Brad Holden |
April 5th, 2012 at 10:33 pm
Lawler Park in Frisco will connect community over white rock creek and extend path to Harold Bacchus Park in Frisco.
One of the most anticipated new home communities in Frisco Lawler Park, plans to start models in October of 2012. The two builders Darling Homes and Highland Homes are just as excited about this community as all of the calls that I am receiving for more information.
A highlight of the community is the connecting path to Harold Bacchus Community Park on Main and Independence. Phase I is complete, with the grand opening of a youth baseball/softball five-plex, including the Rusty Greer/Texas Rangers Championship Field and the Frisco Miracle League Field, a concession and restroom facility, and several football/soccer multipurpose fields, landscaping, parking and adjacent thoroughfare improvements. Phase II is complete and features the ‘On Deck Circle’ which includes batting cages and tunnels, twelve acres for football/soccer multipurpose fields, two restroom & concession facilities, a signature playground with a picnic pavilion, three additional playgrounds, a two-acre lake and approximately one mile of hike & bike trails.
This will be an unbelievable opportunity for Lawler Park residents to have such easy access to all of the sports fields.
But remember about the new West Frisco development Phillips Creek Ranch, it will also be one community to put in the mix!
For the most up to date updates on Richwoods, Lawler Park or Phillips Creek Ranch visit Update Frisco today!
Brad Holden |
January 31st, 2012 at 12:09 am
Frisco ISD has had it in its plans for years, and they have definately stuck with it.
The City and School has always voiced that even with the tremendous growth of Frisco and the ongoing future growth, they have always said that they will do everything they can to stay small. And boy are they.
The latest change has been changing the “never in stone” zones that each neighborhood will attend. Currently, even before opening, Richwoods and Lawler Park students were slated to attend Isbell. Scratch that! Now they will both feed into Curtsinger. Richwoods plans to have around 1,600 homes and Lawler Park around 643 homes.
Now lets continue to Middle School. Both developments originally zoned for Scoggins, but now will attend Vandeventer.
Lastly High School. Here is where it gets pretty wild. Centennial High faces East and across the street is Richwoods. Common sense says Centennial is it, WRONG! Both Richwoods and Lawler Park students will attend Liberty High, less than one mile East of both developments.
That’s not it. In 2014, yet again, both Richwoods and Lawler Park students will again change High schools to Frisco’s 7th high school yet to be named on Independence between Main and Eldorado.
Now that’s a lot of kids!
-Brad Holden is a Real Estate Expert in Frisco for Holden New Homes focusing primarily on Richwoods, Austin Ridge, The Arbor at Lawler Park, The Crossing at Arbor Park and Craig Ranch. Brad also has a Real Estate Channel on YouPlusDallas where both New Homes and Communities are featured.
For the most up to date updates on Richwoods, Lawler Park or Phillips Creek Ranch visit Update Frisco today
Heather Aldred |
January 26th, 2012 at 2:37 pm
I woke up this morning with a hankering for a really good burger. Who do you think has the best burger in town?
December 24th, 2011 at 12:46 pm
Pizza Hut will no longer be a name-in-title sponsor of Pizza Hut Park at the end of the year. Name-in-title sponsorships are important revenue generators for venues such as this one, and so we suspect FC Dallas’ move to name their venue FC Dallas Stadium is a temporary measure.
Pizza Hut is seeking larger venues and other professional sports to sponsor, but most venues associated with the major sports are taken. So is this about a shift in strategy or simply a matter of cost? The new FC Dallas Stadium is part of the fabric that is Frisco, so we anticipate an organization that is interested in serving Frisco and other nearby communities will come forward.
Before the name comes off, Pizza Hut will enjoy having its name associated with a sell out crowd expected to attend the NCAA Football Championship Game between Sam Houston State University and North Dakota State University. Sam Houston State,14-0, will face the North Dakota State Bearkats,13-1, on Saturday, January 7, 2012, at 1 p.m.
Brad Holden |
December 20th, 2011 at 12:34 am
Leaders in Frisco break ground in new community Richwoods
The mayor joined representatives from the developer, Landon Development, and builder representatives to kick off the most exciting community to be underway since Lone Star Ranch in 2001. The builders Toll Brothers, K Hovnanian, Newcastle and Landon Homes are all getting conceptuals and marketing materials ready in a hurry due to the tremendous response for information about the community.
I have a total of over 400 inquiries since the development has been announced from the builder and realtor community and it doesn’t stop there. Since my recent video and blogs about Richwoods in Frisco, I have been called or e-mailed in the 20′s in only 2 weeks! There has been a tremendous response for a couple reasons.
One, Location. Where can you find a new home community that is building quality homes in a location like Richwoods? No where! Read the rest of this entry »
Brad Holden |
December 15th, 2011 at 2:39 pm
Lawler Park in Frisco is on an exceptional timeline to be extremely successful and profitable in 2012. I am not surprised at all though.
The developer Warren Clark Development is very well known in North Texas real estate. The owners are Warren and Dale Clark. They have created numerous, beautiful new home communities in the past 50 years that the pickiest of buyers couldn’t say no.
Does Cobb Hill in Frisco, Coventry Manor in Southlake or Whitley Place in Prosper ring a bell? They are all the end result of a Warren Clark Development. Read the rest of this entry »
Brad Holden |
November 28th, 2011 at 9:30 pm
The 13th middle school in Frisco ISD will be named for Billy Vandeventer and is scheduled to be completed in May of 2012 and open for the fall. He was the valedictorian of the Frisco High School Class of 1961 who taught in Frisco ISD for 26 years before retiring in 2003.
Vandeventer will be located on Independence on the East side of Richwoods. Under the current proposal, there will be an estimated 759 students. The following communities/neighborhoods proposed to attend Vanderventer are: Bella Vida Apartments, Castlebrook at Ridgeview, Courtney Manor Apartments, Estancia at Ridgeview Ranch, Fairway Villas at Ridgeview, Fairways of Ridgeview, Hunters Creek, Legends at Ridgeview Ranch, Ridgeview Ranch, Ridgeview Ranch Estates, Turnbridge Manor and Villas at Ridgeview Ranch.
One of the most interesting concepts that the school district and Richwoods are discussing is an entry gate towards the back of the school that would allow Richwoods students to enter and leave directly into the community.
Not to mention there is also another Frisco ISD Elementary School planned near the other new home development to the North of Richwoods called Lawler Park.
Sounds very convenient if you ask me!