WILLIAMSON COUNTY, Texas — Development partners and Williamson County community leaders recently gathered to break ground on Nolina, a new master-planned community in the Georgetown-Florence area.
According to a press release, representatives from the City of Florence, the Florence Chamber of Commerce, Florence ISD and the Georgetown Emergency Services Districted joined with development partners to commemorate the groundbreaking of the 524-acre community located off of Ronald Reagan Boulevard, about eight miles north of Highway 29.
The community is planed for 1,341 single-family homes, with six model homes slated to open this summer when home sales begin. At this time, pricing hasn't been determined.
"We are excited to bring this project to market," said Michael Cox, president of Johnson Development Services, an affiliate of Johnson Development Corp. "Nolina has an exceptional location, impressive builder partners and well-planned amenities – it should resonate with area home buyers."
The release stated that in addition to the property's natural features, the Wildflower House Amenity Center – scheduled to open early next year – will include a pool, splash pad, playground, dog park and more. An onsite "Director of Fun" will also plan frequent resident activities.
Much of the Nolina community will be zoned for schools in Florence ISD, though a small portion of will be zoned for Georgetown ISD. Nolina residents will have a Georgetown address.
The release stated that this will be the first Johnson Development Services community in the Austin area, but the second for Johnson Development Corp., which also develops the 530-acre Bryson community in Leander.
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