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Welcome to Parkland Row.

Located in Parkland Village just south of future Parkland Village Center, Parkland Row will feature a walkable design, a centralized park and a lake element.

Howard Hughes partnered with David Weekley Homes to offer Modern Prairie and Modern Farmhouse-style architecture. Following on the heels of the success of a similar TND – Parkland Square – the new addition is expected to encourage community engagement and will give residents the ability to spend more time outdoors connecting to nature and each other.

A low-impact development, Parkland Row will utilize innovative technology to deposit cleaner water into storm drains that lead to creeks and streams. Signage within the community will serve to educate residents about the natural process of rain gardens and how captured stormwater is used to irrigate green spaces.

Parkland Row will offer 288 homesites ranging from 1,400 to 3,400 square feet.

Adventurous Park at Parkland Row

Parkland Row’s Adventurous Park provides one central park area with multiple access points. It features a dog park, playground, pavilion with outdoor living area for neighborhood gatherings, lawn games, and other shared amenities catering to adults, children, and their pets.

Unique & Sustainable Design


TND (Traditional Neighborhood Development) neighborhoods are meant to incorporate residential, commercial, and educational elements to create a livable, walkable community of well-connected streets and pathways, public spaces, and more. Such easy mobility between homes, parks, and commercial venues will promote Parkland Row’s desirability as an all-inclusive community emphasizing connectivity, nature, and a hub of shopping, dining, and other services at the future Parkland Village Center, which will carry the Modern Farmhouse and Modern Prairie architectural theme.


Emulating Bridgeland at large, Parkland Row will be a low-impact development highlighting sustainable drainage and irrigation methods, conservation of the environment, and connectivity through ample public spaces.


Parkland Row will use rain gardens as a way to filter rain water before it enters storm drains and the lake system throughout the community. By implementing rain gardens, Parkland Row will filter rain and storm runoff for cleaner lakes with higher quality water for wildlife and recreation.