Next month, reports Real Estate Bisnow’s Catie Dixon, construction’s supposed to start on 3 more segments of the Grand Parkway: That’s why F1, F2, and G on the map here are colored in that cautionary yellow. And where G ends? Not coincidentally, adds Dixon, at that future intersection with U.S. 59, planned to be completed by 2015, the 1400-acre master-planned Valley Ranch is getting ready to sprawl out.
Valley Ranch’s north-of-Humble 1400 acres, positioned as well between the under-construction ExxonMobil campus, 11 miles to the northwest, and Kingwood, are planned to include up to 1,000 apartments and 2,000 homes. Those’ll be served, says Dixon, by 150 acres of trails and parks along White Oak Creek.
The drawing above is of the 350-acre Town Center, aimed for where the Grand Parkway will cross U.S. 59. Here, New Caney ISD is proposing building an 8,000-seat sports complex and football stadium, reports Dixon, to go along with the planned 1.4 million square feet of retail space.
The town center, adds Dixon, “will be anchored by a major grocer, soft goods, a 16-screen movie theater, and a variety of big box stores, and it’ll include multifamily.”
- The Grand Parkway Issue [Real Estate Bisnow]
- Valley Ranch [Signorelli Company]
- New Valley Ranch Community underway in Kingwood Market [Signorelli Company]
- Previously on Swamplot: Three More Links in the Grand Parkway Are Now Ready To Roll