Bridgeland
Development Update

Residential

The Shores
Location : Approximately 2 miles west of Bridgeland's main entrance
Description: The Shores is the first community in Lakeland Village, comprising 10 neighborhoods. Homes range from 50 feet to more than 80 feet in width, priced from the $180,000s - $500,000s.

First Bend
Location: Approximately 1.5 miles west of Bridgeland's main entrance
Description: First Bend is Lakeland Village's second community and is home to six neighborhoods, including the custom home neighborhood of The Reserve. Homes range from $180,000s to more than $1 million.

The Cove
Location: West of The Shore along North Bridgeland Lake Parkway
Description: The third community in Lakeland Village, The Cove comprises six neighborhoods. Bridgeland's fist on-site elementary, opened for the 2013-14 school year, and is located in The Cove.

Water Haven
Location: West of The Cove on North Bridgeland Lake Parkway
Description: Water Haven offers nine neighborhoods and features a neighborhood park with play spaces and a water tower spray structure.

Lakeland Heights
Location: Fry Road and Bridgeland Landing Parkway
Description: Lakeland Heights is a walkable Traditional Neighborhood Development (TND), incorporating Craftsmen, English Tudor, French and Classical housing types. Construction begins soon on the nearby Lakeland Village Center, which will include retail, small shops, employment opportunities and restaurants, as well as medical offices.

Roadway/Infrastructure Construction

Grand Parkway
Location: Center of Bridgeland Development (Highway 99)
Description: Construction began on Segment E of the Grand Parkway in September 2011 and is slated for completion in late 2013. Segment E is a proposed 15.2-mile, four-lane, controlled-access toll road with intermittent frontage roads from Interstate 10 to US 290.

Josey Ranch Road
Location: Approximately 1 mile west of Bridgeland's main entrance
Description: Construction on Phase 1 was complteted at the end of 2012. Phase 2 construction began first quarter 2013.

Institutional/Church

Pope Elementary School
Location: The Cove, west of The Shores on North Bridgeland Lake Parkway
Description: Constuction on Bridgeland's first school, Pope Elementary, began in June of 2012. Pope opened in August 2013. Part of the school will be two stories, overlooking Cypress Lake.

The Foundry United Methodist Church
Location: Fry Road
Description: The Foundry United Methodist Church broke ground on the first church to be built in Bridgeland in June 2012 and opened June 2013.

Recreational

Lakeland Activity Center
Location: Fry Road and Bridgeland Landing
Description: Lakeland Activity Center, the first of four large-scale recreation centers planned within Bridgeland, features a 6,000-square-foot community center that is home to a fitness center, multiple classrooms, a full kitchen, meeting rooms and a full-time activities director who plans year-round events. Lakeland Activity Center also offers a junior Olympic-size pool, diving well, two 30-foot sky slides, a spray park, tennis courts, picnic tables and a playground, as well as boating and fishing on Lake Bridgeland.

Cypress Creek Nature Trail
Location: Oak Meadow Park
Description: Set along the historic Cypress Creek Corridor, this nature trail offers a mix of paths, sidewalks and wildlife observations. Approximately 2.5 miles of the eventual six-mile trail are now open.

Oak Meadow Park
Location: North Bridgeland Lake Parkway and House Hahl Road
Description: Oak Meadow Park is a 30-acre wooded setting that offers picnic areas and an 18-hole disc golf course. Residents also enjoy the park's stocked lake, covered pavilion and complimentary rentals of recreation equipment.

House Hahl Trail
Location: North Bridgeland Lake Parkway
Description: This trail is named after the "old House Hahl Road" that stretches across the Bridgeland landscape. This 8-foot-wide trail includes numerous exercise stations and connects The Shores, First Bend, The Cove and Water Haven communities. The trail will traverse the entire development upon completion.

Festival Park
Location: Lakeland Heights
Description: The three-acre park offers a covered pavilion that hosts frequent concerts, movies and other events. In addition to the pavilion, the park has restrooms and a seating area with an outdoor fireplace.

Water Haven Park
Location: In Water Haven Community
Description: Bridgeland's newest park  opened in 2013. The 3-acre park offers several active play spaces, including a spray ground with a tall custom water tower. Anchoring the spray ground is a pavilion that offers picnic tables and barbecue grills. Children also enjoy two playgrounds.

Lake Bridgeland
Location: Fry Road and North Bridgeland Lake Parkway
Description: This is the first body of water to greet you as you enter the community A grand promenade wraps around Lakeland Activity Center and offers residents an opportunity to check out paddle boats or a canoe.

Cypress Lake
Location: Nestled along North Bridgeland Lake Parkway
Description: Cypress Lake is estimated to be 2 miles in length and offers spectacular views. Residents can visit the pavilion and check out complimentary recreation equipment.

Village Center

Lakeland Village Center
Location:
Off of Fry Road and Bridgeland Landing
Description: Conceptual rendering released. Construction is estimated to start late in 2014.

Updated 10-2013