,000s for a 2,450-square-foot home in the 10-acre section along University Boulevard. Homes will have a Sugar Land address.
Texas-brewed ales, stouts and lagers will be on tap at the Woodforest Craft Fest, 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 24, at the Christine Allen Nature Park, 101 Elk Trace Parkway in Woodforest.
Woodforest is again the most active master-planned community in Montgomery County, according to data compiled by housing consulting firm Metrostudy.
Metrostudy recently released its annual list of Houston’s top 25 developments based on the number of houses builders started. Woodforest ranked No. 4 in the Houston area for 2015 with 409 housing starts, nearly 100 more than the next Montgomery County development on the list. This is the second year Woodforest has earned the No. 4 spot.
Riverstone continues to rank as Houston’s most active master-planned community, according to data published by Metrostudy.
The housing consultant firm ranked Houston’s top 25 developments based on the number of houses builders started in 2015. Riverstone started 692 houses last year – 200 more than the No. 2 development. This is the third year in a row that the Fort Bend community has landed the No. 1 spot.
While the creatively crafted scarecrows may only last a few days, the effects of the 2016 Fulshear Scarecrow Festival — returning Saturday, Oct. 15 — could better the lives of people with autism or intellectual disabilities for years.
The popular festival will support Arts Fulshear for a fifth year and a new beneficiary, the Texana Center, a 501c(3) organization whose mission is to change lives every day through treatment for autism, programs for adults with intellectual disabilities and those with behavioral healthcare issues.