3 development updates to watch in The Woodlands: East Shore, Gosling Road and Timberloch Place

1: East Shore Landing (Andrew Christman/Community Impact Newspaper)
1: East Shore Landing (Andrew Christman/Community Impact Newspaper)

1: East Shore Landing (Andrew Christman/Community Impact Newspaper)

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2: Gosling Road shopping center (Andrew Christman/Community Impact Newspaper)
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3: Apartments at Timberloch Place and Six Pines Drive (Andrew Christman/Community Impact Newspaper)
Construction is moving ahead on several projects in The Woodlands area, including a shopping center set to finish work this month and a community in the East Shore area.

1. East Shore Landing homes

Construction is underway on East Shore Landing, a new housing community under development by David Weekley Homes. The gated community began construction on the homes in April and features designs with a New Orleans-style flair, according to David Weekley Homes spokesperson Corinne Giacomarro. Homes will range from 2,200-3,100 square feet.

Timeline: Work began in April

Size: 2,200-3,100 square feet


2. Gosling Road shopping center

A shopping center at 24345 Gosling Road was scheduled to finish construction in June. Patrick Magliaro, a representative with Triad Real Estate Consulting Group, said the 33,000-square-foot center is split between two buildings. Confirmed tenants will include Shipley’s Donuts, Center Court Pizza and Brew, Adom Family Dentistry and Fajita Pete’s.

Timeline: businesses opening in fall

Size: 33,000 square feet

3. Apartments at Timberloch Place, Six Pines Drive

A multifamily complex being developed by Howard Hughes Corp. is anticipating a November completion. The seven-story apartment complex sits on 1.67 acres and will include 163 residences, according to Howard Hughes officials. Pre-leasing is anticipated to begin in October, with move-ins occurring in December.

Timeline: completion in the summer

Size: 1.67-acre site






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