Hillocks of dirt dot the landscape west of T.C. Jester, adjacent to the train tracks near the end of Shirkmere Dr. where Lovett Homes is now elevating some of the 77 lots that’ll make up its new Stanley Park subdivision. Since receiving a commercial fill permit from the city in April, the developer has stacked soil across the site — which lies entirely within White Oak Bayou’s 100-year floodplain and has never before been built on.
Also included in that flood-designated realm: the Timbergrove Manor neighborhood just north of the development. Its southernmost street, Queenswood Ln., had it up to here during Harvey:
Areas where roads will go have been cleared throughout the soon-to-be neighborhood:
A parting glance at one of the site’s flatter portions:
- Previously on Swamplot: At the Southern Tip of Timbergrove Manor, Where the Lines Are Drawn for 78 New Lovett Homes
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