Ask the Editor: What is a master-planned community?

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Residents of The Woodlands have likely heard the term “master-planned community” hundreds of times, as it the core concept of the area.

Unlike neighborhoods a master-planned community features more than the basic neighborhood park. It includes trails, nature centers, golf courses, retail and other amenities that contribute to the oft-heard live, work and play appeal of the area.

In our Real Estate Edition this month we take a look at where some of the growth is happening regarding new homes in the Greater Houston region, and it should come as no surprise that master-planned communities among the areas with the most new home starts in the area.

Master-planned communities, such as Bridgeland, Harmony and The Woodlands Hills, are expected to add hundreds of homes in the next few years as confidence returns to the construction sector.

For more on real estate trends, advice from experts and data on the local market, be sure to check out our Real Estate Guide starting on Page 35.

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Wendy Cawthon
A Houston native and graduate of St. Edward's University in Austin, Wendy Cawthon has worked as a community journalist covering local government, health care, business and development since 2011. She has worked with Community Impact since 2015 as a reporter and editor and joined The Woodlands edition in 2017.
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