Is everything bigger in Texas? We’re about to find out.
The Empire Communities team is proud to announce our first new homebuilding venture in the U.S. market with the launch of Dellrose, an exciting new community. Located in Cypress, Texas, the 600-acre master-planned community is one of the newest residential developments in the Northwest Houston area.
In the last few years Empire Continental Land has been strategically entering into the Texas market on the land development side of the business with a combination of master-planned and in-fill communities under development in both Houston and Austin. Dellrose will mark the debut of our innovative and sustainable home designs south of the border, where Empire Communities will build approximately 300 new homes as part of the 600 acre Dellrose community.
The community includes a variety of single-family home designs from a renowned line-up of reputable builders including Beazer Homes, CalAtlantic Homes, Plantation Homes, Princeton Classic Homes and coming in January 2017, Empire.
Dellrose is a community that emphasizes family and active living and will feature an abundance of amenities such as a resort-style pool, splash pad, parks, trails, tennis courts, and a Resident Clubhouse with courtyard including an outdoor fireplace. Residents and their children will have access to the highly acclaimed Waller Independent School District, with a proposed elementary school right in the community.
Empire is also excited to have three industry veterans join our U.S. homebuilding division to lead our new community and development projects. James Miller will take the helm as Division President, Carl “Wade” Bradow Jr. will serve as Executive Vice President and John S. Arditi, CPA joins as Controller.
Stay tuned as we share more updates and special announcements about Dellrose and our activities in Texas on our blog, and on the Dellrose Facebook Page. You can register here to ensure you never miss an update. In the meantime, check out our photos on site at the Empire Dellrose groundbreaking.