Construction to begin on Bridgeland park, amenity space

by Lindsey Wells

The Howard Hughes Corp. will break ground this month on a new park and amenity space in its master-planned community, Bridgeland. 

The 4.5-acre Longwing Landing park will be located adjacent to a 40-acre lake poised to become the centerpiece of Prairieland Village, the most recent addition to Bridgeland, according to a press release.

“The parks at Bridgeland are not only places to gather and enjoy outdoor, physical activity, but they are also a part of the distinct identity that make our communities special,” said Heath Melton, president of the Phoenix region for Howard Hughes. “Longwing Landing will be part of an established tradition of unique design that features exciting active and passive recreational spaces and provides community gathering places for residents to enjoy.”

Inspired by the village’s butterfly logo, Longwing Landing will feature a pool complex, open lawn, event space and barbecue grills and tables. In addition, a new activity center will contain two flex rooms and an event hall with the capacity for 150 people.

The pool complex will include a covered seating area, a “relaxation pool” and a kids’ pool with water features. 

Colorful fencing panels will be placed throughout the complex, along with an art wall displaying colorful butterflies and the names of the first 100 families that will call Prairieland home, the release said. 

Longwing Landing will connect to the rest of the community via miles of pathways. 

Construction of the pool house is estimated to begin in November. The project is scheduled for completion in early 2024.

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