KATY (Covering Katy News) - More than one-thousand acres along Clay and Pitts Roads in Harris and Waller counties will be developed into a master planned community with about 3,000 homes.
Developer Land Tejas purchased the property late last year and plans to deliver the first homesites in 2021. The development is north of I-10 and west of the Grand Parkway and within the Katy Independent School district.
“We envision this as a premier community mirroring the successful home offerings, amenities and forward-thinking features that are trademarks of a Land Tejas community,” Land Tejas COO James Henrie said in a press release.
Land Tejas has developed four Katy-area communities south of I-10, according to its website, but it has none in the Katy area north of the highway.