Nolina, a new master-planned community in Georgetown, is under construction with a grand opening of seven model homes and the amenity center slated for April 2024.

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The 524-acre development is expected to have 1,341 homes once fully built out. A variety of homebuilders are building in the neighborhood, including Chesmar Homes, Taylor Morrison, Westin Homes and Perry Homes.

While pricing for all of the builders is yet to be determined, Chesmar Homes will start at $400,000, said Michael Cox, president of Johnson Development Services—the community’s developer.

The first phase of the community’s 7-acre amenity center The Wildflower House—which broke ground in August—will include a resort-style pool, a splash pad, a park, a fitness studio, and an outdoor lounge area and fire pit. Cox said there will also be an event and yoga lawn, a food truck area, and nature trails that connect homes to The Wildflower House.

The second phase of the amenity center could include a dog park and a pickleball court. A timeline for the second phase has yet to be determined and is contingent upon home sales.

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Located 8 miles north of the Hwy. 29 and Ronald Reagan Boulevard intersection, Nolina is close to Leander, Liberty Hill and Bar W Marketplace, a retail shopping center anchored by H-E-B. The community will be zoned to Florence and Georgetown ISDs, Cox said.

Also part of the Nolina master plan is 195 build-to-rent homes and roughly 30 acres of commercial retail development, Cox said. Information on potential tenants or a timeline for construction is not yet available.

Homes sales in Nolina are scheduled to begin in early 2024. Nolina is expected to be fully built out in eight to 10 years, according to the developers.