HOUSTON, TX – The Johnson Development Corp. was announced as the winner in nine categories, more than any other developer, at the Greater Houston Builder’s Association 2013 PRISM awards recognizing the industry’s top performers in sales, marketing and development.
Most notably, the company won the GHBA’s Grand PRISM as Developer of the Year. Johnson Development also won a PRISM for Humanitarian of the Year for its support of events and causes in its master-planned communities.
“Giving back to the communities we develop is the right thing to do,” says Doug Goff, chief operating officer of The Johnson Development Corp. “It’s been the cornerstone of our company since it was founded. We’re very honored to receive this recognition.”
Two of Johnson Development’s master-planned communities, Cross Creek Ranch and Woodforest, also grabbed their share of the spotlight by picking up PRISM awards in several categories.
Cross Creek, a west Houston community, won PRISM awards for Entrance of the Year, Sales Information Center of the Year, Signage of the Year, Model Home Park of the Year and Sales Brochure of the Year. Woodforest was announced as the winner of PRISM awards for Direct Mail Piece of the Year and Print Ad of the Year.
Both are among the nation’s top-selling master-planned communities.
About The Johnson Development Corp.
The Johnson Development Corp. is a Houston-based, award-winning residential and commercial land development company. For more than three decades, the company has set the standard for successful master-planned communities in Houston, Atlanta and other markets around the country. Its impressive collection of Houston-area communities includes Riverstone, Sienna Plantation, Cross Creek Ranch, Woodforest, Fall Creek, Tuscan Lakes, Edgewater, Harmony, Willow Creek Farms, Silverlake and Imperial Sugar Land. Johnson Development’s communities in Atlanta include Towne Lake, BridgeMill and Lake Arrowhead. The company also provides outsourced development services for property owners, homebuilders and other parties on a fee basis to help realize the potential of their land positions.
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