Nassau Bay is growing, and a big barometer of that growth is the boom in new home construction, along with the new businesses coming in to accommodate the city’s growing population.

In the five years after Hurricane Ike hit in 2008, a total of five new homes were built in the community along Clear Lake, said City Manager Jason Reynolds. In 2016 alone, the city issued construction permits for six new homes.


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