Even though the stay-at-home order remains in effect, Woodridge Forest residents have something to look forward to in the future: a new stretch of the Grand Parkway.
Crews are continuing to work on a new stretch of the Grand Parkway that will make the commute between Woodridge Forest and other areas of Houston a breeze.
Work is moving into what will be a milestone in the project — putting concrete beams on the new bridges that will travel over US-59. The Grand Parkway spans seven counties and will serve as Houston’s third loop at completion.
The portions being worked on now — segments H and I1 — will connect the corridor between Mont Belvieu, Dayton and New Caney to the other 184 miles of the Grand Parkway. The $894 million project is expected to be completed in 2022 and creates a new stretch of highway between US-59 and Interstate 10. Once segments H and I1 are completed, drivers will be able to travel from the Dayton area to places like New Caney, Spring, Tomball, Cypress, and Katy.
For Woodridge Forest residents, that means that the future will offer easier-than-ever commutes to get to work and supporting the best shopping, dining and entertainment options throughout the Houston area. Read more about it here.
Woodridge Forest’s convenient Kingwood-area location offers the best of both worlds – a peaceful retreat from the big city that’s not too far from everyday conveniences. Take to our builders about building or buying a new home while interest rates are low.