HP announces plans for 12-acre campus as Springwoods Village projects advanceDevelopers announced in January that HP Inc. signed a long-term lease to occupy two office buildings near I-45 North and the Grand Parkway in Springwoods Village, while several other projects are expected to open or begin construction in a few months.

The 12-acre HP campus will house approximately 2,400 employees when it opens in 2018, according to Patrinely Group, the developers of CityPlace in Springwoods Village.

CityPlace is a 60-acre mixed-use area under development in the center of Springwoods Village that includes office and retail space.

Construction will begin in a few months on the hotel and the CityPlace 2 office building that will house the American Bureau of Shipping headquarters, said Keith Simon, executive vice president of CDC Houston, the Springwoods Village developer. ABS provides classification services to the marine and offshore industries.

Projects slated to open in 2017 include The Mark at CityPlace, a 268-unit apartment building which was originally slated for a 2016 opening but postponed by weather-related construction delays, and The Market at Springwoods Village shopping center, which will be anchored by a Kroger grocery store.

In the Audubon Grove subdivision,   a single-family home community north of Springwoods Village Parkway developed by Taylor Morrison Homes, three houses and eight lots are still for sale out of the 50 available, marketing manager Sarah Starr said.

In the Harper Woods development of single-family homes and townhouses south of Springwoods Village Parkway, 24 of the 88 lots have been sold, said Zach Gavos, general manager of the developer, Sullivan Brothers.

“We have seen an increase in traffic since the beginning of the year,” Gavos said. “The upcoming opening of The Market and the announcement of HP coming to Springwoods Village has brought new people to look at the community.”



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