Harvest Green, a master-planned community in Richmond by Johnson Development, announced the opening of a new neighborhood with homes starting at $1.3 million, according to a Sept. 20 news release.

The details

The neighborhood planned for 90-foot homesites, located at 3400 Harvest Corner Drive, Richmond, is part of the 630-acre expansion of the master-planned community, which was announced in 2021. Other homesites range from 40-75 feet wide.

The Houston-based custom home building company, Partners in Building, will construct 29 homesites ranging from 2,800-6,000 square feet, according to the release. The master-planned community has nine other homebuilders.

What else?

Harvest Green offers several amenities, including:
  • A pool
  • Fitness center
  • Parks
  • Playgrounds
  • Event center
  • Tennis and volleyball courts
  • Lake with docks
  • Dog park
  • A 12-acre communal agricultural space called Village Farm
The development is calling itself an "agri-hood" because it incorporates agricultural elements and a focus on sustainable farming practices as a core part of its community design and lifestyle, according to the developers.

The Village Farm in the “agri-hood” features:
  • Fields
  • A greenhouse
  • Animal homes for goats and chickens
  • Farmers markets and events
  • Department of Agriculture certified organic produce

What parents should know

Harvest Green features on-site schools in the Fort Bend Independent School District, including Neill Elementary School, Bowie Middle School, Travis High School and a new elementary school set to open in 2026.

What’s next?

Home sales for the first phase of the Harvest Green expansion began in late 2022. According to an Oct. 2 sales report from the development, there have been 194 net sales in the expansion in 2023.

More neighborhoods are expected to be introduced in 2024, according to the development.