Katy, TX News (March 6, 2017) – Cane Island’s glass-walled conservatory, the only one of its kind in the area, and its multi-purpose event center, both situated within the community’s resort-style Amenity Village, now can be reserved for business, civic and social gatherings.
Available for both residents and non-residents of the Katy master-planned community, both venues are located minutes north of the Cane Island entrance at 2100 Cane Island Parkway.
Cane Island’s 3,500-square-foot event center is serviced by a restaurant-quality commercial kitchen making it ideal for morning, afternoon or evening catered functions, receptions, meetings and networking events. Ample covered space just outside the event center is available for pre-function activities. The event center also can be converted into an indoor/outdoor venue by opening its large sliding doors.
For more intimate events, groups can reserve Cane Island’s 1,500-square-foot glass-walled conservatory, the only such facility in the area. Available for seasonal use in the fall and spring, the enclosed, air-conditioned space with its wall of fresh flowers is ideal for showers or smaller social events. The conservatory also is serviced by the Amenity Village’s full-service commercial kitchen.
Groups reserving either the event center or glass-walled conservatory also can access an upper level fireplace loft and the Amenity Village community lawn with fire pit framed by rescued, 75-year-old oak trees. Ample surface parking for both facilities is available. For rental rates and information, e-mail email@example.com.
The 2016 GHBA Community of the Year, Cane Island is one of the most sought-after master-planned communities west of Houston presenting new luxury homes from the $200s to the millions from CalAtlantic Homes, Coventry Homes, David Weekley Homes, Perry Homes, Shea Homes, Toll Brothers and Trendmaker Homes.
To reach Cane Island, take the new Cane Island Parkway exit off Interstate 10 minutes west of the Grand Parkway. Head north on Cane Island Parkway and take the temporary detour into the community.