In the news
Since the Grand Oaks Reserve was announced, it has been featured in numerous news articles. Follow the links below to read the buzz about the project.
Two years after breaking ground on its first homes, Grand Oaks Reserve has more than three dozen houses completed or under construction. The master-planned community, located at the east end of the SH 105 bypass and SH 321 in Cleveland, is a 600-acre residential community that eventually will be built out for more than 900 homes.
Workers spent the good part of the week pouring the foundations for what will be a model home park in the front of the subdivision while excavators and bulldozers continue digging out the 40-acre detention pond along the backside of the property. Phase 1 of the project was estimated to cost around $110 million.
The City of Cleveland welcomed a group of Chinese investors and dignitaries Wednesday, Aug. 16, at a ceremony to recognize residential and commercial developments that will shape the city’s future for generations. China’s Dalian Yihai Enterprise Group, which owns McKinley Development, has already invested $10 million to create a 600-acre residential community called Grand Oaks Reserve
A simple list helped decide a complicated question for Liberty County Commissioners at their most recent meeting. Faced with the tough decision on what to do with a new development and the county’s participation in the project, commissioners, except for the absent Pct. 3 Commissioner Boo Reaves, turned to a pad and pen with two categories to make their decision.
The City of Cleveland’s economic growth cannot be denied as L Squared Engineering Founder Levi Love discussed two new construction projects during the March 2 Greater Cleveland Chamber of Commerce luncheon. Cleveland is undergoing a number of real estate development projects through McKinley Development Group.
What a difference a decade makes. Ten years ago, the city of Cleveland lost its only golf course with the closure of Kirbywood. However, the city will soon have three separate 9-hole courses in the Grand Oaks Subdivision that promise to be challenging for seasoned players, yet with enough options so that novices will not become discouraged while they learn the game of golf.
Willis, Tex.-based McKinley Homebuilders has opened five new model homes in its Grand Oaks Reserve master-planned community in Cleveland, Tex., which opened for new home sales on February 28th. The Houston-area development could contain up to 1,000 new homes across 750 acres at full build-out, plus multi-story grand and economy condominium developments, with prices starting at $200,000. A total of 21 single- and two-story floor plans will be available for buyers to choose from.
McKinley Homebuilders Inc., the builder behind the Grand Oaks Reserve development in Cleveland, came home with two honors following an awards ceremony hosted by the Golden Eagle Real Estate Alliance of American (GEAA) at Houston Baptist University’s Dunham Theater on Saturday. The Golden Eagle Awards recognize outstanding Asian real estate companies, individuals, developers and leaders in the real estate industry.