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Cy-Fair Business January 2018

| January 1, 2018

Harmony Grove will represent the final offering of homes in Lakeland Village.

Harmony Grove will represent the final offering of homes in Lakeland Village.

Homebuilder Set to Unveil Modern Farmhouse Design in Houston

The Howard Hughes Corporation has announced that a new neighborhood featuring Modern Farmhouse and Modern Craftsman townhomes by Beazer Homes is coming to Bridgeland, northwest Houston’s premier master planned community, with the debut of Harmony Grove in early 2018.

Harmony Grove is the final neighborhood to join Bridgeland’s Lakeland Village and will offer a low maintenance lifestyle, architecturally diverse streetscapes and the walkability that many Houston homebuyers crave. The neighborhood will be nestled behind sculpted landscape berms and trees providing a private setting for residents of Harmony Grove. The offering will only consist of 68 home sites.

Beazer Homes’ new Modern Farmhouse design will be the first for the builder in Houston. It will be paired with the builder’s Modern Craftsman design offering a streetscape that will be unique not only to Bridgeland, but to the Houston market.

The homes at Harmony Grove will feature the builder’s Choice Plans at no extra cost. The Choice Plans program allows for homebuyers to choose whether their kitchen and dining areas are the central focus of the main living space, with the great room situated along the rear picture windows of the home, or if a more centrally-located great room is desired, the plan can be reversed. The Choice master suite options allow for different master bath configurations based on the homebuyer’s preferences.

Home exteriors will stay true to the design aesthetic of each architectural style. For example, Modern Farmhouse elevations will include black-framed windows that contrast tastefully with the whites and grays of the exterior elevations. Some homes will include white painted brick and portions of black metal roofs that complement the overall architectural style. Covered patios will also be included.

 

 

(L-R): CFISD Trustees Bob R. Covey (Position 7), Don Ryan (Position 6) and Dr. John Ogletree Jr. (Position 5) take the oath of office after being re-elected.

(L-R): CFISD Trustees Bob R. Covey (Position 7), Don Ryan (Position 6) and Dr. John Ogletree Jr. (Position 5) take the oath of office after being re-elected.

Three CFISD Board Members Sworn In; New Officers Elected

Three members of the Cypress-Fairbanks ISD Board of Trustees who were elected during the Nov. 7 general election were sworn into office during a special-called meeting on Thursday, Dec. 7.

Dr. John Ogletree Jr. was sworn into office for Position 5 and will begin his fifth term. Don Ryan was sworn into office for Position 6 and will begin his sixth term of service. Bob R. Covey was sworn into office for Position 7 and will begin his fourth complete term of service. The three Board members will serve four-year terms that will expire in 2021.

Lisa Shive, notary public and secretary to the superintendent of schools, administered the oath of office to the three trustees.

The Board then reorganized by electing a president, vice president and secretary in accordance with Board Policy BDAA (Local).

Trustees voted for the following Board officers: Ogletree was elected as president; Covey was elected as vice president; and Christine Hartley was elected as secretary.

 

 

The new 2.4-Mile Bridgeland Creek Parkway offers quick access between Grand Parkway and Fry Road.

The new 2.4-Mile Bridgeland Creek Parkway offers quick access between Grand Parkway and Fry Road.

New Thoroughfare Opens Connecting Cypress To The Grand Parkway

The Howard Hughes Corporation has announced that Bridgeland has officially opened the Bridgeland Creek Parkway, offering Cypress residents a faster, more convenient route to the Grand Parkway.

The new parkway offers a new visibility for the community along the Grand Parkway and allows for residents of both Bridgeland and Cypress to easily reach the parkway along the connected 2.4-mile roadway. The project was an immense undertaking for the area, requiring five separate construction contracts, more than 87,000 square yards of concrete and more than 1,400 days of construction to complete.

“The parkway represents a new connected chapter for Bridgeland,” said Heath Melton, vice president of Master Planned Commun­ities. “With the introduction of Bridgeland Creek Parkway, our community now offers an arterial access point for all residents and creates a greater sense of connectivity, providing easier access to our amenities, walking paths and greenbelts.”

 

 

Parkland Village welcomes its first residents.

Parkland Village welcomes its first residents.

Bridgeland Welcomes First Resident to Parkland Village

The Howard Hughes Corporation has announced that the first resident, Rosemary Gray, has moved into Parkland Village at Bridgeland, northwest Houston’s premier master planned community.

Gray moved into her new Lennar home in early November. She selected the Travertine II floor plan and shares the home with her
son and his three Chihuahuas. She said the park-like atmosphere of the community greatly influenced her decision.

“We’ve lived in master planned communities before, but we really like the park atmosphere,” she said. Gray’s new home sits right across from a lake, and Gray said she enjoys walking the community’s nature trails and basking in the beauty of the trees.

Gray and her family will also be the first residents honored at Parkland 100 at Settlers Park, where it was announced that a total of 100 trees will be planted with special plaques honoring each of the first 100 families to call Parkland Village their new home.

Homebuilders announced for Parkland Village include Beazer Homes, Chesmar Homes, Coventry Homes, Darling Homes, David Weekley Homes, Highland Homes, Lennar, M/I Homes, Newmark Homes, Perry Homes, Ravenna Homes,  Taylor Morrison, Trendmaker Homes, Village Builders and Westin Homes.

Based on the overall concept of living within a park, Parkland Village continues Bridgeland’s theme of sustainable development and draws from both the Prairie School style of architecture and urban land planning. The new village will carry forward Bridge­land’s focus on community and neighborhood connections, maintaining the overall theme of locating a park no more than a quarter-mile from every home in the community.

Parkland Village is the second of four planned villages at Bridgeland. For more information, visit Bridgeland.com.

 


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