The National Association of Home Builders has recognized The Howard Hughes Corporation with a number of awards at the recent NAHB conference awards ceremony in Las Vegas.
The Houston developer won two gold awards: “Best Master Planned Community” for its Las Vegas-based Summerlin community and “Best Landscape of a Community” for Parkland Village in Bridgeland.
With its design elements Inspired by Prairie School Architecture and linear park systems inspired by the Emerald Necklace park system in Boston, the overall landscape concept at Parkland Village is based on the idea of living within a park.
The Howard Hughes Corporation picked up a number of silver awards as well, including “Best Landscape of a Community” for Woodland Hills, “Best Community Amenity” for Dragonfly Park in Bridgeland, among others. Bridgeland lifestyle director Rachel Johnson picked up a silver award for “Best Lifestyle Director of the Year.”
“We’re very proud and excited to win a gold award and to garner recognition from the National Association of Home Builders for Bridgeland,” said Howard Hughes Corporation Executive Vice President Heath Melton in a press release. “From our developers to our landscapers, to marketing, and those creating unique events for our residents, our team exudes professionalism and the ability to provide visionary, residential-driven experience and lifestyle.”
The developer is set to launch a number of new projects in Houston, including the urban mixed-use Bridgeland Central in northwest Houston and new neighborhoods in The Woodlands Hills that will feature patio homes and one- and two-story single-family homes along with new amenities.