Taylor Morrison Expands Active Adult Community in Houston

by Farren Washington

taylor-morrisonTaylor Morrison, a prominent national homebuilder and developer, is planning on expanding its active adult presence in the Houston area with another Bonterra active lifestyle community at Cross Creek Ranch in Fulshear.

The new community will offer many of the same amenities and floor plans as the original Bonterra establishment in Woodforest, but will also include two new features (a gated neighborhood and waterfront home sites) as well as access to the special amenities of Cross Creek Ranch.

“We see this community as not only an extension of our successful 55+ Bonterra brand, but also an evolution,” said Jim Ellison, the vice president of sales and marketing Taylor Morrison’s Houston division. “We have the best of both worlds here – all of the amenities of a master-planned community but also the secluded feel of a Bonterra neighborhood. And much like Bonterra at Woodforest, this new Bonterra neighborhood will address the need for more lifestyle-focused, 55+ communities for Houston residents living to the west of the city.”

The brand new 268-acre community follows on the heels of last summer’s grand opening of Bonterra at Woodforest in Montgomery. More than 2,000 homebuyers lined up to tour the Woodforest models when they debuted.

Rob Bamford, general manager of Cross Creek Ranch, stated that the new community will appeal to a specific segment of the west Houston population.

“The Katy and Fulshear areas are very family-oriented, and just in Cross Creek Ranch, we see numerous couples moving here to be near grandchildren,” Bamford said. “Having home designs, amenities and planned activities specifically for adults age 55 and older will be very appealing.”

A project of The Johnson Development Corp. (and voted Master-Planned Community of the Year for a second year in row by the Greater Houston Builders Association), Cross Creek Ranch is located west of the Grand Parkway off FM 1093.

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