Crain Square is built with superior craftsmanship, timeless architecture, and exquisite finishes.
We freely admit to being frustrated architects and as such, feel it is important to spend countless hours pouring over every detail of a plan to make it oh so much better. We like to think it is our talent that makes a difference, but our tenacity is probably the more accurate difference. Whatever the reason, the result is the same; a home that reflects an aesthetic that we are proud of. One that you as a homeowner, can feel offers much more than a cookie cutter sameness and bland inconsistency.
Crain Square is brought to you by Crain Square Building Company, LLC. Andy Suman and Chad Muir have a combined 40+ years experience in Urban Placemaking, In-Fill Development and Custom Homebuilding. They have collaborated on 12 luxury gated communities in Houston during the last twenty years with a total of over 400 custom residences. There communities and homes have won dozens of local, statewide, and national awards.
Notable are the following nationally acclaimed award winning neighborhoods:
Bell Heights, a community of 20 new luxury homes and redevelopment of a former Southwestern Bell switching station into 24 luxury lofts in the Houston Heights area was awarded Best In American Living (BALA) in 2019 for Urban Infill Development and Best In American Living (BALA) in 2019 for Adaptive Reuse Development in the U.S.
Winfield Gate, gated community of 22 luxurious Georgian style town homes in the River Oaks area was awarded three prestigious Best In American Living Awards (BALA) and two Professional Builder Awards:
Caceres, a gated community of 117 Spanish pueblos blancos style homes in the Memorial Park area was awarded the prestigious Best In American Living (BALA) Gold award in 2009 for “Best Community up to 150 units” in the U.S.
Cheyne Walk, a gated community of 25 stately townhomes in Southampton/Museum District that was awarded the prestigious Best In American Living (BALA) Platinum award in 2006 for “Best Urban Infill Community” in the U.S.