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  • TheWoodlands.com
    "One of founder George Mitchell’s original goals for The Woodlands was to provide a variety of housing choices within each village with higher density housing located adjacent to or within the Village Center. Creekside Park Apartments is consistent with this goal by expanding the existing housing choices available in the Village of Creekside Park to include a high quality rental opportunity for residents,” said Robert Heineman, Vice President, Planning and Design for The Woodlands Development Company.
  • Hello Woodlands
    Chairman Bunch addressed the importance of The Woodlands for visitor dollars. The 14 hotel properties in The Woodlands collectively have over 820,000 hotel room nights available each year, Bunch said. “We have developed into a great destination for corporate and convention meetings.“ Tax revenue generated by the tourism industry is invested back into improving The Woodlands Township infrastructure and programs, he said.
  • TravelingMom.com
    A master planned community founded in 1974, this family-friendly destination is all about preserving trees and protecting the environment. No urban sprawl here, just playgrounds, parks, pools, lakes, trails galore.
  • TravelingMom.com
    If you’re traveling to Houston for the Super Bowl, you may want to escape some of the crowds while you’re there. We can’t think of a better place to plan your escape to then The Woodlands. Here are the top four reasons we keep going back and why you need to visit and/or stay at The Woodlands.
  • Community Impact Newspaper
    1. The Texas Legislature convenes Tuesday in Austin, and local legislators from The Woodlands area have already filed numerous bills. One of the big priorities for state Rep. Mark Keough, R-The Woodlands, is property tax reform to alleviate the growing burden of rising appraisals. State Sen. Brandon Creighton, R-Conroe, also co-authored Senate Bill 2 with Sen. Paul Bettencourt, R-Houston, which touches on almost all aspects of the state’s property tax system.
  • Houston Chronicle
    A subsidiary of Sterling Construction Company, Inc., the publicly traded civil construction company based in The Woodlands, is the selected bidder for part of a redevelopment project at Salt Lake City International Airport. Ralph L. Wadsworth Construction Co., has been awarded the $66 million bid for a 2,000-foot bridge that will tie in to an elevated roadway to the airport's terminal, concourse, parking structure and gateway buildings.
  • Community Impact Newspaper
    The Woodlands Township and The Woodlands Development Company will concentrate reforestation efforts in the Village of Creekside Park in 2017. This practice is in accordance with The Woodlands founder George Mitchell’s environmentally centered vision, according to township and Development Company officials.
  • Community Impact Newspaper
    In the past 12 months, The Woodlands Mall has constructed two new parking garages that have added 300 spaces to accommodate shoppers. In addition to being free, both garages also have external signage indicating available parking spaces inside.
  • Woodlands Online
    Truven estimates that if all cardiovascular providers in the United States performed at the level of this year's winners, more than 9,000 additional lives could be saved, more than 6,000 more heart patients could be complication-free and more than $1.4 billion could be saved in medical costs.
  • Community Impact Newspaper
    Josh Urban, senior vice president and CEO of Memorial Hermann The Woodlands Hospital, said The Woodlands is becoming the medical center of North Houston, and Memorial Hermann The Woodlands Hospital is continuing to grow to meet the needs of residents.

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