February 09, 2022 / Residential

GHBA, Bold Fox Development partner on Benefit Homes Project

The GHBA is working in conjunction with Bold Fox Development and managing shareholder Alex Kamkar in 2022, on the GHBA’s 42nd annual charity fundraiser, the Benefit Homes Project. Kamkar has committed to help secure lot donations within his communities in the near future. 

Venetian Pines SignBold Fox Development, launched in mid-2019, has several communities under development. Venetian Pines in Conroe is a 45-acre community near Airport Road and Loop 336, with the first homes under way last year. Empire Communities and Chesmar Homes committed to build there with pricing from the mid-$200,000s.

The community focuses on bringing the area’s natural beauty straight to the homeowners’ front door. When completed, Venetian Pines residents will be inspired to get outdoors and explore. They will have the opportunity to enjoy fishing in the amenity pond, hiking and biking the community’s tree-lined trails, playing in the neighborhood “parkettes,” and spending time with neighbors.

Bold Fox Development is also developing a 20.8-acre tract in Tomball, with lots slated to go to builders this spring. Located in proximity to of Texas 249 at the northwest corner of Cherry Street and Holderrieth Street, the gated community will have 31 55-foot homesites and 34 60-foot homesites. There will also be a community park and approximately 3 acres of open space. Chesmar Homes will be the exclusive builder in the community, with pricing to be announced.

“We are thrilled to be working with Alex Kamkar and Bold Fox Development for the Benefit Homes Project to identify upcoming lot donations,” said Scott Merovitch, city president for Chesmar Homes and the Benefit Homes Project chair.

Bold Fox also has closed on 470 acres in Waller for a new agrarian-inspired residential community called Attwater along U.S. 290, FM 362 and Owens Road.

Bold Fox is partnering with HistoryMaker Homes, Chesmar Homes and Empire Communities in Attwater, which will have 1,200 homes.

Source: https://www.chron.com/sponsored/article/GHBA-Bold-Fox-Development-partner-on-Benefit-16829777.php

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