Studio RED Plays Pivotal Role in Houston’s Master-Planned Communities Growth

Studio RED Architects continues to play a pivotal role in Houston’s growing master-planned communities market. With its hand in four of the area’s newest communities, Studio RED has been staying busy designing the communities’ respective recreation and amenity centers, giving residents a place to unwind, socialize, workout and more.

Newland Communities’ Elyson master-planned community in Katy is home to the Rorick House, designed by Studio RED. This 9,000-square-foot recreational amenity and new home information center features a clubhouse with fitness center, meeting room, game room and an event lawn. It also features playgrounds, as well as a pool with lap lanes, sunbathing shelves and a beach entry. Its design draws inspiration from prairie style architecture, while incorporating traditional Texas elements.

Jordan Ranch
Johnson Development Corp. recently held a grand opening for its master-planned community in Fulshear. The Shed, Jordan Ranch’s 6,000-square-foot recreation center, was designed by Studio RED and will feature a pool, lazy river, splash pad, dog park, clubhouse and cardio room, which can transform into a banquet hall as needed. The activity center includes a breezeway, which allows for cross ventilation, as well as the ability to expand activities past the interior into the outside area.

Harvest Green
Studio RED also designed this master-planned community’s recreational center, The Promenade. The 9,000-square-foot community center is designed to host various community events and activities. It is comprised of a 1,120-square-foot health and wellness activity room and massage area and a 1,790-square-foot cardio and circuit training room. It also features a 2,210-square-foot multi-purpose room for special events. The site will also include a public pool, event lawn, outdoor amphitheater, splash pad and playground.

First Colony Community Association’s master-planned community, Creekshire, is getting a makeover. Studio RED has redesigned the community’s 1,000-square-foot pool building, which will get a complete demolition and redesign. The new building will be home to pool equipment rooms, restrooms and storage for the pool complex.

The Houston Business Journal recently discussed both Elyson and Jordan Ranch more in depth in its Oct. 24 issue. You can read the article in its entirety here.

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