Apartments and more to break ground in Springwoods Village

Star Cinema Grill, a dine-in theater featuring ten theaters, two large auditoriums and an event space, opened in the area in October. (Adriana Rezal/Community Impact)
Star Cinema Grill, a dine-in theater featuring ten theaters, two large auditoriums and an event space, opened in the area in October. (Adriana Rezal/Community Impact)

Star Cinema Grill, a dine-in theater featuring ten theaters, two large auditoriums and an event space, opened in the area in October. (Adriana Rezal/Community Impact)

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Following corporate developments and amenity additions in 2019, Springwoods Village, a 2,000-acre master-planned community located west of I-45 and north of Spring Stuebner Road, is expected to see construction of its third multifamily community, the groundbreaking of a new corporate campus, and dining and retail openings in 2020.

The Canopy at Springwoods Village, a luxury apartment complex, was announced by Springwoods Village officials in mid-December. The development, which is Springwoods Village’s third multifamily community, expects to break ground in January. Slated for completion in the fourth quarter of 2021, it will offer 332 one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments and one- and three-bedroom townhomes.

Warren Wilson, Coventry Development Corp. executive vice president, said unlike most master-planned communities, the Springwoods Village business model focuses on commercial development before residential.

“In most planned communities in Houston, ... there’s a lot of residential [development], which occurs first,” he said. “Our approach has been somewhat different.”

Additionally, new corporate developments in Springwoods Village will include the construction of a 568,000-square-foot Hewlett Packard Enterprise campus, which is expected to break ground in February 2020.


Island Grill has plans to open in CityPlace, the Springwoods Village urban district, in early 2020. Other future tenants of CityPlace include Common Bond Cafe & Bakery and Focus Optical, opening this spring, and Bread Zeppelin and Sushi Rebel, expecting to open in mid-2020.
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