Where will you grow next? The Crossvine is a mixed-use, master-planned community planted just northeast of San Antonio in Schertz, Texas. Connected by over 12 miles of hike and bike trails, residents of this Schertz neighborhood will live among acres of parks and greenbelts in an environment designed to flourish and thrive. With a diverse combination of living options, services and amenities located within the community, The Crossvine is a place where you can put down roots and grow.

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Rooted in the City of Schertz, The Crossvine is located in an epicenter of activity in Central Texas between I-35 and I-10. With Randolph Air Force Base less than a mile away, a range of new businesses and industries calling Schertz home, and the Schertz-Cibolo-Universal City Independent School District consistently rated among the best schools in the region, there's a reason Schertz has been named one of the top 100 places to live by CNN Money Magazine.

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As a master-planned community, The Crossvine is designed to grow alongside residents' families and lives. Featuring a diverse combination of single-family homes, garden homes, multifamily, and independent and assisted living options, there will be a home for everyone at The Crossvine. The first phase will feature single-family homes from David Weekley Homes and CalAtlantic Homes.

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As the first mixed-use, master-planned community in Schertz, The Crossvine's goal is to change the way people think about a neighborhood and to exceed their expectations of what a community can offer. With amenities, walkability and community engagement built into the project, The Crossvine nourishes and enriches the lives of its residents through thoughtful, well-planned design.

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Whether it's at state-of-the-art public schools in the Schertz-Cibolo-Universal City Independent School District or the Washington Tyrannus School of the Arts, kids who live in The Crossvine have plenty of opportunities to cultivate their minds. The only problem we foresee is convincing them to come home from the pocket parks and greenbelts within the community to do their homework!

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