PHOTOS: See construction progress in 7 major Cy-Fair residential developments

Ground broke in mid-2018 on KB Homeu2019s 149-lot community Hillsdale Creek off FM 529 near Hwy. 6. With homes starting at $180,000, the neighborhood offers eight floor plans ranging in size from 1,300-2,600 square feet.

Ground broke in mid-2018 on KB Homeu2019s 149-lot community Hillsdale Creek off FM 529 near Hwy. 6. With homes starting at $180,000, the neighborhood offers eight floor plans ranging in size from 1,300-2,600 square feet.





  1. Home construction continues in Bridgeland’s Parkland Village, which will feature 3,200 homes at build-out. Officials with the Howard Hughes Corporation announced plans in June for the traditional neighborhood Parkland Square, where model homes will open this fall.









2. Four new model homes opened in Dellrose earlier this year as construction has moved into the community’s final section, where Lennar Homes and Ashton Woods are building on 50-foot lots.






3. Ground broke in mid-2018 on KB Home’s 149-lot community Hillsdale Creek off FM 529 near Hwy. 6. With homes starting at $180,000, the neighborhood offers eight floor plans ranging in size from 1,300-2,600 square feet.






4. Work is underway south of Hwy. 290 between Mueschke and Mason roads on Dunham Pointe. The master-planned community is slated to have about 1,330 new homes in the next 10 years—the first of which should open in fall 2020—and up to 3,000 homes at build-out.






5. A grand opening was held for Copper Bend June 22, a new master-planned community being built by Caldwell Companies at Spring Cypress and Grant roads that will have 250 homes by Perry Hones and Newmark Homes.






6. Development is nearing completion on Miramesa, where remaining lots were delivered to three builders—Lennar Homes, Meritage Homes and Westin Homes—in 2018. Officials with Land Tejas expect construction to wind down on these lots by the end of 2019.






7. Towne Lake finished work on its newest residential community, The Preserve, earlier this year. Developers plan to open a section called Arbor Grove with 135 homes in early 2020 and the 72-home Marina Bay—which will feature waterfront homes—in early 2021.


By Danica Lloyd

Editor, Cy-Fair

Danica joined Community Impact Newspaper as a reporter in 2016. As editor, she continues to cover local government, education, health care, real estate, development, business and transportation in Cy-Fair. Her experience prior to CI includes studying at the Washington Journalism Center and interning at a startup incubator in D.C., serving as editor-in-chief of Union University's student magazine and online newspaper, reporting for The Jackson Sun and freelancing for other publications in Arkansas and Tennessee.