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Solid Demand

Sundance Cove offers a unique, much-needed solution to this growing demand. This is the one place where luxury living is available at the water’s edge, and factory workers and managers can afford to live intertwined — not only with each other, but also with nature.

With the expansions of FlexSteel Pipeline Technologies (130 jobs added in 2014) and the forthcoming expansions of the Port of Houston, Chevron Phillips and Bayer Material Science, the area is in desperate need of a community to absorb a growing market.

ExxonMobil Chemical, the largest employment and financial base within the southeastern Houston region, operates over 10 plants in Baytown, with the Baytown refinery being the largest in the United States. Turkish pipe-mill manufacturer, Borusan Mannesmann, joined the area’s employment roster in 2013, making the need for new housing more crucial than ever.

But now, like a sunset on the water,
opportunity is shining.

Houston’s booming business market has caused a spike in housing demand, as well as created a need to find a place to exhale.

This community also offers access to a highly sought after school district. Without a doubt, the Crosby Independent School District is growing by leaps and bounds — 22 percent from 2004-2014, with a growth rate of 26 percent expected over the next 10 years. In fact, from 2014-2015, Crosby I.S.D. grew as much as it had grown in the previous four years combined.

With its promise of proximity and back-yardto- bass-boat living, Sundance Cove offers a booming market an optimal setting.

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EAST HOUSTON GROWTH: Houston readies for opening of Panama Canal expansion

Sundance Cove is in a position to capture demand for communities in northeast Houston as the region continues to grow, both in terms of employment and population/households.

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"HIS FORECAST CALLS FOR HOUSTON TO GAIN 40,000 JOBS THIS YEAR AND ANOTHER 40,000 NEXT YEAR. THE EAST SIDE WILL HELP LIFT HOUSTON’S OVERALL ECONOMY."

— Nancy Sarnoff,
Houston Chronicle
January 30, 2015