Cinco Ranch to hold grand opening for final new section of homes

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After 25 years of construction, the master-planned community of Cinco Ranch is preparing to open its final new section of homes. 

Toll Brothers, a builder, plans to host a “Model Grand Opening Party” on Saturday, marking an end of an era of sorts.

With hot dogs, snow cones and a balloon artist, the event will advertise homes in Cinco Ranch’s last remaining piece: the Enclave at Ridgefield Heights.

“It is significant,” said David Assid, a Toll Brothers division president. “It is the last section ever for Cinco Ranch.” 

Located in the Katy area, Cinco Ranch first opened in 1991. The development drew thousands of families with its manicured lawns, spacious homes and carefully selected amenities.

It was firm on the list of national top-selling communities and had nearly sold out when some of the final homes began going up last November. 

In all, the community has about 14,750 homes with 250 left to sell, Newland Communities spokesperson Heather Gustafson wrote in an email. 

The Enclave at Ridgefield Heights will have 54 homes in the gated community, Assid said. They have sold six so far. 

Home designs range from 2,500 to 3,700 square feet, priced from the low $400,000’s, according to an event flier. Those wishing to attend the Saturday event, scheduled to occur from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m., are asked to email 

“I would hope a lot of people come out and see us,” Assid said.

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