Springwoods Village balances nature, urbanism, and diversity. The carefully considered master plan blends homes, retail, offices, schools, and parks, while still protecting the natural ecosystems here. The existing forest and Spring Creek will be protected and preserved utilizing best practices in sustainable design and infrastructure. As the community grows, land will be donated from our 2,000 acres to provide schools, civic and recreation facilities, libraries, and emergency services.
Neighborhoods that help you thrive.
Springwoods Village will ultimately be home to 12-to-15,000 people, within a series of intimate neighborhoods that provide a wide variety of single family and multi-family homes. We are also home to hundreds of acres of forest habitat, wetlands, ponds, and all of the animals and birds native to these ecosystems. The community is designed not only to support all of its inhabitants, but to help them thrive. Learn more about our natural assets and their preservation in Springwoods Village in our About: Nature section.
Corporate life co-exists.
Springwoods Village supports major corporate headquarters and growing companies. ExxonMobil and Southwestern Energy have located their corporate campuses here, along with HP Inc. ABS is situated in the heart of CityPlace. Hewlett Packard Enterprise will soon start construction of its corporate campus in CityPlace. Multi-story office buildings with retail and restaurants at street level are available in CityPlace. The community design connects the CityPlace district to other corporate campuses and residential neighborhoods via bike paths and walking trails.
At the heart of Springwoods Village is CityPlace, a 60-acre mixed-use urban district that features office buildings, a hotel, restaurants, shops, residences, and a lakefront public plaza. It’s a gathering place for the community that celebrates energy, diversity and connection.
What makes our community sustainable?
Our community infrastructure is being executed with a number of sustainable design approaches including bioswales for natural drainage, LED street lighting, reclaimed water from the Springwoods Wastewater Plant for non-potable uses, low-water landscaping for parks and streetscapes.