WESLEY GARDNER, EMILY LINCKE & HANNAH ZEDAKER
Imagination by David Weekley Homes
Fountainwood at Lake Houston
RENDERING COURTESY DAVID WEEKLEY HOMES
COURTESY FOUNTAINWOOD AT LAKE HOUSTON
Nimble Workspaces celebrated its grand opening Sept. 7 in Generation Park.
Aug. 16. Located at 5510 Atascocita Road, Humble, the center offers applied behavior analysis therapy to early learners as well as a variety of different treatment options to help serve the unique needs of each child on the spectrum, including center-based early intensive behavioral intervention, ABC At-Home therapy, and part-time after- school support. Additionally, the new center features a children’s eating area, indoor playground, therapy rooms and a mothering room for nursing. 281-800-1040. www.actionbehavior.com COMING SOON 9 Imagination by David Weekley Homes is coming soon to The Highlands, a new master-planned community in Porter, officials announced in an Aug. 10 news release. Located at 21711 Grayson Highlands Way, Porter, The Highlands Imagination Collection will include sin- gle-family homes with six floor plan op- tions ranging from 1,400 to 2,400 square feet of living space. Each house will be situated on a 40-foot homesite and feature two to five bedrooms and two to three full bathrooms. The Highlands Imagination Collection is expected to open for sales in the fall. 713-574-5048. www.davidweekleyhomes.com 10 David Weekley Homes also recently broke ground on its first Greater Houston-area active adult community, The Highlands-Encore Collection , officials announced in an Aug. 26 news release. Located at 21703 Leaton Circle, Porter, The Highlands-Encore Collection will feature 18 homes in the first golf course section, which will be designed
for active adult homebuyers age 55 and older. The low-maintenance, one-story homes will be available in 12 floor plans ranging from 1,600 to 2,700 square feet and situated on 45- to 55-foot homesites. The Highlands-Encore Collection will include an exclusive clubhouse with a dedicated lifestyle director to plan day- to-day activities and social events. The Highlands-Encore Collection is slated to begin selling in late 2021. 713-565-2924. www.davidweekleyhomes.com EXPANSIONS 11 Including Kids Autism Center’s Center for Community Inclusion completed its new young adult vocational skills center at 19143 Timber Forest Drive, Humble in August. The center serves clients ages 16-30 and matches them with local job opportunities. The center is looking for new businesses to participate in their vocation program. The skills center also teaches independent-living skills, such as cooking classes. 281-852-0501. www.includingkids.org 12 In mid-July, residential care facility Fountainwood at Lake Houston opened its assisted living and memory care units, which offer housing and care programs designed for seniors and those with Alzheimer’s. The National Realty Group developed the $45 million facility, located at 17990 W. Lake Houston Parkway, Atascocita, which also includes independent-living units that opened in early May. On-site amenities include a pool, restaurant, fitness classes and community events. 281-612-3585. www.fountainwoodatlakehouston.com
COURTESY NIMBLE WORKSPACES
FEATURED IMPACT NOWOPEN Nimble Workspaces , which oers exible oce options for businesses, opened Sept. 7 in Generation Park, a master-planned community at 250 Assay St., Houston. Located within Redemption Square—a mixed-use lifestyle district within the community— Nimble Workspaces features 36 private oces equipped with furniture, Wi-Fi and access to private meeting spaces. Oce space can be leased month-to- month or for up to a year. In addition to private oces, Nimble Workspaces oers ve meeting and conference spaces that will be available to NAME CHANGES 13 Humble ISD’s Quest Early College High School at 9155 Will Clayton Parkway, Humble, was renamed Guy M. Sconzo Early College High School at a Sept. 18 dedication ceremony. In December 2020, the HISD board of trustees voted to rename the school in honor of former HISD Superintendent Guy M. Sconzo, who died in April 2020. The school provides a college-preparatory environment in which students can earn college credits before they graduate from high school. The school aims to foster learning through group projects, internships and community service projects. 281-641-7300. www.humbleisd.net/sechs
members and day-pass holders. Private oce memberships start at $725 per month, while day passes cost $50 and conference rooms can be booked for
$50 per hour. 713-830-8202. www.nimbleworkspaces.com
REDEMPTION SQUARE RD.
ANNIVERSARIES Founded in 1921, the Harris County Public Library system celebrated its 100th anniversary in June with virtual parties hosted across its 29 branches. The Harris County Commissioners Court also dubbed 2021 the “Year of the Library.” In 1921, the first library of the system was established at Harrisburg School in Harrisburg, and other locations were housed in post offices, businesses and private homes throughout the county. Lucy Fuller was named the first head librarian in 1921. As of this January, HCPL has more than 1.8 million print and digital works in its collection. 713-274-6600. www.hcpl.net
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