Updates on Kings Creek – The edible forest

Updated 1/25/16 – According to Council member Dave Martin the Kings Creek project on Sorters McClellan Rd near 59 will not be build because of the downturn in the economy.

New Caney ISD has purchased the property. – Source, The Tribune

Kings Creek the master planned, mixed-use development by David Development Group and Welty Building Company has provided new 3D Rendering of KINGS CREEK, and The LOFTS @ KINGS CREEK.

Located off of Highway -59 near Sorters McClellan Road, Kings Creek or the “edible forest” will have a sustainable park with an  forest wherein they will grow citrus, pear, pecan, walnut, and olive trees.

Five (5) miles of solar powered hike and bike trails, sustainable condominiums and restaurants with roof top organic farming, rain harvesting and ionizing rainwater.

The development will also feature

  • One million square feet of class A office space,
  • 2 Tier-One Hotels consisting of over 150 rooms each
  • Retail space,
  • Food Forest,
  • Restaurants,
  • Financial services,
  • Luxury residential living, featuring an indoor theater, swimming pools, and fitness centers.
  • Dog Park,
  • Central pond,
  • Beach Volleyball Court,
  • Gazebo and Overlook

For more information, visit www.kingscreekdevelopment.com