Grand Central Park is a master-planned community in Montgomery County that will offer walkable neighborhoods, retail, dining and office space. Just 5 miles north of The Woodlands along Interstate 45 and Loop 336 in Conroe, Grand Central Park offers an enviable location near the growing Montgomery County energy corridor and world-class entertainment. Adding to the community’s appeal, the homes, townhomes, lofts, retail, amenities and office space of the 2,046-acre Grand Central Park will be surrounded by a pristine wooded environment. Residents will enjoy the best of both worlds — a distinctive urban lifestyle and the serenity of a naturally wooded landscape. Discover our vision for Grand Central Park.
The Johnson Development Corp. is a Houston-based residential and commercial land development company founded in 1975 with over 40 years of experience in the real estate development business. Johnson Development has played an active role in the development of more than 100 projects on over 43,000 acres in Arizona, California, Colorado, Georgia, Louisiana and Texas. These projects include master-planned golf course communities, townhome and condominium communities, retail shopping and entertainment districts, office buildings and mixed-use commercial centers in both urban and suburban settings.
Johnson Development's master-planned communities in the Houston area include Sienna, Riverstone, Imperial at Sugar Land, Cross Creek Ranch, Woodforest, Fall Creek, Harvest Green, Jordan Ranch, Willow Creek Farms, Veranda, Tuscan Lakes, Silverlake, and Edgewater. In the Dallas-Fort Worth area, Johnson Development projects include the communities of Trinity Falls and Viridian. Outside of Texas, the company is known for BridgeMill, Towne Lake, and Lake Arrowhead in Georgia and Las Colinas at Rialto in California.
Johnson Development has successfully formed strategic partnerships with large public corporations, nationally recognized mortgage lending firms, international financial institutions and individual foreign and domestic investors.
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