Johnson Development Plans Waller County Community
Johnson Development has formed a new venture with Plow Realty to develop an 1,146-acre tract in Waller County for its 16th Houston-area community.
The currently unnamed community, located near Morton Road and FM 2855, will accommodate about 2,800 homes upon completion. Construction of infrastructure should begin during the second quarter of 2023 with builders receiving homesites during the fourth quarter of 2024.
“This is a growing region of Houston and for good reason,” said Michael Smith, President and Chief Executive Officer of Johnson Development. “This is just north of Interstate 10 and is served north/south by the Grand Parkway. Being zoned to Katy Independent School District is another bonus.”
Homes in the community will have a Katy address.
Johnson Development has communities throughout the Houston region, including communities in Fort Bend County, Galveston County, Montgomery County and Harris County. The Houston-based developer — established in 1975 — brought more than 1,600 homesites to the Houston market before the end of 2022. It also closed on a 1,400-acre community in Magnolia last November.
Johnson Development also has communities in Arlington and McKinney in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex and in Leander in the Austin area. For the past five years, Johnson Development has had more communities ranked among the nation’s top-selling master-planned communities than any other developer in the nation.