450 Homes by End of Year. Build Out @ 5,000 Homes

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MCKINNEY, TX. - Builders are working to bring hundreds more homes to a 2,000-acre development in Collin County.

Johnson Development Corp. is anticipating that 450 homes will be built this year at its Trinity Falls master-planned community just north of McKinney, near U.S. Highway 75.

The developer has delivered 200 lots to builders for homes set to be available for sale by the summer. The remaining 250 homes are expected to be ready for builders in June or July and available in the fall.

About 2,000 homes have been sold in Trinity Falls since it opened in 2014. The development will eventually include up to about 5,000 homes.

Builders on-site include Chesmar Homes, Coventry Homes, Del Webb, Drees Custom Homes, Highland Homes and Perry Homes. Prices range from the mid-$300,000s to the $900,000s.

The community has 14 product types, from small townhomes to large single-family homes, and an age-restricted community from Del Webb for people 55 or older. 

There’s an amenity center on site, and a second is set to open by fall. The community includes about 350 acres of open space with a pavilion, a splash pad and play equipment as well as 3 miles of trails and several ponds.

Another pavilion, an additional mile and a half of trails, a fishing pier and canoe and kayak launch area are planned for future phases. 

The property also has 80 acres of commercial space and four McKinney ISD schools. One elementary school is set to open in fall 2023.

“It’s definitely been a driver of people wanting to come into the community and buy a home there,” said C’Ella Clayton, director of marketing for Johnson Development. 

The majority of Johnson Development’s master-planned communities are in Houston. The firm also owns the 2,000-acre Viridian in Arlington, which it acquired in 2015 before buying Trinity Falls in 2016.

Robert Ditthardt, general manager and vice president at Johnson Development, said the community was on the front end of the surrounding area’s growth.

“We’re now seeing larger master-planned communities being developed around us and north of us as well,” Ditthardt said. “The U.S. 75 corridor up to the Red River is projected to be very active with development for the foreseeable future.”

Mitchell Martin | Dallas Morning News Full Story Here




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