11 neighborhoods with new builds in The Woodlands area

Homes are now open in Stillwater on FM 1488 near The Woodlands.

Homes are now open in Stillwater on FM 1488 near The Woodlands.

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With more people moving to the area every day, residential development is increasing. This guide to new communities is designed to help find new homes in the area that are under construction.

1. The Meadows at Imperial Oaks

Home values: $200,000-$600,000
Square footage: 1,650-4,600
1,200 lots
Builders: Ashton Woods, Coventry Homes, J. Patrick Homes, Plantation Homes
Broke ground: November 2014
Homes available: eight
Schools: Conroe ISD (Birnham Woods Elementary School, Cox Intermediate School, York Junior High School, Oak Ridge High School)
www.themeadowsatimperialoaks.com

2. Falls at Imperial Oaks

Home values: $220,000-$700,000
Square footage: 1,800-4,500
2,200 lots
Builders: David Weekly Homes, Lennar, Partners in Building, Cal Atlantic Homes, Village Builders
Broke ground: 2007
Homes available: 200
Municipal utility districts: MUD No. 115, MUD No. 127
Schools: CISD (Birnham Woods Elementary School, Cox Intermediate School, York Junior High School, Oak Ridge High School)
www.fallsatimperialoaks.com

3. Honeycomb Ridge-The Woodlands

Home values: $900,000+
Square footage: 3,900+
19 lots
Builder: First Stone Homes
Broke ground: 2015
Homes available: three
MUD: MUD No. 36
Schools: CISD (Lamar Elementary School, Wilkerson Intermediate School, Knox Junior High School, The Woodlands College Park High School)
www.honeycombridge.com

4. Stillwater

Home values: $320,000-$1 million
Square footage: 1,731-5,350
380 lots
Builders: Darling Homes, Gracepoint Homes, Jeff Paul, TD Cox Homes, Tommy Bailey Homes
Broke ground: June 2015
Homes available: 23
MUD: MUD No. 138
Schools: CISD (Powell Elementary School, Mitchell Intermediate School, McCullough High School, The Woodlands High School)
www.stillwatertx.com

5. The Woodlands Reserve

Home values: $1.4 million-$2.5 million
Square footage: 4,000-6,000
55 lots
Builder: Frankel Building Group
Broke ground: 2014
Homes available: three
MUD: MUD No. 60
Schools: CISD (Glen Loch Elementary School, Mitchell Intermediate School, McCullough Junior High School, The Woodlands High School)
www.frankelbuildinggroup.com

6. Shadow Creek Reserve

Home values: $998,000-$1.5 million
Square footage: 3,500-5,500
44 lots
Builder: Frankel Building Group
Broke ground: 2015
Homes available: four
MUD: MUD No. 19
Schools: Klein ISD (Metzler Elementary, Hildebrandt Intermediate School, Klein Oak High School)
www.frankelbuildinggroup.com

7. Lakes at Creekside

Home values: $250,000-$600,000
Square footage: 1,800-5,500
750 lots
Builders: David Weekly Homes, M/I Homes, Perry Homes, Trendmaker Homes, Village Builders
Broke ground: mid-2016
Homes available: 23
MUD: North West Harris County MUD No. 1
Schools: Tomball ISD (Timber Creek Elementary School, Creekside Park Junior High, Tomball High School)

8. Bristol Lakes

Home values: $300,000 - $450,000
Square footage: 2,000-4,000
200 lots
Builder: Princeton Classic Homes
Broke ground: 2017
Homes available: 10
MUD: MUD No. 88
Schools: CISD (Birnham Woods Elementary School, Tom Cox Intermediate School ,York Junior High School, Oak Ridge High School)
www.princetonclassichomes.com/communities/bristol-lakes

9. NorthGrove at Spring Creek

Home value: $300,000s-$600,000s
Square footage: 2,000-6,000
Lots: 850
Builders: Chesmar Homes, M/I Homes, Perry Homes, Toll Brothers
Broke ground: 2016
Homes available: 10
Schools: Magnolia ISD  (Smith Elementary School, Bear Branch Junior High School, Magnolia High School)
www.northgrovetx.com

10. May Valley

Home values: $286,000-$375,273
Square footage: 1,725-2,800
120 lots
Builders: Beazer Homes, Chesmar Homes, Westin Homes
Broke ground: 2016
Homes available: 16
MUD: MUD No. 386, MUD No. 46
Schools: MISD (Smith Elementary School, Bear Branch Junior High School, Magnolia High School)

11. Boulevard Green at Vision Park

Home values: $479,000+
Square footage: 2,243-3,100
92 lots
Builder: Pelican Builders
Broke ground: 2015
Homes available: 70
Schools: CISD (Lamar Elementary School, Knox Junior High School, College Park High School)
www.pelicanbuilders.com


MOST RECENT

Pressed and Peloton opened in Market Street in September. (Ally Bolender/Community Impact Newspaper)
2 new stores now open in Market Street

Pressed Juicery and Peloton opened at Market Street, located at 9595 Six Pines Drive, The Woodlands, in September. 

