CONROE - Johnson Development Corp. has revealed information on its plans for the former Camp Strake property purchased in November 2013. Johnson will develop a third of the 2,046-acre property on the southwest corner of I-45 N. and Loop 336. The remaining land will be green space.
The project will include traditional single-family homes, townhomes, apartments — for sale and rent — office and retail space, as well as space for hotels and conference centers. A name for the project has yet to be decided.
Construction will begin on the project’s infrastructure in early 2015. Johnson is working out a contract to sell a portion of the property to Fidelis Realty Partners, which will build a large-scale retail center in the mixed-use development on the 336 Loop.
Johnson purchased the site from Sam Houston Area Council Boy Scouts of America. The Montgomery County Commissioners Court signed off on a tax incentive that will repay Johnson $20 million over ten years as it builds out a large-scale mixed-used development on the site.
Read more at the Houston Business Journal.
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