(Conroe, TX—August 6, 2019) AIRIA Development Company announced today its award-winning lineup of builders for ARTAVIA, a 2,842-acre master-planned community in the Montgomery County/Conroe area. Homes in Phase I, consisting of 456 homes, will feature builders Coventry Homes, David Weekley Homes, Highland Homes, J. Patrick Homes, Lennar, Perry Homes, Plantation Homes, Ravenna Homes, and Westin Homes. Prices are expected to range from the $240,000s to the $500,000s with 50-to 70-foot lot sizes. Late this summer, a new model home village will feature 10 models and offer home shoppers the opportunity to see and experience the broad range of housing styles and options that will be available in ARTAVIA.

“We have engaged some of Greater Houston’s premier home builders to contribute their artistry and craftsmanship to ARTAVIA,” said Travis Stone, President of AIRIA Development Company, the developer of ARTAVIA. “Buyers will find a wide variety of floor plans and home sizes that meet the growing demands in the area, from first-time buyers to empty nesters.”

At the heart of ARTAVIA will be a 13-acre community complex overlooking a five-acre lake with paddle boats and a kayak launch area. The complex is being developed to include a contemporary-style clubhouse featuring a 24-hr fitness center, café, and gathering spaces. Surrounding it are intended to be thoughtfully designed areas promoting imaginative play, outdoor living and an active lifestyle. Among those are a meditation rain garden, splash pad, nature exploration area, event lawn, playground and an interconnected forested trail system.

Regularly scheduled events, classes and activities will be facilitated by a community lifestyle manager, creating a community that encourages residents to live colorfully by connecting with the outdoors, bonding with neighbors and forming lasting memories.

Students living in ARTAVIA will attend the highly sought-after Conroe Independent School District, considered to be a destination district with significant growth. ARTAVIA is currently planned to accommodate future Conroe ISD expansion with an on-site future school and has created a Bright Futures partnership with San Jacinto Elementary School to encourage reading among its students. Conroe ISD is estimated to grow from 63,000 to 76,000 students by 2028.

ARTAVIA is located north of the Grand Parkway, midway between I-45 and US 59, and east of FM 1314 on SH 242. The development will bring approximately 5,200 homes to the area, and plans currently include over 120 acres of mixed-use, commercial and retail properties. The build out value is estimated to be $2.4 billion.

With its convenient location, ARTAVIA will afford access to a long list of employment, medical, retail and recreation destinations. For more information and updates, visit artaviatx.com.