Bryson in Leander, developer win Texas Association of Builders awards

Home prices in Bryson range from $260,000 to more than $500,000. (Courtesy Bryson)
Home prices in Bryson range from $260,000 to more than $500,000. (Courtesy Bryson)

Home prices in Bryson range from $260,000 to more than $500,000. (Courtesy Bryson)

Bryson—a planned community in Leander—was named the Best Overall Community for 300-599 acres at the 2020 Texas Association of Builders Texas Star Awards on July 23, according to a news release.

Bryson developer Johnson Development won the Texas Star Awards Grand Award for Developer of the Year.


According to the release, the Texas Star Awards recognizes excellence within the state’s homebuilding industry by honoring top developers, builders, remodelers, architects and more.

Johnson Development acquired Bryson, located along 183A Toll, in early 2019.

Home prices in Bryson range from $260,000 to more than $500,000, according to the news release.
By Brian Perdue
Brian Perdue is the editor of the Cedar Park-Leander edition of Community Impact Newspaper. A native of Virginia's Appalachian Mountains, he has been a journalist since 1992, living and working in Virginia, Washington D.C., Hawaii's Big Island, Southern California and Florida before moving to Austin in 2019.


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