The Grand Parkway..Active 55+ Living

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Property details

At a Glance
A Beautiful and Fun Place for Active Seniors! Let us spoil you TODAY!
Why Live Here?
The Grand Parkway was designed just for you with all the comfort you expect and the conveniences you deserve. The moment you drive up, you will see why this resort-style community with beautiful architectural design and lavish landscape is worth coming home to. FREE continental breakfasts! Outings to restaurants, Women's and Men's Trips! Lunch Program! Ton's of activites both at and away from the community! Our unique location also provides easy access to medical services, shopping, fine dining and a variety of entertainment. Please call for an appointment today.
  • Pool
  • Spa
  • Laundry
  • Concierge
  • Short Term Lease
  • Gate
  • On-site Management
  • Storage Space
  • Fitness Center
  • Elevator
  • High Speed Internet Available
  • Clubhouse
  • Business Center
  • BBQ/Picnic Area
  • Controlled Access
  • Courtyard
  • Parking
  • Zumba and sit and fit classes
  • Theatre Room
  • Walking Path and Dog Park
  • Water Aerobics
  • Chapel
  • Interior Storage Areas
  • Lake With Fountain
  • Active Senior Community
  • Garages Available
  • Library with Computers and Internet
  • Rose Garden and Gazebo
Pet Policy
Restrictions or other terms: Pets allowed. 20 inch height maximum, 2 pet limit.
Covered Lot
Attached and Unattached Garages.
Building Information
  • Built: 2010
  • Units: 250
Lease Terms
Lease Terms: Flexible Lease Terms


About Katy, TX

Named for the Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railroad, which was commonly referred to as the K-T, Katy has a population of 12,000 people and is located outside Houston. Also playing into the name is Cane Creek, which runs through Katy and was the original name of the town. It was famous for sugar cane in the 19th Century and today has an annual festival in honor of the crop.