KB Home (NYSE: KBH) on Friday announced the grand opening of Champions Landing, its latest collection of single-family new homes in San Antonio.

Located near Loop 1604 and Highway 90, Champions Landing offers easy access to downtown San Antonio and notable area employers such as Lackland Air Force Base and Southwest Research Institute®.

A KB Home in Champions Landing.
Merrick Ales A KB Home in Champions Landing.

At Champions Landing, KB Home will construct 207 one- and two-story new homes in ten distinct floor plans. With up to six bedrooms and three-and-a-half baths and ranging in size from approximately 1,500 to 2,900 square feet, the KB homes at Champions Landing feature dedicated laundry rooms, lofts, fully drywalled two-car garages and luxurious master suites. Pricing begins in the low-$200,000s.

Residents of Champions Landing can enjoy the planned community amenity center with a park and a pool. H-E-B plus!®, Walmart®Supercenter and Alamo Ranch Marketplace offer an abundance of dining and shopping options, and nearby Tom Slick Park features a one-acre dog area, pond, sports fields and picnic areas. Additional family-friendly activities located close to the community include SeaWorld® San Antonio and Six Flags® Fiesta Texas.

“At Champions Landing, buyers have the flexibility to personalize floor plans and build the home of their dreams,” said Rob Wasyliw, president of KB Home’s San Antonio division. “These attractive new KB homes are located in an ideal San Antonio location and give residents the opportunity to enjoy a multitude of urban amenities.”

KB Home will host a grand opening celebration at Champions Landing, Saturday, June 8, 12–3 p.m., during which attendees may tour the two model homes. Refreshments will be provided.

The KB homes at Champions Landing will be built to current ENERGY STAR® certification guidelines and include WaterSense® labeled faucets and fixtures, meaning they are designed to be more energy and water efficient than most typical new and resale homes available in the area. These energy- and water-saving features are estimated to save home buyers between $816 and $1,368 a year in utility costs, depending on floor plan.