TWO GREAT COMMUNITIES
Canyon Creek Point
25737 W. 96th Street | Lenexa, KS 66227 | 913.271.4455
Canyon Creek Point is a maintenance-provided community situated atop a high ridge with deep stream valleys on two sides. City-owned parkland and a natural conservation area surround the community, allowing sweeping views of nothing but nature, and assuring residents that those views will remain forever unspoiled. Speak with our agents today to learn your home site opportunities.
SINGLE FAMILY HOMES
K-10 Highway & Canyon Creek Blvd. | Lenexa, KS 66227 | 913.441.8998
This neighborhood community is nearing completion with over 400 families and counting happily call Canyon Creek their home. Surrounded by 70 acres of beautiful wooded park land that brings the serenity of nature to the residents' doorsteps. Paved trails around the tranquil lake are enjoyed regularly by walkers, cyclists, fishermen, and nature lovers.
A Trusted Developer
Prime Development was founded in 1966 by Clay Blair. Starting as a land acquisition and consulting company, it expanded into development in response to the population and economic growth of Johnson County, Kansas. The company has developed retail, apartments and residential projects. Its primary focus for the past decade has been the creative development of new home residential neighborhoods.
When deciding to purchase a home in a Prime Development community, prospective buyers can feel secure they are investing in a Johnson County based real estate company with a long-running, financially secure history. Prime Development's success through good and trying economic times is rooted in a philosophy of providing the right product in the right location at the right price, and building distinctive neighborhoods that exceed customer expectations. Prime Development's skilled and experienced employees bring a wealth of knowledge to the table, as well as a sense of pride in a continuing commitment to top-selling neighborhoods that are more than cookie-cutter subdivisions.
The company has long been involved in the betterment of the community. It donated the land for the University of Kansas Edwards Campus in Overland Park and the land for the Blue Valley School Outdoor Science Center. It has also provided leadership for the Johnson County Visioning Committee as well as the chairmanship for both the Kansas Board of Regents and the Kansas Bioscience Authority.