Cy-Fair ISD Elementary School No. 57

A new two-story elementary school funded by Cy-Fair ISD’s 2019 bond is under construction on a 16.7-acre plot at 21211 Tuckerton Road, Cypress. The yet-to-be-named school was designed by IBI Group and will be built by ICI Construction Inc. The 120,000-square-foot space cost an estimated $32.6 million and is set to open next August.

Prairieland Village

Model homes in the third of four villages in the Bridgeland master-planned community will be under construction this fall, according to officials with the Howard Hughes Corp. About 7,000 homesites are planned for Prairieland Village. Builders include Highland Homes, David Weekley Homes, Chesmar Homes, Perry Homes, Coventry Homes, Westin Homes and Tri Pointe Homes, among others. The 3,000-acre project will open in spring 2022.

Cypress Assistance Ministries

Local nonprofit Cypress Assistance Ministries is nearing the completion of a new facility where all programs will be housed—including the food pantry, the resale store, GED classes, emergency rent and utility assistance, and job readiness counseling. The 20,000-square-foot facility cost an estimated $2.4 million and is opening this fall.

First Metropolitan Church

A new sanctuary is under construction at First Metropolitan Church, 8870 W. Sam Houston Parkway N., Houston, officials said. The congregation has been worshipping in a multipurpose building for about 20 years. The 23,000-square-foot space will cost an estimated $4 million and is expected to open in April.

Arella on Jones

New 55-plus residential project Arella on Jones broke ground in July 2019 at 12840 Jones Road, Houston, and is expected to be completed this fall with 229 units. Amenities include a swimming pool, a dog park, a golf putting green, an outdoor gaming area, a clubhouse, walking paths, two private dining rooms, a bar and lounge area, a theater, a billiard room, a fitness center, a dance floor, an arts and crafts room, a library, a salon, massage rooms, a business center and a medical holding room. The 9.92-acre project cost an estimated $37.6 million and is slated to open in October.