Signorelli Company Announces New East Montgomery County Planned Community
THE WOODLANDS, TX – The Signorelli Company (TSC) is pleased to announce the purchase of new land located near Splendora, Texas. Spanning over 3,000 acres, this planned community is expected to add more than 7,000 single-family homes to East Montgomery County. Located at FM 2090 and Daw Collins Rd., the new development will be 15 minutes from TSC’s Valley Ranch community amenities and 5 minutes from Interstate 69.
The 3,000-acre development is expected to add more than 7,000 homes in northeast Houston
“We are excited to bring our newest planned development to the East Montgomery County area,” said Mike Miller, Signorelli Company Senior Vice President for Land Division. “The community plans to offer a unique lifestyle program to residents, encouraging them to get out with nature. Additionally, we are confident that the master-planned community amenities interspersed with a mix of housing products will attract a variety of home buyers.
TSC is expected to open this planned community in the third quarter of 2022, with the first phase of single-family home sites delivered by the end of 2023. When completed, the community is expected to bring over 7,000 single-family homes, along with over 1 million square feet of multi-family, office, medical, retail and hospitality buildings. The master plan will also include a variety of amenities, including hundreds of acres of open space, numerous parks, miles of winding trails, and various recreation areas. The price of new homes should range between $250 and $700.
A vision for the community is currently underway. For more information on development progress, builder announcements and an official opening date, visit signorellicompany.com.
The Signorelli Company currently builds and develops in the nine counties that make up the greater Houston area. Industry veteran has successfully created planned, mixed-use communities for more than a quarter century, including the award-winning Valley Ranch and Granger Pines in Montgomery County, as well as the recently announced Austin Point in Fort Bend County.