Gordy Bunch, right, chair of The Woodlands Township board of directors, and representatives from the consulting group Raftelis presented information at an incorporation forum in The Woodlands on Sept. 23. (Andrew Christman/Community Impact Newspaper)
Incorporation updates: Hundreds attend informational forum in The Woodlands; local chamber votes to oppose

As The Woodlands Township moves toward the Nov. 2 date of an incorporation election, local dialogue on the matter continued on several fronts on Sept. 23-24.

Chicking Out serves five different marinated grilled chicken options as well as gorditas, chile rellenos, and bean and cheese burritos. (Courtesy Chicking Out)
Chicken restaurant Chicking Out now open on Gosling Road

Chicking Out serves five different marinated grilled chicken options as well as gorditas, chile rellenos, and bean and cheese burritos.

METRONext is the agency’s $3.5 billion bond approved by voters in November 2019, which aims to ease traffic congestion, add expansion to the METRO, and make accessibility and safety upgrades.
(Shawn Arrajj/Community Impact Newspaper)
METRO Board approves $1.3 billion budget, discusses METRONext projects

The METRO board of directors met Sept. 21 to give an overview of the drafted budget as well as to receive public comments. It was unanimously approved at the Sept. 23 board meeting.

Montgomery County Food Bank volunteers take donations. (Courtesy Montgomery County Food Bank)
Montgomery County Food Bank receives grant following February's winter storm

After the freeze put a strain on food bank operations, the United Way of Greater Houston awarded a grant worth over $116,000 to the Montgomery County Food Bank.

The Texas Secretary of State's office has launched an audit of 2020 election results in four of Texas’ largest counties: Harris, Dallas, Tarrant and Collin. (Courtesy Fotolia)
Texas Secretary of State's office announces audit of 2020 election results in Dallas, Collin, Tarrant and Harris counties

In a statement released Sept. 23, the office said it anticipates the state Legislature will fund the process.

Kyle City Council voted 6-1 and approved the new citywide trail master plan that will utilize 2020 bond election funds for trails that will help connect Austin to San Antonio. (Courtesy Pexels)
CI Nation roundup: Perfect Game coming to Cedar Park; Kyle City Council approves trail master plan to connect Austin to San Antonio and more top stories

Take a look at the top five trending stories across all of Community Impact Newspaper’s coverage areas as of Sept. 24.

Big League Dreams will reopen in December with updated turf, seating, nets, fencing, graphics and other upgrades. (Courtesy city of League City)
Big League Dreams to reopen in League City; New Caney ISD officials address student possession of a gun, and more top stories from Greater Houston

Read the most popular business and community news from the past week from the Greater Houston area.

American Threads sells women's clothing, shoes and accessories. (Ally Bolender/Community Impact Newspaper)
American Threads anticipates October opening at The Woodlands Mall

American Threads sells women's clothing, shoes and accessories.

Lone Star College System was awarded funding from Metallica's All Within My Hands Foundation for the third year in a row. (Andrew Christman/Community Impact Newspaper)
Lone Star College System receives funding from Metallica foundation for technical training

Lone Star College System has received around $225,000 over the past three years from the band's nonprofit foundation.

Comcast will award $1 million to small businesses owned by people of color in Fort Bend and Harris counties (Courtesy Fotolia)
Comcast Rise Investment Fund to award small business grants in Harris, Fort Bend counties

Comcast will award $1 million to small businesses owned by people of color in Fort Bend and Harris counties.

Several parents of New Caney ISD students spoke at the district's Sept. 20 board meetings about recent allegations that a student brought a firearm to Porter High School's Sept. 18 homecoming dance. NCISD Superintendent Matt Calvert stressed that no gunshots were fired at the event, and that the district is investigating the allegations. (Wesley Gardner/Community Impact Newspaper)
CI Nation roundup: Round Rock ISD trustees considered for censuring; New Caney ISD addresses allegations of student with gun at campus event and more top stories

Take a look at the top five trending stories across all of Community Impact Newspaper’s coverage areas as of Sept. 23.