While home sales in The Woodlands have slowed in part by softening oil prices, the apartment market has continued to hold steady.
“The answer is very simple — people like to live in The Woodlands. It’s definitely a good place to live, and it’s definitely a proven, known situation...I want to be where I know people want to live."
"One of the great things about The Woodlands is that most of the action takes place in the same general area. This means you can go to dinner, catch a concert or movie, and enjoy a late-night dessert or game of pool all without moving your car."
“Let The Woodlands be designed to show the country a better way to urbanize America,'” said Mitchell in an interview for our book.
Valencia and Irvine in southern California as well as the Woodlands and Cinco Ranch on the fringes of Houston have continued to thrive, and generally outperform their less planned alternatives.