HUFFMAN, Texas, Feb. 12, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- The Signorelli Company, developers of "green" communities, before green was cool, has taken the green concept to a new level. The company's signature community on Lake Houston, The Commons of Lake Houston, is getting a gift for the ages: a 60-acre reserve, to be called The Arboretum at the Waterway. The Arboretum is a peninsula on beautiful Lake Houston. Its extensive shore line on the sandy shores of the lake and the east fork of the San Jacinto River are a conservationist's dream. "The natural habitat and pristine setting has been substantially protected, so residents and guests living in The Commons can enjoy the lake in its natural setting in perpetuity," said Daniel Signorelli, CEO of Signorelli Company.
A low impact park road is also being constructed to wind through the huge park, enabling guests to access various gathering points, including a natural sandy beach created from years of deposits where the river feeds into Lake Houston.
Nature trails weave through The Arboretum, providing a peaceful setting to walk, bike, or jog from one open park area to the next. A boutique marina is also under design for the park allowing canoeing, kayaking, and boating. Birding, hiking, and the great outdoors, are all heavily supported by The Signorelli Company, and this park will surely be a crown jewel from a developer who cares as much about the land as they do about the communities they develop.
SOURCE The Commons of Lake Houston