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Mischer Development has been listed among the nation's best by the National Association of Home Builders.
Mischer has received a Silver Award in The Nationals 2014 presented by the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) for their new television commercial series for Cypress Creek Lakes. The commercials were created by Boe Creative Services and Zen Film. In addition to the commercials, the pair also created a full length marketing video for Cypress Creek Lakes, which is available on the Mischer You Tube channel.
Mischer Development was honored this week with four Texas Star Awards by the Texas Association of Builders for the company's Cypress Creek Lakes community.
Cypress Creek Lakes was awarded:
- Best Overall Community, more than 20 acres
- Best Welcome Center
- Best Brochure
- Best Special Promotion, for the October 2012 Great American Dream
Grand Opening Celebration
Mischer Development invites you to the Grand Opening of the new Cypress Creek Lakes Phase 3 Recreation Center Pool this weekend! Stop by Saturday and Sunday from 1 to 5 pm and enjoy:
- Free Food from some of Houston’s most popular gourmet Food Trucks
- Live Band
- Face Painting, Glitter Tattoos, and Balloon Twisting
- Free Summer Gear
- Visit any builder model home to register for the chance to win a
FREE Summer Vacation
Six months after opening two other Cy-Fair locations, H-E-B has purchased a 15-acre parcel of land in the future mixed-use Cypress Creek Town Center. Located at the corner of Tuckerton and Fry roads, the 90-acre development will feature commercial and retail options when construction begins on the project in the coming years.
Although there is not yet a timetable for the future H-E-B, the purchase was prompted by the area’s continued population growth and density, said Cyndy Garza, public affairs director for H-E-B.
Mischer Development, developer of the 1600-acre master-planned Cypress Creek Lakes community, has recently started commercial and retail expansion on several reserves within the 1600 acre development. Cypress Creek Lakes is located in the US 290 corridor south of Cypress Creek on the east side of Fry Road. H-E-B purchased 15 acres on the northeast corner of Tuckerton and Fry Road. This parcel of land is within the 90 acre mixed use reserve that will be known as the Cypress Creek Lakes Town Center.
3rd Annual Food Truck Festival
Saturday and Sunday, March 23 and 24, noon to 5 pm
Houston’s housing market began 2013 with its 20th consecutive month of positive home sales, which increased nearly 30 percent year over year, the Houston Association of Realtors reported last month.
In January, single-family home sales totaled 3,899, up 28.3 percent from January 2012. Sales of all property types totaled 4,680, up 29.1 percent from a year ago.
West Houston Association Awards First Quality Planned Development designations
The West Houston Association this week will award its first Quality Planned Development designations to five planned residential communities and two commercial projects in west Houston.
Receiving the residential awards are Bridgeland, Cinco Ranch, Cross Creek Ranch, Cypress Creek Lakes and Wyndehaven Lake Estates, with CityCentre and The Vintage receiving the commercial awards.
With a $20 million award from the Moody Foundation, Rice University plans to build a new Center for the Arts.
Rice said Tuesday that plans for the 50,000-square-foot Moody Center for the Arts are currently in the predesign phase. The building will be constructed near Rice’s current arts and media center and is expected to open in 2015.
“The Moody Foundation’s trustees saw the potential for the Moody Center for the Arts to open new creative channels between Rice and Houston’s outstanding museum community,” Ross Moody, a trustee of the foundation, said in Rice’s statement.