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What’s On The Horizon For Houston’s Master-Planned Communities? Find Out At Bisnow’s Feb. 22 Event


Houston has been seeing an influx of home sales, especially within its master-planned communities. Within RCLCO’s 2023 ranking of the top 50 master-planned communities in the nation, 12 properties were located in Houston. 

People have been gravitating toward MPCs for their sense of community as well as their amenities, including pools, fitness centers and retail and dining all located within the community. Houston-based developers and investors can tap into the features that make MPCs attractive for residents of all ages by exploring the current trends and how they can be financed at Bisnow’s The Future Of Houston’s Master-Planned Communities event on Feb. 22. 

The event, which will be held at the JW Marriott Houston by the Galleria, will dive into all things MPC, including prospective investment opportunities, its variety of amenity offerings, financing and more.

Click here to register.

Here are five reasons why you shouldn’t miss this event.

1. Learn more about how MPCs in Houston are positioned and financed through the following panels:

Master-Planned Communities In Houston

Learn about the current state of the Houston market’s MPCs and what the future holds with Peter Barnhart, president and chief development officer of Caldwell Companies, Brandi Coastworth, director of MPC residential land sales at Howard Hughes, Ting Qiao, president and CEO of Wan Bridge and more.

Nature-Inspired Community Design

Discover how MPCs plan to bring in amenities that center around nature and agriculture with speakers such as Tom Woliver, co-president of Oxland Group and Clayton Garrett, partner and founder of Meristem Communities.

Economic Pulse

Dive into the financing and regulations surrounding Houston’s MPCs with speakers including Aimee Bertrand, executive vice president and CEO of the Greater Houston Builders Association, Jimmie Jenkins, vice president of master-planned communities at Toll Brothers.

2. Discover how to navigate the trends within MPCs, especially with regard to sustainability.

3. Find out more about what residents and businesses are looking for within their communities and what amenities they want to see.

4. Find out more about how housing can appeal to a variety of ages and ways of living.

5. Meet with other CRE professionals and explore opportunities for doing more business.

Investors, developers and owners interested in pursuing opportunities in Houston’s master-planned communities can attend Bisnow’s event by clicking here.

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