Easy-access roads are hot commodities during Houston’s surge of development
Houston, TX (PRWEB) June 17, 2014
The 4th largest city in the nation has been busy preparing for exciting development with Exxon’s incoming from all over the world and the anticipated Grand Parkway to help round out Houston’s commute. New construction is visible in nearly every neck of the city, making the real estate market a pure gold mine. In particular, The Falls at Imperial Oaks, a master-planned community in Spring, developed by Holcomb Properties, has built over a hundred new units, and counting, in order to keep up with the demand of the custom home resurgence.
With 135 units under construction, a new access road equipped with its own bridge underway, and new builders erecting more models to choose from, The Falls at Imperial Oaks is like a gust of gold dust for newcomers moving to the Spring area of Houston.
The new road extension of Birnham Woods Drive at The Falls will improve the entrance to the community, especially after the Grand Parkway is finished. There is also a new expansion completed called the Senova Ridge section, which will bring 90 additional lots for Lennar and Ryland Homes. Lennar Homes’ offers the “everything included” experience to Senova Ridge and Ryland Homes, a 2012 Greater Houston Builder’s Association Grand Award Winner, is building 8 impressive floor plans, ranging from 1,669 sq. ft. to more than 2,500 sq. ft., with 3-5 bedrooms.
In addition, The Falls has finished developing Sundance Lakes last year and it serves as the newest private-gated section inside the community. The Estates at Sundance Lakes will be a custom home section atop massive 102' x 150' lots introducing Partners in Building models to the neighborhood. The Estates will feature the first set of lake front homes available in the community, offering residents a flawless water view of the 12-acre private Sundance Lakes with fountains. More on the horizon, The Enclave around the lake will feature patio homes crafted by David Weekley Homes. Newcomer to the Falls, Village Builders, is currently building an elite section called, Serrano Bluff, which is located off of Birnham Woods between Senova Ridge and Holly Creek. Village Builders brings its exclusive Heartland and Provence Collection series, which are not offered in any nearby communities.
“Not only will the new access road at Birnham Woods bring more value to homeowners living in the Falls at Imperial Oaks, but it adds more value to the entire area,” said Jim Holcomb, President of Holcomb Properties.
Other developments in the area include a revamped Wet ‘N Wild water park, new golf courses (like the one Tiger Woods is signed to design), a shorter drive to a whopping number of shopping centers and entertainment venues, plus more medical facilities on the way.
“The growth happening around The Falls at Imperial Oaks is sky-rocketing,” said Brian Jarrad, Director of Land Development at the Falls. “Residents can attest that living at the Falls gives them ample choices for safe, entertaining activities for the whole family.”
Already an award-winner, the master-planned community offers a 4,200 sq. ft. Lake Club, tranquil nature trails, resort-style swimming pools and multiple athletic courts. The recognized schools, from elementary levels at Birnham Woods to college-preparation at Oak Ride High, bring even more worth to the Falls, not to mention residents are surrounded by 150+ shops, restaurants, and art galleries that make up the Old Town Spring area.
Because Houston has become an important hub for new construction and business growth, real estate is stronger than ever. Growing areas, like Spring have become prime real estate for buyers looking to get more for their money. The anticipated 38 miles of Grand Parkway, from Highway 290 to Highway 59and to I-45, plus other existing major thoroughfares are making the burbs a better place to reside.
“Easy-access roads are hot commodities during Houston’s surge of development,” Jim Holcomb added. “Getting home faster will give residents another reason to fall in love with the Falls at Imperial Oaks.”