Best neighborhood you’ve ever lived in. (No pressure.)

Our Fort Bend location is the #1 most diverse county in Texas, and the runner-up best county to call home. So we’re building on these laurels—with a mix of homes that match what you and your neighbors are looking for. Plus, what you might need later.

Find your home

Choose your builder, price, size, outdoor space, even neighborhood vibe.

Get to know our home types

Our single-family homes, townhomes, and duets (our take on duplexes) come in a variety of architectural styles and yard sizes, which range from playdates-and-heirloom-tomatoes large to easier and more modest. For our debut, we’re starting with three of Texas' top homebuilders: David Weekley Homes, Empire Communities, and Highland Homes.

Arms length


Our single-family homes are detached (in the architectural, not emotional, sense). That means no shared walls or driveways.

A stone's throw


An urban feel is embodied in a classic townhome, which is three stories. They might have multiple shared walls, but no shared driveway. 

A bit more breathing room


Our duplexes maximize space, with connected pairs of homes. There’s just one shared wall.

You’ll be part of a close-knit neighborhood and a highly walkable one too.

 The feel is a little urban buzz, here in the burbs. Waving from your front porch is part of your day-to-day, and so is grabbing what you need—or planning a hangout—at our town center, Indigo Commons.

Meet our builders

Our builders go back decades, have top-tier customer service, and maintain a stellar reputation in Texas.

Home styles with personality

Find the design that makes the most sense for your life, and start imagining your home in the neighborhood you’ve always wanted.


Our most traditional style. It’s refreshingly simplified and unfussy, but enriched with textured facades. With thoughtful colors and asymmetry, this style is equal parts inviting, classic, and joyful.



The perennial favorite. Sleek, clean lines bring a modern spirit to farmhouse charm. There’s an airy flow between indoors and out, plus tall windows and A-frame roofs for an expansive, sunlit feel.



A western icon. These homes ramble, and we’re all ears. Expressive designs include rectangular plans with low-pitched rooflines, equal parts grand and welcoming. Single- and two-story.



Bold but timeless. Generous windows on modular designs mean an abundance of natural light illuminating new materials and organic details. Colors and materials aren’t afraid to be bold, in doses.

Take a tour

Check out the model homes you can see, tour, and get inspired by IRL.