Colorado-based Century Communities Inc., one of the nation’s largest homebuilders, is expanding its footprint in South Texas with four new communities, with one each in Seguin, New Braunfels, Converse and Far West San Antonio.
The company, which has eight communities in the San Antonio area, has begun work on three of the new single-family communities outside San Antonio.
The first, Millican Grove, will deliver 387 new homes in Converse, just off Interstate 10 near North Graytown Road, with prices starting at about $170,000. Century Communities will handle all aspects of the project, from land development to home building. Homes will range in size from 1,200 to 2,400 square feet with various configurations.
Farther out on I-10, 500 units are planned in a community called Hiddenbrooke. The neighborhood will feature nearly 6 acres of green space, including trails, playgrounds, grilling areas and a soccer field, according to the community’s site map. The development, right off Texas Highway 46, will be built in four phases and feature homes ranging from 1,205 to 2,409 square feet.
Century’s third new community — Solms Preserve — is on TX-46 a few minutes south of I-35 on Farm-to-Market Road 725 outside San Antonio. Solms Preseve will deliver 84 single-family homes with prices starting at about $170,000. Like Millican Grove, homes will range in size from 1,200 to 2,400 square feet. Solms Preserve will also offer residents walking trails and a play area for children.
The fourth community on the Far West Side is Century Communities’ largest community in South Texas to date. The gated, master-planned community along Texas Highway 211 and West Grosenbacher Road is called Ladera. Century Communities will deliver 20 homes during the first phase of construction, with hundreds more expected.
Available floor plans will range from 1,869 to 2,760 square feet with prices starting at about $250,000. In total, the community will stretch across 1,100 acres and include an extension of the Lucas Creek Greenway near a future Medina Valley Independent School District Elementary School. Along TX-211, the community’s site map also has set aside land for future commercial and multifamily development.
“We are excited about our continued expansion in San Antonio,” Jason Battistoni, San Antonio division president of Century Communities, said in a statement. “We are thrilled to add these … communities to our offerings.”