Once finished, Creek Rush will accommodate up to 600 homes, according to a press release from Johnson Development Corp., the Houston-based residential and commercial land development company that built Cross Creek Ranch.
Creek Rush will contain a range of living spaces from townhomes to 80-foot homesites with models from builders such as Newmark Homes, Lennar, Partners in Building, Chesmar Homes, Highland Homes, Tri Pointe Homes and Perry Homes, according to the release.
Eight homebuilders offer new homes priced from the $280,000s to more than $1 million in Cross Creek Ranch.
Amenities for this western-most area of Cross Creek Ranch are in their final stages and include pools, a playground, open green space and a 4.1-acre recreation complex.
“Every feature is being thoughtfully designed to engage residents,” said Rob Bamford, the general manager of Cross Creek Ranch, in the release. “This complex will be a wonderful complement to what residents already enjoy in the community.”
Children in this community will attend Lamar CISD. Approximately 15 acres of land have been sold to the district to plot a new elementary school.
In addition, 27 acres along Texas Heritage Parkway and Fulshear Bend Drive have been designated for commercial businesses. Fourteen of those acres have already been sold.
Space: 3,200 acres