Fort Bend County: Fig, Butterfly, Cotton to Harvest GreenFort Bend County: Fig, Butterfly, Cotton to Harvest Greenhttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=17582015-02-12T06:50:00Z2015-02-12T00:00:00Z

FORT BEND COUNTY - Johnson Development Corp. has submitted land plans to the City of Houston for several residential neighborhoods within Harvest Green, a 1,300-acre master-planned community located by the Grand Pkwy. and West Airport Blvd., near Cullinan Park.

Harvest Green is planned for 2,000 home lots as well as 87 acres of commercial space, according to the community's website.

Plat records for subdivisions along Harlem Rd. show plans for dozens of homes on streets named Butterfly Garden Trail, Fig Leaf Lane and Cotton Farms Dr.

As the community and street names suggest, Harvest Green will include many natural features, including 280 acres of green space, 230 acres of lakes and waterways and 50 acres of parks.

Children in Harvest Green will be zoned to James Bowie Middle School and Travis High School within the Fort Bend Independent School District.

The Grand Pkwy. extension has been spurring new development across Houston, particularly in the northwest. Once the project is complete, the expanded transportation corridor will connect Houston's western suburbs of Sugar Land and Katy all the way around to Kingwood.

Houston Business Journal
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