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McKenzie Park: Master Planned Community In Spring


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On the planning commission agenda is McKenzie Park. Their website is barely up. The only info is on their home page:

It will be just NE of Gosling and the Grand Parkway


McKenzie Park – Master Planned Community

Spectacular sunsets and wide open spaces are just the beginning at McKenzie Park. This master-planned new homes community in the northwestern Houston suburb of Spring TX occupies 11,400 acres of scenic woodlands and overlooks a clear, natural lake.

Escape the noisy, stressful chaos of city life with a beautiful, woodsy refuge where harmony and balance are the order of the day. Moments from Exxon Mobile Campus and a short drive from The Woodlands, TX, the new homes at McKenzie Park offer close proximity to work without the daily hassle of a long commute.

Exceptional Community Living

The master-planned community is a single macro-vision composed of many smaller micro-visions. A guiding, overall concept assures continuity. At the same time, individual elements foster originality, yet retain a harmonic symmetry with the whole. McKenzie Park is exactly that -- a brilliantly designed whole that incorporates singular, imaginative details. The result is a unique charm and character that's truly exceptional.

Eco-Friendly Development

In a true spirit of innovation, McKenzie Park is one of the original new home communities developed that features low-impact development. LID is an engineering design approach that retains and recreates natural landscape features to protect water and preserve resources.

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