When assembling its line-up of homebuilders to offer families attractive and distinctive designs, Hines, the developer of Coronado, sought out two of San Antonio’s most distinguished and trusted names – Coventry Homes and Highland Homes. The pair are known for thoughtful planning, quality craftsmanship, innovative features, outstanding customer service and a track record of success in many of the region’s most desirable communities.
Coventry Homes is part of the McGuyer Homebuilders, Inc. (MHI) family of builders, which has built more than 50,000 homes in the four major Texas markets – Houston, Dallas-Fort Worth, Austin and San Antonio – since 1988 and is consistently ranked among the nation’s top homebuilders. Stunning homes coupled with unparalleled functionality and livability are trademarks of Coventry Homes’ exceptional award-winning designs. Adding to that excellence in craftsmanship is a reputation for flexibility to easily meet buyer needs, as well as a deep commitment to customer service, a pledge that consistently earns the company a 98 percent customer recommendation rating. Coventry Homes offers an array of innovative floor plan designs, and its “Built Around You” philosophy allows buyers to customize their homes for their own individual tastes and needs. For more information, visit www.coventryhomes.com.
Highland Homes was founded in 1985 by brother and sister team Rod Sanders and Jean Ann Brock. Highland quickly grew to become one of the leading single-family homebuilders in the United States. Today, they build over 1800 homes a year in Austin, Dallas-Fort Worth, Houston and San Antonio, Texas.
Meet the Developer
Hines, the developer of Coronado, was founded in 1957 by Gerald D. Hines and has established a reputation synonymous with quality. The firm is dedicated to the highest possible standards – in its products, in its services and in its people – and has long been a leader in sustainable design practices and in promoting sustainability programs in its development areas.
Hines’ development approach for Coronado, from setting aside huge swaths of land as wild greenbelts to quality-focused design standards and the planting of native Texas landscaping, reflects the company’s long-term commitment to environmental stewardship and sustainable design and construction techniques.