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Posts published in “Day: August 4, 2022

Major new housing project for Crosby

MAP OF NEW INDIAN SPRINGS DEVELOPMENT
Phase I of the new housing development will be built on FM2100 at Indian Shores Road and Stroker Road. It will contain 138 housing sites, as well as amenities such as walking trails and park-like retention area. Lennar Homes is the home builder.

Indian Springs to have 583 homes

300 single-family lots for first phase of new 138-acre development

CROSBY, Texas – July 19, 2022 – Trez Capital announced the closing of a $15.3 million loan to Windy Hill Development, LLC for the development of 300 single-family lots in the first phase of Indian Springs, a new planned community located just outside Houston, in eastern Harris County on Indian Shores Road near the eastern shores of Lake Houston. The four-phase development spans 138 acres and will have approximately 583 homes upon completion.

“With the shortage of single-family homes and lots in Texas, Trez Capital is pleased to provide the financing for Indian Springs, bringing more homes to this rapidly expanding area of Houston,” said John Sullivan, vice president of origination at Trez Capital. “The improvement and expansion of FM 2100 has opened up the east side of Lake Houston to new development. Indian Springs with its heavily wooded surroundings and accessibility to Lake Houston, creates a family-friendly environment at a price point that welcomes young families.”

“With our family history of real estate and land development in the area dating back nearly 100 years , we are delighted to bring our vision to life alongside our investment partners,” said Rachael Hall, principal of Windy Hill Development. “Indian Springs embodies the spirit of Texas and reinforces our commitment to maintaining our family’s building legacy.”

Baytown Symphony visits Highlands Rotary

Highlands Rotary President Andy Scott, left, welcomes Board Pres. David Levy, Nicki Hirt, Kristine Vermillion of the Chorale Society, and Baytown Symphony Conductor Clarence Frank, Jr. as they presented information to the Rotary Club.

HIGHLANDS – Rotarians heard details of the Baytown Symphony’s upcoming season from Conductor Clarence Frank, Jr. and Board President David Levy at the clubs luncheon two weeks ago.

The first concert of the new season will be Oct. 2 at the Lee College Performing Arts Center, with the theme Dance Music.

The Symphony will next hold the traditional Christmas Concert on Dec. 3 with the RSS Meister singers and the Chorale Society.