Anna approves 390-acre mixed-use development

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The development is expected to be located west of U.S. Highway 75 and south of FM 455.

The Anna City Council approved an agreement with Bloomfield Homes for a 390-acre mixed-use development during its Dec. 14 meeting.  The project to be known as Crystal Park will be located west of U.S. 75 and south of FM 455. 

“It is always a pleasure to work with Bloomfield Homes because they provide a quality product and do what they say they are going to do,” Anna Mayor Nate Pike said. “Crystal Park will be a one-of-a-kind mixed-use development providing unique amenities and a variety of housing options for Anna neighbors.”  

Plans call for 969 single-family homes as well as various community amenities. Land along U.S. 75 will feature commercial properties, multi-family development and a professional campus.  

As part of the agreement, Anna approved a Public Improvement District (PID) for the project and will receive more than $3 million in PID fees. City officials estimate that the project will eventually generate more than $600 million in taxable value as well as more than $1 million in sales tax revenue.  

“We are excited to continue investing in Anna and believe that Crystal Park will be a sought-after address for many prospective homeowners,” Bloomfield Homes Chairman Don Dykstra said. “Anna provides a great location, good school district, and small-town feel that many people are looking for in a community.”