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The City of Taylor will be recommending City Council approval to welcome a new subdivision from W&B Development in the area located by the Taylor High School at the southeast corner of Carlos G. Parker Blvd. and FM973.
The 67-acre tract of land will house a maximum of 279 lots and includes 9 acres of open space containing a detention pond, home owner’s association maintained park with family friendly amenities and a walking trail. Additional features of the subdivision will feature a pedestrian connection to Taylor High School and increased masonry standards for those home backing FM973.
The homes in this new development area will meet a minimum lot size of 6,000 square feet, will include masonry standards defined as stone, brick, stucco and up to 75 percent of horizontally installed cement based siding and homes will have two car garages and with front and rear porches.
“This subdivision is a big step forward in regards to residential growth and economic vitality in Taylor,” said Isaac Turner, City Manager. “Not only does this development bring in more people to Taylor, ultimately increasing the community’s wealth, but it diversifies our current housing stock and provides growth that is well planned and managed.”
This new subdivision development fits into the City’s larger plans to increase the overall residential and commercial growth in Taylor and meet the goals of the City Council, which includes transportation and infrastructure, economic vitality and quality of life.
The item will be brought forward at the Taylor City Council meeting on March 23rd for a vote. If approved, construction is expected to begin in the summer.