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City Place, a 2,000-acre master-planned community in Spring, is home to two single-family housing communities and three multifamily housing communities.
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FEATURED IMPACT EXPANSIONS Site preparation has ocially begun to make way for a new 400-acre residential project in City Place , ocials with developer CDC Houston announced in a news release May 3. CDC Houston announced a new partnership with Arizona-based DMB Development in June 2021 with plans of adding roughly 600 new single- and multifamily housing units to the 2,000- acre master-planned community by 2023. City Place is home to two single- family housing communities and three multifamily housing communities. “Best known for its highly quality oce environment; upscale multifamily oerings; eclectic restaurant options and beautiful natural setting, complete with miles of trails, nature preserve and activated plaza, the next step for City Place is to dene our space in the area’s single-family residential landscape,” CDC Houston President Warren Wilson said in a statement. According to the May 3 news release, Phase 1 of the residential project will
NOW ENROLLING Ages 6 weeks to 6 years Low student to teacher ratio Over an acre of outdoor play area Healthy meals prepared by chef daily Before & after care for Elementary students Summer camps 12 This year marks the 100th anni- versary since the building now home to Wunsche Bros. Cafe & Saloon was constructed in Old Town Spring in 1902. Located at 103 Midway St., Spring, the building is a recorded historic landmark by the Texas Historical Commission and originally functioned as a hotel, brothel 10 Scooter’s Coee is opening a drive-thru coee shop location at 24771 Gosling Road, Spring. According to a company spokesperson, the new location is slated to open in July or August. The business oers a diverse drink menu, including hot and iced drinks, smoothies and teas. Scooter’s Coee also oers burritos, croissants, sandwiches and a va- riety of sweet treats, among other menu items. www.scooterscoee.com EXPANSIONS 11 The Village at Gleannloch Farms hosted a groundbreaking ceremony for its expansion project May 10. Located at 9505 Northpointe Blvd., Spring, The Village at Gleannloch Farms is a senior living community that oers independent living, assisted living, memory care, long- term care and rehabilitation. According to Executive Director Lindsay Weaver, the 26-acre community comprises both apartments and small patio homes called cottages. As part of the expansion, Weav- er said The Village at Gleannloch Farms will be adding 12 new cottages to the property for a total of 22 with plans for the rst cottages to open by June. 281-569-2999. www.villageatgleannloch.com ANNIVERSARIES
including gourds and pumpkins during the fall and poinsettias and Christmas trees during winter. 346-386-6471. www.calloways.com 7 Cordovan Art School opened a new studio location May 9 at 8905 Louetta Road, Ste. A, Spring. The school has additional locations in Houston and Austin and oers art classes for both children and adults. Customers can enroll in paint-your- own pottery classes, summer camps or art workshops or host parties at the locations. 281-720-6540. www.cordovanartschool.com COMING SOON 8 Seafood restaurant La Palapa will open May 16 at 6507 FM 2920, Spring, pending approval from the local health department, restaurant ocials said. Owned by Albert Soto, La Palapa will of- fer fresh seafood dishes with a Latin air with menu items ranging from fried cala- mari and Baja tacos to octopus carpaccio and shrimp empanadas. Additionally, the restaurant will feature a full bar with a wide selection of micheladas, mojitos, margaritas and signature cocktails as well as beer and wine. 281-205-7176. www.restaurantlapalapa.com 9 Cabo Bob’s , an Austin-based bur- rito restaurant with a seafood twist, is planning to open three new eateries in the Greater Houston area this summer, including one near Willowbrook Mall. Lo- cated at 7103 Cutten Road, Houston, the California-inspired eatery will serve burri- tos, salad bowls and sh tacos with each restaurant theme focusing on a dierent surng hot spot. 832-446-3504. www.cabobobs.com
be located along the recent westward extension of East Mossy Oaks Road and include the addition of roughly 520 single-family units across 160 acres. Participating homebuilders will be announced this summer, according to the release, with residential product types and amenities to be announced in late 2022. “This joint venture endeavor is the result [of an] extensive planning process to imagine what we anticipate will become one of the most talked about places to live in Greater Houston—focused on thoughtful design, pedestrian mobility, environmental projects and one-of-a- kind amenities,” Wilson said. For more information about City Place, visit www.cityplacenow.com.
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13 Founded in 1997, Royal Appliance Parts & Service is celebrating its 25th anniversary in May. The appliance repair store is owned by Tim, Becky and Court- ney LeBlanc and is located at 4021 Spring Cypress Road, Spring. Royal Appliance oers services such as appliance repair and cleaning as well as replacements for broken parts. 281-350-6605. https://royalappliance.cc
and saloon, according to the business’s website. Today, the restaurant serves a variety of Texas and American classics, such as burgers, chicken-fried steak and catsh, as well as signature dishes, such as campre fare entrees and chocolate whiskey cake—a recipe that dates back to the prohibition era. 281-350-1902. www.wunschebros.com
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