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If you’re looking for a home in Northwest Houston’s top-selling master planned community of Bridgeland, you’ll now find a greater selection of builders, home sizes and price points in Prairieland Village. The third of four villages planned for the community has already sold 44 homes since presales began in May.

Section 1 gave options for 40-foot lot sizes built by Highland Homes and David Weekley Homes; 45-foot homesites by Chesmar Homes and Perry Homes in Section 2; 50-foot homesites in Section 3 by Beazer Homes, Lennar and M/I Homes; and 55-foot homesites in Section 4 built by Coventry Homes and Perry Homes.

With the next several sections coming online, homebuyers will find additional builders and home styles to choose from. Section 5 will feature 60-foot homesites built by Ravenna Homes and Westin Homes. Larger homesites will be found in Sections 6 and 7 where Highland Homes and Village Builders will feature 65-foot homesites, Newmark Homes and Tri Pointe Homes will feature 70-foot homesites, and Darling Homes and Tri Pointe Homes will offer 80-foot homesites.

“We wish to welcome our newly announced builders to Prairieland, where they will bring their unique take on the architectural and environmental vision for the village,” said Heath Melton, Executive Vice President of Master Planned Communities, Residential, for The Howard Hughes Corporation. “Our strong partnership with the top builders in Texas ensures high-quality for buyers who have the opportunity to customize their homes to their liking, within the beautiful, natural setting of our award-winning community, featuring excellent schools, amenities, and an active outdoor lifestyle.”

As the award-winning community of Bridgeland expands to the other side of Grand Parkway, so continues the master plan of living well with nature. Residents of Prairieland Village will enjoy exploring more parks and trails, waterways, sculptural art and landscapes that please the eye and calm the soul.

Prairieland Village draws inspiration from the beauty of the prairie. The butterfly, one of the prairies inhabitants, is highlighted on signage monuments and address plaques. Street names and sections will also bear the names of different butterfly varieties and the flora that support them.

If your new home is in the Painted Lady neighborhood, you might find yourself living on Zinnias Court, the nectar from which many butterflies feed. Or perhaps you’ll live on Heartleaf Aster Way within the neighborhood of Pearl Crescent. Pale crescent moon shapes on the hind wings of this pollinator are within a dark boarder that appear pearly, giving the butterfly its name.

In Prairieland Village, landscaping and home plantings will be carefully selected to attract pollinators offering the winged visitors food and shelter while also offering more opportunities for residents to spy a kaleidoscope of butterflies, a cluster of dragonflies, an eclipse of moths or a hive of bees as they pass through our area during migration, adding color to the palette of Prairieland.

Embracing the natural environment and utilizing sustainable components combined with thoughtfully designed amenities and cultural connectivity is why people from across the nation are calling Bridgeland home. Upon completion, Prairieland Village will add approximately 7,000 homes to the community.

Model Home construction in Prairieland Village will begin this fall. Prior to that, interested buyers may meet with builders in the model home park located in Parkland Village to view Prairieland Village home options. For more information or to set up an appointment, please visit