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The Johnson Development Corporation has released more details about the residential portion of Conroe’s Grand Central Park, a master-planned community built on the former Camp Strake property.
Construction will begin early next year on the first portion of homes in the 2,046 acre community. Luxury patio homes, townhomes and single-family residences will be built on 350 home sites in Grand Central Park West, in the northwest corner of the community. Homebuilders will be announced by the end of the summer.
Those 350 home sites represent the first 6 sections of the more than 500 home sites planned for Grand Central Park’s residential community. New homes with “a decidedly urban architecture” are planned for future neighborhoods, according to Johnson Development’s statement.
Houston based Johnson Development purchased the site, bordered by I-45 and Loop 336 in the city of Conroe, from Sam Houston Area Council Boy Scouts of America for an undisclosed price in November 2013.
Houston Business Journal reported in August that the development would include traditional single-family homes, townhomes, apartment – for sale and rent – office and retail space, as well as space for hotels and conference centers.
Boston based Sasaki Associates, which designed most of The Woodlands and Bridgeland, designed the master plan for the new project. Other architectural firms working on the project were not revealed, and representatives would not say at the time whether a general contractor has been names.
Houston Business Journal was first to report that Fidelis Realty Partners would purchase 112 acres of the 2,046 acre site to develop 750,000 square feet of retail. Houston based Boucher Design Group is the architect, but a general contractor was not yet selected at the time of the announcement.
Article courtesy of Olivia Pulsinelli with Houston Business Journal