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  • CCD Adds 66 Acres to North Sky Celina

    Dallas Business Journal

    The North Sky Celina community is expanded by 66 acres adding 258 homesites to Corson Cramer Development’s fifth acquisition in Celina. The land purchased is adjacent to planned shops, a Montessori school, and event center, as well as single family for rent and estate lots.

  • Northward Expansion Benefits Ten Mile Creek

    Celina Record

    Corson Cramer Development’s Ten Mile Creek community in Celina, located adjacent to the Collin County Outer Loop, will offer convenient access to employment opportunities and new retail along the loop and expansion of Dallas North Tollway. These transportation corridors are fueling Celina’s rapid growth.

  • A Second Acquisition in the Town of Lakewood Village

    Dallas Morning News

    A community of almost 150 new homes, some expected to cost more than $1 million, will add to the hundreds already planned in several developments in a small lakeside town in Denton County.

    Dallas-based Corson Cramer Development acquired 79 acres of land in the town of Lakewood Village to develop 146 home sites in two districts called The Enclave of Lakewood Village and The Arbors of Lakewood Village, the firm said Wednesday.

  • Building Permits May Be Down but Housing Demand Is Not

    Dallas Business Journal

    Bill Hethcock’s reporting of recent permit numbers reveals what could be the start of a finished lot shortage. In our daily discussions with builders, many have had record spring sales, and they are acutely focused on where their future lot supply is coming from in the next two years.

  • New Apartments Coming to Ten Mile Creek

    The Real Deal

    Cypress Equity is set to begin construction on their new apartment home complex within Ten Mile Creek, a new master-planned community by Corson Cramer Development, later this fall. The project is one of many Cypress Equity is building within Celina. The expansion of the Collin County Outer Loop and Dallas North Tollway is driving tremendous growth in the area.

  • Discussing the Disconnect Between Capital and Consumer Markets in North Texas

    Dallas Business Journal

    Dallas Business Journal’s Bill Hethcock sat down with Larry Corson and Brian Cramer to discuss the current disconnect between capital market’s lending for new development projects and the builder and consumer demand for new housing in North Texas.

    “In this particular case, the residential market is healthy here in Dallas — very healthy — yet the banking industry is dealing with its own issues,” Larry Corson, co-founder of Corson Cramer Development said.

  • New Project in McKinney for Corson Cramer

    Dallas Business Journal

    A North Texas land development firm is planning a residential community just outside McKinney’s city limits that will bring more than 100 new homes to the market.

    Dallas-based Corson Cramer Development, co-founded by Larry Corson and Brian Cramer in January 2021, has acquired 43 acres of land in the extraterritorial jurisdiction of McKinney. The development will deliver 104 residential lots to Perry Homes, one of the largest homebuilders in the state.

  • A Look Back and A Look Ahead

    2021 marked Corson Cramer Development’s inaugural year. In 12 short months, we closed 5 land acquisitions, 800+ acres and 2,300 single-family lots. While the work continues into 2022, we took a moment to pause and appreciate those companies and people that helped in our accomplishments.

    In the year ahead, we plan to work even harder, scouring the DFW market for new land development opportunities from Midlothian to Rockwall, Van Alstyne to Aubrey.

  • Corson Cramer Adding to Celina’s Booming Growth

    Candy’s Dirt

    Corson Cramer Development is a part of Celina’s booming growth having announced three new developments in 2021; Ten Mile Creek, North Sky Celina and Cross Creek Meadows.

    The U.S. Census projects Celina’s current population to be 23,427. In 2010, the Census estimated the population at 6,028. In 10 years, the city could hit 160,000, Celina city manager Jason Laumer told The Dallas Business Journal.

    “Our ultimate buildout is about 370,000,” Laumer said. “We’re slightly bigger than Frisco, just to give you an idea of our landmass.”

  • CCD Announces Ten Mile Creek, a New Mixed-Use Master Plan in Celina

    Dallas Morning News

    Corson Cramer Development recently acquired 251 acres in Celina, Texas, along the future Collin County Outer Loop east of Coit Road, for a new community that will accommodate a variety of residential neighborhoods and commercial uses.

    “Ten Mile Creek will be one of Celina’s most valuable opportunities for commercial and residential development within our thriving city,” says Jason Laumer, city manager for the City of Celina. “This project offers a variety of housing types, highly accessible commercial and significant open space to create a top-notch community.”

