Light Farms Plans to be a very unique Development!
Light Farms is slated to be an 806 acre Master–Planned Community located in Collin County, Texas. The uniqueness of this community might just blow you away, but is a very good fit to be in Texas.
(Here is where I learned about this massive, unique community from Candace, click here!)
The development is planned to include an unbelievable combination of amenities including over an 100 acre regional park, a community center that will have a Junior-Olympic pool and recreational pool, a normal state-of-the art fitness center, parks scattered throughout, many green belts, lakes scattered throughout, and a must in new developments hike-and-bike trails.
Now here is the wild part! Also planned are a series of natural waterfalls and water ways. Among the highlights are two meticulously restored barns obtained from upstate New York – roughly 200 years old – that are slated to be incorporated into the design of the main amenity center and sales office.
WOW! I sure hope the Republic Property Group can pull this one off!
“Light Farms is ideally located in what is commonly referred to as the “Golden Corridor”, the area between Preston Road and the Dallas North Tollway and is less than 15 minutes from fine shopping, dining, entertainment and sports facilities in Frisco and McKinney,” the Repulic Property Group website states. In looking at a map, it is in a direct line of the growth going north directly down the tollroad. But don’t make plans just yet.
There are a couple of miles between the location and Eldorado Parkway in Frisco. What does this mean? This place is so before it’s time its unreal!
Construction of the community’s infrastructure is underway and will be followed by lot development, construction of entrance monuments and amenities. At build out, Light Farms will be home to approximately 2,700 families.
So call me first and let me explain. Don’t get me wrong, I’m sure it will be phenomenal!
But Celina RPG? Really?!?! Start in 2013? It’s hard enough for me to get people to consider Prosper and now put all of this money in Celina in 2013?
I would be nervous!