Our Woodlands. Our Future.

Residential

The Woodlands has been one of the best-selling master planned communities in Texas and in the nation. Residential units were once expected to reach near 70,000 units. There was a decrease in residential units affected by both the 1980s economic crisis and September 11, 2001. Currently, over 51,000 residential units are expected upon completion of The Woodlands, and projections are running as scheduled. The graph above was plotted using data from The Woodlands Community Facts.

August 15th, 2018 - Mike Bass

Most Woodlands Residents normally pay little attention to the requirements of our Restrictive Covenants and Standards (collectively called Deed Restrictions) or their enforcement. At least until they want to make improvements or major repairs to their property. But when they purchased their... Read More

March 16th, 2018 - Charles Frantes

The 32nd Annual Economic Outlook Conference hosted by The Woodlands Area Chamber of Commerce gathered local businesses, community leaders, elected officials, and corporate executives and advisors to provide valuable insight into local community developments and projected economic growth in... Read More

January 25th, 2018 - Charles Frantes

Speaking for myself, the demeanor of "The Dreamer" appearing to be in a blissful and meditative state represents the subtle inner peace and tranquility I feel when I come home to The Woodlands and am surrounded by the lush greenery and healthy forest of pine trees that I grew up in. This feeling... Read More

January 9th, 2018 - Charles Frantes

“We’re incredibly excited about this, and it is something we’ve been trying to put together for a couple years now. I don’t know if many of you know, we have 2200 hotel rooms available in The Woodlands every single night," said Bruce Rieser, Chairman of the board at Visit The Woodlands... Read More

December 18th, 2017 - Mike Bass

Did you know The Woodlands has more public art per capita than any other community in the United States? We have over 36 pieces of art residing in the public domain and another 30 plus pieces residing on private property. The problem is…too few people know this amazing fact and too few Woodlands... Read More

November 1st, 2017 - Charles Frantes

Through the passion they display with their hard work and triumph in the face of adversity, the Astros represent the indefatigable willpower of the city that was knocked off its feet but has gotten right back up again.

When they win tonight, the Astros will give their fans something to... Read More

September 25th, 2017 - Amy Lecocq

Please join the four Township Candidates and The Voter Awareness Council at the Black Walnut Cafe for an informal opportunity to meet the candidates on the November 7, 2017 ballot. This is an opportunity to thank John McMullan (Position 5), Ann Snyder (Position 6), Laura Fillault (Position 7)... Read More

September 22nd, 2017 - Charles Frantes

The foundation will enrich fine art culture in The Woodlands not only with its in-house exhibits and classes but externally as well, with permanent public art pieces, local business art projects, and sponsorship of community art festivals. It will also sponsor trips and outings to local and... Read More

August 29th, 2017 - The Woodlands In Focus
The grounds are saturated, rivers and creeks continue to swell. Areas that flooded in 1994 will be inundated with water again. If you are in a low lying area prone to flooding, you need to get to higher ground now. We have several Red Cross Shelters open and receiving evacuees. If you receive a... Read More
August 10th, 2017 - Ashton Herring

Benjamin Franklin wrote, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. When it comes to saving lives, Montgomery County Hospital District knows how true this is. Minutes count in heart attacks, choking and other potentially deadly incidents. The people who are in the room when something... Read More

June 23rd, 2017 - Amy Lecocq

Our tagline is “Because Art Matters” and we believe that art enriches individuals and communities. No great civilization has ever existed without art. By enhancing the quality of life, arts help attract and keep residents and businesses in our area. A Cultural Arts Center would spur additional... Read More

August 7th, 2016 - The Woodlands In Focus

And they are doing, if you look around Houston at all the midrise apartments all within 20-30 blocks of Houston, The Woodlands is building them to begin with. The Condos and apartments, right in the major, major center, right where the water taxi goes and the other things. And they are trying... Read More

July 23rd, 2016 - Robert Heineman

Every year since 1976, The Woodlands Development Company has compiled a “Community Facts” sheet containing, among other things, current and projected ultimate... Read More

July 6th, 2016 - The Woodlands In Focus

On October 19, 1974, The Woodlands celebrated its grand opening and the introduction of this new community to the Houston marketplace. Progress over the years has been achieved through the collaborative efforts of our employees, residents, governmental agencies, churches, civic organizations... Read More

July 5th, 2016 - Robert Heineman

The Woodlands was always envisioned as a “complete” community with a major employment center where one can “live, work, play and learn.” The economics of land development dictates, with rare exceptions, “rooftops first” followed by commercial development and employment. Therefore, the... Read More

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