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DETAILS

LocationSpring, Texas United States
ClientToll Brothers, Inc.
Size691 acres

This new master-planned community challenges conventional thinking by preserving wetland areas and open space while achieving an optimal mix of housing products and amenities. A robust local economy has elevated demand for both commercial space and single-family housing. The master plan for Woodson’s Reserve targets active families and those who enjoy outdoor recreation within the context of a strong community. With frontage along the Grand Parkway and open space and streams leading to the San Jacinto River, the plan’s neighborhoods limn a clear network of boulevards and streets that celebrate the site’s native character and employ a conservation-minded approach to natural resources. A stormwater management strategy considers both the longevity of the new development and the health of surrounding wetlands and waterways.

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