Harvest Green blossoms Houston's first agrihoodHarvest Green blossoms Houston's first agrihoodhttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=152332016-11-29T06:00:00Z2016-11-30T00:30:00Z

​​​HOUSTON – A new master-planned community is being built—the first agrarian community to the area.

It’s Houston’s first agrihood, a residential community anchored—not by golf courses and water parks of years past—but by a working farm.

Harvest Green is settling on a 1,300-acre parcel, supporting hundreds of acres of corn and cotton, off the Grand Pkwy. and West Airport Blvd. near Cullinan Park. 

Since Harvest Green opened earlier this year, residents have moved into 186 homes. By the end of the year, families are expected to occupy the first 200 homes in the 2,000-home community.

The community will include many natural features, including 280 acres of green space, 230 acres of lakes and waterways, and 50 acres of parks. There will be 87 acres of commercial property located along the Grand Pkwy.

Harvest Green’s first community center—The Promenade—will feature a fitness center, pool, multipurpose space, event lawn, amphiteather, park, playground, offices and splash pad. The 8,000- to 9,000-sf facility is expected to open in 2017.
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