  • Corson Cramer Development plans 500-plus home community with lifestyle center

    Dallas Business Journal

    The new Ten Mile Creek community will bring new homes, plus shops and restaurants, to Celina. This community will include 371 single-family residences, 110 townhouses, plus rental homes and apartments.

    “We’re excited to be expanding our commitment to Celina and contribute to their vision of building a vibrant city filled with high quality neighborhoods, amenities and services,” says Larry Corson, co-founder of Corson Cramer Development.

  • Corson Cramer Leads Expansion of Successful South Oak Community

    Dallas Morning News

    Corson Cramer Development announced the acquisition of 70 acres on Eldorado Parkway in the extra-territorial jurisdiction (ETJ) of Lakewood Village. Corson Cramer will develop the property for Taylor Morrison, the third and final phase of the homebuilder’s successful South Oak community. The property will provide for 281 additional homes within Taylor Morrison’s highly sought-after boutique community. 

  • Corson Cramer Development Adds a New Director of Project Management

    Corson Cramer Development is pleased to welcome Jason Wight, our new Director of Project Management, to the team. Jason brings a valuable set of skills ranging from devising creative solutions to project management challenges to directing on-site civil engineering to implementing community master plans. Prior to joining Corson Cramer, Jason was Senior Project Manager for Brookfield Properties overseeing the project development team and progress on several residential developments. Jason served as a consulting civil engineer for 13 years prior to joining Brookfield, working on a variety of single-family developments.

    He is currently on the Board of Directors of the Dallas Builders Association, a member of the Advisory Council to Association of Water Board Directors and President of the Board of Directors for Traditions MUD No 2A. Jason is a proud graduate of Texas A&M where he earned a Civil Engineering degree.

  • Corson Cramer Development Teams with Taylor Morrison on New Celina Community

    Dallas Business Journal

    Another large master-planned residential development is headed to Celina, this one with about 800 traditional single-family houses and 300 single-family rental homes. Corson Cramer Development, the residential land development firm co-founded by Larry Corson and Brian Cramer in January 2021, has sold more than 250 acres of land to Taylor Morrison for this residential community to be called Cross Creek Meadows.

  • Celina Again Leads North Texas in New Home Starts

    Dallas Business Journal

    The City of Celina recorded more new residential building permits than any other municipality in June and July of this year. A trend that is likely to continue with projects like Corson Cramer Development’s North Sky Celina bringing nearly 800 new homes and families to Celina.

  • Corson Cramer Development Expands Commitment in Celina

    Corson Cramer Development announces the closing of its second land acquisition in Celina. Located on the future Coit Road just north of the Collin County Outer Loop, this 119-acre tract will include 398 residential home sites for Taylor Morrison Homes. The community is planned to offer a resort-style pool, parks and playgrounds, dog park, walking trails and regional trail connections. The project is scheduled to break ground fourth quarter of 2021 with an anticipated start of sales first quarter of 2023.

    “We are excited to expand our commitment to Celina with this latest acquisition and continue our relationship with Taylor Morrison Homes to create a vibrant community.”

  • This North Texas city projects a population jump from 30,000 to 160,000 in 10 years

    Dallas Business Journal

    The Collin County city of Celina is booming, both in terms of rooftops and residents. Celina’s population of about 30,000 has tripled in the past four years and is expected to hit about 160,000 people by the end of the decade.

    Meanwhile, Corson Cramer Development, a new Dallas-based residential land development firm, has purchased 220 acres for a new community named North Sky Celina, located west of Preston Road off Louisiana Drive.  

  • Veteran Land Developers Waste Little Time in Launching 783-Home Celina Community

    Candy’s Dirt

    It didn’t take long for the new Corson Cramer Development firm to hit the ground running on its residential land development business.

  • North Texas real estate veterans launch Celina community slated for over 700 homes

    Dallas Business Journal

    Corson Cramer Development, a new Dallas-based residential land development firm, has purchased 220 acres for a new residential community in Celina.

  • New Celina residential community will bring almost 800 homes

    Dallas Morning News

    Corson Cramer Development closes on their first community, located in Celina, Texas. The 220-acre project will include 783 homesites and feature highly-regarded homebuilders Taylor Morrison Homes, American Legend Homes and Perry Homes.