A growing number of stores, restaurants and services are opening in several new shopping centers at Elyson. Here’s a guide to what’s open so far, and we’ll keep the list updated as new businesses open.
“Mini edible art baked with love” is how Alchemy Bake Lab owner Kady Miller describes her new bakery at the Co-Op at Elyson. Building on her sweet success with wedding cakes, Kady will offer Glitter Cake Pops, “cosmic” brownies, mini celebration cakes and much more in a “dessert apothecary” setting with an Old World vibe.
Opening in Elyson in Fall 2022, Ballet Elle will have classes in classical ballet, jazz, contemporary, tap and other styles for young dancers. This new dance school fulfills a lifelong dream for Katy resident River Johnson, who lives just few miles from Elyson.
Now being created around a 90-acre lake about 10 miles from Elyson, the Katy Boardwalk District plans to unveil a new design later this fall. Announcement of the first dining, shopping and entertainment tenants coming in early 2022.
“The human-animal bond is very special,” says Dr. Bethany Smith, DVM, who plans to open Elyson Animal Hospital this summer. It will be a full-service practice, with extra care and expertise for pets who may be anxious about visiting the vet.
Nearly 250,000 people work in Houston’s energy industry, accounting for 1 in 3 oil and gas extraction jobs nationwide. How did Houston become the Energy Capital of the World, and where do Houstonians work in the city’s ever-evolving energy industry? Our blog will make you an oil boom expert in minutes.
The first phase of the much-anticipated Katy Boardwalk District is now under way, with Katy’s first full-service hotel and conference center planned to open in mid-2021. Shopping, dining and entertainment are also coming to this mixed-use district, centered around a 90-acre lake and nature preserve.
If you’re thinking about moving to Houston, these 10 things to know will help you get the lay of our land, which is larger than New Jersey, btw. Some might surprise you, such as the fact that Houston is home to the world’s largest medical center, and we eat out more and give more to charity than just about any other city. Read on, and welcome to Houston.
If you’re new to Houston or thinking about relocating here, you might be wondering, “Where do Houstonians work?” Like most big cities, Houston has several major employment centers outside of the traditional downtown core. Some, like the Energy Corridor and Texas Medical Center, reflect Houston’s unique dominance in energy and healthcare.
We’re used to hearing that Houston is the fourth-largest city in the United States, but the Greater Houston Partnership has identified more than 50 areas where Houston ranks No. 1 and No. 2, such as the nation’s “best city for Millennials” and “most diverse city.”
If you’re new to the Houston area, or you’ve been doing some research to prepare for a move, you may keep hearing about the Grand Parkway. Here’s a quick introduction to the longest highway loop in the U.S., and how it’s connecting thriving communities like Elyson to destinations throughout the greater Houston region.
Where are Millennials moving? To Houston, more than any other city in the U.S., according to an analysis of the Census Bureau’s most recent migration data. Houston has welcomed a net 74,000 young adults ages 25 to 34 in the past five years.
We almost don’t want the word to get about these hidden gem Katy restaurants located close Elyson. On the other hand, we love to share, and one of these under-the-radar finds just might hit the spot when you’re looking for something close to home. Here are our favorites, in no particular order.
If yours is one of the 80 million households in America with a dog, you may have thought about moving up to a new home and community, with a nice backyard and miles of trails for Fido to enjoy. Here 6 reasons why Elyson is a great community for dogs and their people.
One of Katy ISD's best-kept secrets is the Miller Career & Technology Center, which offers specialized career and technology programs for students. It's also a place where you can dine, get your car serviced, enjoy a salon experience, and pamper your pet.
Katy is known far as wide as a great place to live because of our great schools, thriving economy, and desirable communities like Elyson. Did you know that Katy also has plenty of fun activities for every member of the family? Here are our Top 10 picks.
More than 90 acres of water and nature will be part of the new Katy Boardwalk District, located about 10 miles from Elyson. Construction starts this year on this mixed-use development, which will include a lake, a nature preserve and miles of walking paths.
Elyson’s new entrance at Grand Parkway and FM 529 is beautiful, echoing the Frank Lloyd Wright inspired architecture of Elyson House. It’s also a monument to Elyson’s convenient location, which offers the best of Katy and Cy-Fair.
In addition to 750 acres of amenities and natural open spaces inside Elyson, our residents enjoy thousands of acres of parks, sports fields and more, all within an 8-mile radius. Let our infographic be your guide to fresh air and green space near Elyson.
Elyson is only a few miles away from all kinds of grocery stores and restaurants, and for even more convenience, a growing number of grocery stores are offering curbside pickup for groceries, prepared foods and other goods.
It’s hot outside, but fortunately there are plenty of cool indoor activities for kids in the Katy area. Elyson is only a few miles from mega-fun complexes offering laser tag, rock climbing, golf, Segway racing and much more, all in cool climate-controlled environments.
One of the fastest-growing cities in the United States, Houston offers many housing choices for the newcomers who flock here. Our infographic has 5 tips for finding the community that fits your life best.
Along with all the parks, trails, lakes and other recreational amenities they enjoy at home, Elyson residents are just a few miles away from thousands of acres of parks in Katy, including the recently opened John Paul’s Landing Park.
The Houston Chronicle recently listed 100 things to do within 100 miles of Houston. Here are our top 5 picks from the list, focusing on the west and northwest Houston areas near Elyson, plus a link to the full list.
Elyson residents can absolutely shop until they drop, but they won’t be worn out from driving. The community is only a few miles from some of the largest and most unique shopping, dining and entertainment destinations in greater Houston.
The first “McDonald’s of the Future” in Texas recently opened in the huge new Grand Morton Town Center development near Elyson, and that’s just one of many new options for dining, shopping and entertainment near the community.
With its great location along the Grand Parkway, roughly midway between I-10 West and U.S. 290, Elyson is perfectly situated to offer stress-free access to some of the most treasured holiday traditions in Katy, Cy-Fair and Houston. Here are our Top 5 picks for family holiday fun near Elyson.
Elyson blends a laidback lifestyle with the convenience of a growing number of shopping and dining options. Elyson offers quick access to shopping and dining choices in both Katy and Cy-Fair, from LaCenterra at Cinco Ranch to the new Fairfield Towne Center.