Gray Point Homes Brings Townhomes to Pflugerville, Texas

Townhome Groundbreak

Cardinal Crossing Brings Easy, Affordable Living to the Austin Area

Gray Point Homes officially broke ground on the highly anticipated community of Cardinal Crossing, a new 187 unit residential townhome community located in Pflugerville, TX. For Gray Point Homes, which operates under the Gehan Homes family of brands, opening this attached community is indicative of the company’s continued investment in their product portfolio to gain market share.  

“Gray Point Homes is excited to offer new townhomes in Austin at Cardinal Crossing” said Tom Stevenson, Austin Division President, Gehan/Gray Point Homes, “The neighborhood addresses the need for affordable homes in the area, with a convenient location and excellent schools. The interest in this community gives us a high level of confidence in the demand for new homes in this submarket.”

The move to offer townhomes for the first time in the homebuilder’s 25-year history demonstrates their plan to diversify and add pricing segmentation across Texas and Arizona. “Cardinal Crossing is another example of Gehan Homes’ and Gray Point Homes’ ability to deliver new product to meet the consumers need for more affordable housing. Since transitioning to a wholly owned subsidiary of Sumitomo Forestry of America 3 years ago; we have systematically diversified our product portfolio. Adding 3 new product lines in the past 2 years has afforded us the unique ability to address the real estate market’s biggest challenge in 2019 – affordability”, said John Winniford, CEO of Gehan Homes. 

Cardinal Crossing is located less than 2 miles from both I-35 and 130 with easy access to Downtown Austin and Round Rock. The neighborhood is within a 15 minute drive to Dell, The Arboretum and the Domain. Well-appointed floor plans are available ranging from 1,700 SF to 2,100 SF. Pre-selling will begin in the next several weeks and interested buyers are invited visit Gray Point Homes for more information.

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