Waterway Landing, an upcoming 59-unit townhome development, is slated to begin construction in East Shore in September.

The development is adjacent to the East Shore Clubhouse and will feature a variety of floor and site plans, said Worth Witmer, co-founder of Waterway Builders, the company building and developing the project.

“We’ve been working with The Woodlands since 2013 to secure this site,” he said. “We were looking for the right property, and luckily we were able to land this site which is on the Waterway. There’s been some pent up demand for high-end townhomes there in East Shore.”

A new townhome development, Waterway Landing, is slated to begin construction later this year in East Shore.

A new townhome development, Waterway Landing, is slated to begin construction later this year in East Shore. Abigail Loop

The townhomes will be four stories with 18 units situated along the Waterway. Floor plans range from 2,835 square feet to more than 4,528 square feet.

In addition to proximity to the Waterway, residents will have access to the East Shore Clubhouse and two pocket parks in the community.

“You’ve got a five-minute walk to [The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion] and maybe a 10-minute walk to all the activities in Town Center,” Witmer said.

Twelve units have already been sold in the community.

For more information, visit www.waterway-landing.com.

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