Category Archives: Light Farms

Celina’s Light Farms community plans new neighborhood for older buyers

Celina’s Light Farms community in Collin County, already one of North Texas’ most successful residential projects, hopes to woo older buyers with a new neighborhood. The 1,070-acre development is adding a phase of housing for active older residents. Called Sweetwater, the neighborhood will have single-story homes built by Taylor Morrison. Developer Republic Property Group says the […]

Light Farms in Celina Adds Newport Homebuilders

Will feature 3,311 – 5,349 square foot plans along with fully customizable options with prices starting in the $630,000s. Developers at Light Farms, the fast-growing 1,070-acre community located along the Prosper and Celina border in North Texas, announced Newport Homebuilders as a new home builder in the community’s Parkview neighborhood. A Newport model home is […]

Light Farms adds Newport Homebuilders to Extensive Builder Selection in Celina

CELINA, Texas (April 9, 2018) –  Developers at Light Farms, the fast-growing 1,070-acre community located along the Prosper and Celina border in North Texas, announced Newport Homebuilders as a new homebuilder in the community’s Parkview neighborhood. A Newport model home is currently under construction at 4004 Brighton Blvd with fourteen 80 foot lots from Newport […]

Not enough houses to go around as Toyota moves to Plano

Editor’s note: Starting May 15, Toyota begins moving about 250 employees a week into its new corporate campus in Plano. Throughout this week, The Dallas Morning News examines the impact of the highly anticipated move on Plano, traffic, housing and charitable giving. If you’re having trouble finding a house, blame it on Toyota — and […]

A new kind of green: Developers trade golf courses for hiking trails, gardens to draw buyers

A few decades ago, the go-to centerpiece for many master-planned communities was a golf course, with buyers clamoring for homes that backed up to the green whether they were avid players or not. Today, golf courses have faded from favor in new communities, giving way to more inclusive amenities, such as extensive trail networks, education […]