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CYPRESS, TX (Jan. 29, 2013) – With the nearly one-mile extension of the Cypress Creek Nature Trail and introduction of a new mountain bike trail, the master-planned community of Bridgeland continues its efforts to make the Cypress Creek Corridor accessible to residents.

The eventual six-mile Cypress Creek Nature Trail winds through the historic corridor, a 1,000-acre nature area and creek system bordering Bridgeland’s northern boundary. A mix of pathways defines the trail, with paved sidewalks leading to the main path, which features decomposed granite. Secondary trails composed of rustic wood chips weave through densely wooded areas. With the extension, which should open by the first of March, approximately 2.5 miles of the main trail will be available for resident use.

The mountain bike trail runs parallel to the nature trail and Cypress Creek, extending for nearly one mile. It connects with the main trail in several areas.

In March, Bridgeland will advertise for bids on the production and installation of educational signage and seating areas to view the wildlife along the pathway, continuing the effort started when the Cypress Creek Nature Trail first opened.

“Signage along the new trail will pertain to wildlife seen in the area — armadillos, woodpeckers, white tail deer — and other interesting items, such as forest succession, the hydrologic cycle and the Cypress Creek watershed,” said Peter Houghton, vice president of master planned communities for Bridgeland. “It’s a nice touch that has proven popular with residents and we hope it will be of interest to teachers and students when Bridgeland’s first elementary opens nearby in the fall.”

Preserving the Cypress Creek Corridor and making it accessible to residents is part of Bridgeland’s overall environmental plan, which strives to bridge the area’s rich natural landscape and residential development. In the early stages of development, planners devised a multi-faceted and meaningful land use plan that supports the legacy of the Katy Prairie, widespread environmental initiatives, passive and active recreation for residents and community infrastructure, Houghton said.

“The careful cultivation of the Cypress Creek Nature Trail is indicative of future development in other areas of Bridgeland, such as the Langham Creek Corridor,” he said.

Ranked fourth in Houston and 15th in the nation for 2012 sales, Bridgeland is known for its array of amenities. Approximately 3,000 of its 11,400 acres are designated for open space and recreation, with several large-scale amenities already in use. Learn more about Bridgeland, a wholly owned subsidiary of The Howard Hughes Corporation and part of The Woodlands Development Company, at

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Bridgeland Cypress Creek Nature Trail

An extension of the Cypress Creek Nature Trail in Bridgeland will include a new amenity for residents — a mountain bike trail. The nearly one-mile extension and the bike path are expected to be open by the first of March.

About Bridgeland

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Bridgeland is an 11,400-acre master planned community in Cypress, Texas, located between U.S. 290 and Interstate 10 on Fry Road and bisected by a segment of the Grand Parkway scheduled for completion in late 2013. Managed by The Woodlands Development Company, Bridgeland and The Woodlands share the same development philosophy and benefit from The Woodlands’ 40 years of successful real estate development. Both communities are listed among the top-selling master planned communities in Texas and the nation and offer a wide variety of housing options, extensive outdoor recreation and a focus on environmental preservation. For more information, visit

About The Howard Hughes Corporation

The Howard Hughes Corporation owns, manages and develops commercial, residential and mixed-use real estate throughout the U.S. Its properties include master planned communities, operating properties, development opportunities and other unique assets spanning 18 states from New York to Hawaii. The Howard Hughes Corporation is traded on the New York Stock Exchange as HHC and is headquartered in Dallas, TX. For additional information about HHC, visit

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