Bridgeland continues to make impressions in the master planned community industry, and the future looks bright for northwest Houston’s premier community.
Bridgeland was recently named as Greater Houston’s top-selling master planned community by Metrostudy – the go-to source for marketing information within the housing industry. This notable achievement – measured by new home starts – comes on the heels of RCLCO Real Estate Advisors identifying Bridgeland as the top-selling community in Houston—with 351 home sales through mid-2019, a 34% increase over the same timeframe in 2018—and as the eleventh best-selling community in the country, moving up seven spots in just six months. Bridgeland is the only Houston community to earn a spot in the top 15 on RCLCO’s national list.
The Howard Hughes Corporation’s ongoing focus on masterful design and excellence in execution has paved the way for proud moments like these. The community, nearly 4,000 homes strong and growing, is still relatively young to garner such notoriety.
These reporting agencies recognize, from the data on spreadsheets, what residents who’ve made the choice to live here understand. The community blends in a distinctive way, a variety of housing sizes and architectural styles in conjunction with a mix of amenities that inspire residents to live their best life.
The desire to be outside and engage with the natural environment is one of the draws for homebuyers to make a purchase within the Bridgeland community. Seeing flocks of birds on the banks of Josey Lake or spotting an armadillo waddling its way through the grasses as you walk the trail system, residents are reminded everyday of their close connection with nature. Curating a healthy lifestyle for residents seeking a closer connection with their surroundings has been part of the developer’s master plan since 2006.
Bridgeland will continue to attract homebuyers as the development continues to expand. Now leasing luxury townhomes and apartments in Lakeside Row The Residences, while simultaneously offering a traditional neighborhood design in Parkland Square, these diverse types of homes will attract homebuyers with equally diverse requirements. With the recent additions of neighborhood restaurants and a future town center to be named Bridgeland Central, Howard Hughes is building for the future.
Using imagination to stay ahead of the industry, the developer anticipates the wants and needs of the community. The introduction of more thoughtful and innovative elements will surely follow in 2020. Each designed to elevate Bridgeland for years to come and cement our spot at the top of the rankings.