Ever since the success of Friendswood Development Company’s 14,000 acre master-planned community Kingwood, built in 1971, the Lake Houston Area has seen steady and at some periods massive growth.
In fact in 2009 as many communities saw drastic up tick in home foreclosures and population loss due to the economic crisis, LHA was one of the fastest growing areas in the country, according to Houston Association of Realtors 2009 Housing Report, Bloomberg BusinessWeek and RCLCO, an independent real estate advisory firm.
Today in 2016 we are still seeing previously undeveloped tracts of land throughout LHA breaking ground on newly developing subdivisions, retail and job centers.
In an article issued yesterday by Community Impact Newspaper – Lake Houston, Rosemary Smith does an amazing job of providing a clear overview and map of LHA’s largest single-family home developments.
The Lake Houston Area has always been and still is one of the top areas in the country for housing growth and young families.
With primary job growth taking place in expanding LHA industry sectors like Healthcare, Corporate Campuses and Freight and Logistics from developments like Generation Park, Insperity and Bush Intercontinental Airport the Lake Houston Area is certain to remain one of the top communities in the country to live, work and play.
See the map and read the full Community Impact News article by Rosemary Smith, here.