The Woodlands

The Woodlands is a master planned community, comprised of several “villages” Each of which has their own neighborhoods, schools, shopping and entertainment.

Zip Codes for the Woodlands are 77354   77380  77381   77382   77384 and 77385

Village of Alden Bridge: Northwest corner of development. Bordered by FM 2978 on the West and FM 1488 and the Jones State Forest on the North

Village of Cochran’s Crossing: location of The Woodlands High School. Named for the Grogan-Cochran Lumber Mill

Village of College Park: location of Lone Star College. This village includes the area around State Highway 242 and the Harper’s Landing neighborhood east of I-45

Village of Creekside Park: The last new village development to be undertaken by The Woodlands Development Company. A portion lies inside Harris County. Creekside Park is planned to have 5,516 single-family production homes, 541 age 55 and over homes, 738 multi-family residences, and 298 Custom Homes and Estate Homes in the gated community of Carlton Woods Creekside

Village of Grogan’s Mill: The Woodlands’ first neighborhood. Located near the Town Center. Named for the former Grogan-Cochran Lumber Mill

Village of Indian Springs: The smallest of the villages, it lies on the northern border of Spring Creek.

Village of Panther Creek: The Woodlands’ second neighborhood. Borders the west shore of Lake Woodlands

Village of Sterling Ridge: location of The Woodlands High School Ninth Grade Campus. Includes the gated community of Carlton Woods, which initially existed as a village in its own right

The Town Center: is primarily commercial development. Location of Market Street, The Waterway District, The Woodlands Mall and The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion, along with hotels and a convention center (formerly known as “Metro Center”).

Grogans Point – An estate section within the Village of Grogans Mill. Features larger lots (approx 3/4 acre)

ref: wikipedia

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