THE WOODLANDS, TX – (July 6, 2009) – In the first half of 2009, seven new homebuilders began building programs in The Woodlands and have contracted to purchase a total of 338 lots, according to Buck Driggers, vice president of residential sales & development for The Woodlands Development Company.
The builders include D.R. Horton, which currently has 112 lots under contract; Partners in Building, 45 lots under contract; Pulte Homes, 42 lots under contract; Beazer Homes, 41 lots; Ryland, 32 lots; Toll Brothers, 49 lots; and J. Patrick Homes, 17 lots. 92 of the lots under contract have closed, and Partners in Building and J. Patrick Homes have already completed model homes.
“We have seen a real uptick in activity, with new homebuilders purchasing lots in the Villages of Creekside Park and Sterling Ridge,” Driggers said. “All of these builders have outstanding product they will be putting on the ground, and are well respected in the industry.”
D.R. Horton will be building in the new 400-acre area of May Valley in the Village of Sterling Ridge. Partners in Building and Toll Brothers are building in the neighborhood of Tupelo Woods in the Village of Creekside Park and in Player Vista in the Village of Sterling Ridge. In the Village of Creekside Park, J. Patrick Homes is offering new homes in the neighborhood of Tupelo Green, Pulte Homes and Beazer Homes are building in the neighborhood of Timarron and Ryland will be building in the neighborhood of Tupelo Glen. The seven new builders will be offering homes priced from the $160’s to more than $1 million.
The Woodlands has one of the widest selections of new homes in the Houston area with 22 regional and national homebuilders and more than 20 independent custom homebuilders. New home prices in The Woodlands range from the $140’s to more than $3 million. To search for new homes online, visit www.thewoodlands.com.
The Woodlands is a 28,000-acre master-planned community located 27 miles north of downtown Houston. It is a project of The Woodlands Development Company, a limited partnership of Morgan Stanley and General Growth Properties, Inc.