4TH QUARTER 2020
|ZIP CODE||COMMUNITY||BUILDER||BASE PRICE – TO BE BUILT|
|75093||Central Park on Preston||Megatel Homes||$500s (mid)|
|75024||Commodore at Preston||K. Hovnanian Homes||$300s (high)|
|75093||Cyprus Villas||Megatel Homes||$500s (high)|
|75024||Harvard Villas||Megatel Homes||$300s (high)|
|75075||Heritage Creekside||Cambridge Homes||$300s (high)|
|75075||Heritage Creekside||CB JENI Homes||$300s (low)|
|75094||Heritage Ridge Estates||Grand Homes||$400s (high)|
|75093||Plano Gateway – Gatherings||Beazer Homes||Coming Soon|
|75024||Prairie Commons – Single Family||Megatel Homes||$400s (low)|
|75024||Prairie Commons – Townhomes||Megatel Homes||Not published|
|75074||Rice Field at Plano Arts||InTown Homes||$400s (mid)|
|75074||Trails of Glenwood||Grand Homes||$500s (high)|
|75024||Villas at Legacy West||Perry Homes – Britton Homes||$500s (mid)|
|75024||Villas at Legacy West Premium||Perry Homes – Britton Homes||$1Ms (low)|
|75075||Villas of Middleton||Megatel Homes||$300s (low)|
|75075||Wells Farm||Cambridge Homes||$300s (high)|
|75023||Wells Park||Village Builders||$500s (low)|
Plano: The Happiest City in America
Plano is one of the best Texas cities to live in. Just half an hour north of downtown Dallas, Plano is an excellent choice for young professionals who work in the DFW metroplex, families searching for a place to raise their children, outdoor enthusiasts, and much more.
Plano was ranked the 4th best place to raise a family in America in 2019, and the 3rd safest city in the country for 2018. Plano also cracked the top 50 healthiest cities in the United States. Finally, Plano was also ranked the happiest city in America based on emotional and physical wellbeing, income and employment, and community and environment. The city of Plano has an excellent reputation, and they have the means to back it up.
Parents who are searching for top-rated schools for their children can rest easy in Plano. The Plano Independent School District has nearly 54,000 students in 73 schools. Plano ISD has outstanding overall rankings by TXschools.gov: it earned a 93 out of 100 rating for student achievement, school progress, and student performance. Plano’s school system is also unique. Students in grades 9 and 10 attend high school, while students in grades 11 and 12 attend a senior high school. Plano also has 16 private schools and special academies that focus on STEAM and health sciences. And if students prefer to stay close to home after senior high, there’s University of Texas and the Collin County Junior College System in Plano.
In addition to quality schooling, Plano is home to many corporations that provide jobs to the city. Companies like Toyota, Liberty Mutual, Frito-Lay, Keurig Dr Pepper, Cinemark Theatres, and Alliance Data have corporate headquarters or regional branches in Plano. The most recent corporations to move to Plano and bring thousands of jobs to the community were Fannie Mae and JP Morgan Chase.
Plano is Just Plain Fun
Looking for a health-conscious community with plenty of fun activities? Plano is the perfect place for outdoor enthusiasts of all ages. The city has over 65 parks and 70 miles of recreational trails that will get you around the city. Oak Point Park and Nature Preserve on the east side of the city is a natural 800-acre park, complete with trails, a pavilion, amphitheatre, and adventure course. On the west side of Plano is Arbor Hills Nature Preserve, a scenic 200-acre park where residents can walk, jog, and hike through nature.
Plano has something for everyone: excellent schools, safe communities, recreational opportunities, and a robust economy. Your new home buyers should definitely take a look at what Plano has to offer! Taken them on a tour of a new development in Plano today.