CCMC Named Management Company for The Groves

Life In the WoodsAfter fourteen months, CCMC has successfully completed pre-development consulting services for The Groves, a new 993-acre mixed-use, master-planned community in northeast Houston being developed by Crescent Communities. Our consulting services included building and reviewing all community documents and lifestyle amenity and programming recommendations. “I am very pleased to announce that our consulting work at The Groves has resulted in a management contract,” says division president Todd Davidson. “This is the second time this year Crescent Communities has chosen CCMC to be their community management solution. The first was 45 days ago for Belterra. The  dedication of Jeff Girardeau, our CCMC community manager at Belterra, has led directly to this new opportunity.” CCMC will begin managing the community in May 2014. A CCMC lifestyle director will be hired  in November 2014, just as the first homeowners are expected to arrive.

The Groves will eventually include up to 2,259 single-family homes, 540 apartment homes, 50 acres of retail and commercial space, 40-acre school campus and family-friendly amenities, designed for modern living. Just one mile from Lake Houston, the property is ten miles east of George Bush International Airport and twenty five miles northeast of the city’s central business district.

For over half a century, Crescent Communities has helped define moments that matter for all those who live, work and play in their neighborhoods. Their mission is to create residential, commercial and land developments that cultivate communities with lasting legacies. The company is based in Charlotte, North Carolina and their projects span across the southern United States. Crescent Communities currently owns 70,000 acres of land, with assets exceeding $1 billion. Their focus is on developing the most innovative, sustainable places for the modern market.

Please join us in welcoming The Groves to the CCMC family of neighborhoods!

 

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