Woodforest will see more than 200 homesites added to the Montgomery County community.
Will Walker / Tall View Productions Woodforest will see more than 200 homesites added to the Montgomery County community.

Beginning now through the end of the year, Johnson Development has plans to release 1,600 homesites in the Houston area. The largest release will be in Jordan Ranch, where 500 homesites will be delivered to Beazer Homes, Chesmar Homes, David Weekley Homes, Highland Homes, J. Patrick Homes, Lennar, Perry Homes, and Westin Homes. Ranging in size from 70- to 40-foot lots, over half of the lots are 50-foot or smaller with many to accommodate townhomes.

“What we have planned in Jordan Ranch is typical of a Johnson community—having a wide variety of homes to accommodate many buyers’ needs,” says Michael Smith, president and CEO of Johnson Development. “It also allows residents to move up or down in a home as their needs change without leaving the community where they have put down roots.”

In a new section of Richmond’s Harvest Green, the 452 homesites of a 630-acre addition will go to builders through November. The builders included are Coventry Homes, D.R. Horton, David Weekley Homes, Highland Homes, Lennar, Newmark Homes, Perry Homes, Tri Pointe Homes, and Westin Homes.

The addition’s first phase will have homesites ranging from 45- to 75-foot and additional community amenities including a planned pool, parks, trails, and green space. “Harvest Green is Houston’s first farm-centric community, and sales have been exceedingly strong there,” Smith says.

Over 200 homesites in Woodforest, with most planned to be ready in November, are being released to builders, which include the last 55-foot homesites and the final townhomes and alley-loaded homesites in the community. In Sienna, 145 45- to 50-foot lots will go to builders Chesmar Homes, Newmark Homes, Perry Homes, and Toll Brothers; larger properties ranging from 65- to 70-foot will go to David Weekley Homes, Shea Homes, Toll Brothers, and Tri Pointe.

Grand Central Park’s 102 homesites will go to builders David Weekley Homes, Drees Custom Homes, Gehan Homes, Highland Homes, and Westin Homes this month. The lots, ranging from 55- to 65-foot, are in the newest section of Grand Central Park, South Village. Located near the 12-acre Deer Lake, its park includes a fishing pier and a pavilion with enhancements coming in 2023.

In the Bay Area community of Webster, Coventry Homes and Highland Homes will receive 86 50-foot homesites in Edgewater, with many having views of Clear Creek. The community’s dog park recently opened, and a lakeside dock and a pollinator garden are in the works.

“We are pleased to be able to bring these homesites to the market. Texas continues to be a sought-after destination, and there’s a need for quality housing—especially in those communities that are nearing closeout,” Smith says. The developer has 19 active communities on 47,500 acres in the Houston, Dallas-Fort Worth, Austin, and Atlanta areas.