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Master Planned Communities Homestead

Project Description

From an Eye Catching Entry Monument off IH 35 to a Meticulously Designed Recreational Haven

Nestled in the picturesque Cibolo/Schertz area just outside San Antonio, TX, Homestead embodies a harmonious blend of community and nature. Leveraging KW’s expertise, we crafted a cohesive branding strategy to establish Homestead’s unique identity. Phase I enhancements included striking entry signage, captivating monuments, and a roundabout entry adorned with public art sculptures. Phase II unfolds with a meticulously planned recreational haven, featuring a lap lane pool, vibrant splash pad, and a community playground area. An open-air pavilion invites gatherings, while a serene community garden and nature scape offer moments of tranquility. The sprawling landscape boasts nearly 5 miles of hiking and jogging trails, dotted with ponds and parks for residents to explore. Thoughtful design extends to parking lots and vehicular drop-off areas, ensuring convenience and accessibility throughout the community. Homestead emerges as a haven where residents can thrive amidst nature’s embrace.

Project Highlights

Client:Freehold Communities
Location:Schertz, TX
Size:88-Acres of Open Space
Outdoor Amenities:Entry Signage, Pool, Splash Pad, Playground, Hike & Bike Trails

Plant & Materials Palette

Shaping the Outdoor Experience


Cedar Elm

Ulmus crassifolia


Mexican Sycamore

Platanus mexicana


New Gold Lantana

Lantana x 'New Gold'


Society Garlic

Tulbaghia violacea

Medium Grass

Gulf Muhly

Muhlenbergia Capillaris


Mexican Feather Grass

Nassella tenuissima

Project Team

The Community Enrichment Studio at KW brings together a wealth of knowledge and expertise spanning various fields, including Design, Project Management, and Construction Administration. Together, our team Builds the Exceptional by assessing how each phase influences the entirety of the project allowing us to authentically connect people to their environment.

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Wesley Salazar


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Bradley Pointon

Construction Administration Executive