Carrying ON
the tradition

Respecting a Rich Legacy

J.C. and Nancy Bryson established the area in 1872, building the first two rooms of their farmstead using cedar from Bastrop and limestone from the San Gabriel River. Originally, the 800-acre farm was used for livestock grazing, cash crops and family meals, but it eventually transitioned to a cotton farm. In creating today’s Bryson, we have taken every effort to show respect for the Bryson family, and prepare their land for the next generation of pioneers.

Meet '54 Ace
OUR 1954 Chevy

A classic deserves a classic and that’s why ‘54 Ace is the four-wheel symbol of Bryson. It’s a reminder of the good ole times of yesteryear that we still enjoy today and that a classic really never goes out of style. Just like Bryson.

Go social with ’54 Ace by stopping by The Backyard recreation complex and taking a photo by the truck. Post your pic on social media with #54Ace — it’s sure to be a classic!

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Johnson Development has been involved in more than 100 projects, with more than 44,500 acres developed for master-planned communities, multi-use commercial parks, office buildings, retail centers and residential subdivisions. Johnson Development is the force behind some of the nation’s most successful master-planned communities and has 17 active developments, including 13 in Houston, two in Dallas, one in Austin and one in Atlanta.

A Truckload
OF Experience

Johnson Development has been involved in more than 100 projects, with more than 44,500 acres developed for master-planned communities, multi-use commercial parks, office buildings, retail centers and residential subdivisions. Johnson Development is the force behind some of the nation’s most successful master-planned communities and has 17 active developments, including 13 in Houston, two in Dallas, one in Austin and one in Atlanta.