George McMahan has been a Lubbock resident since 1962 when he moved here from Smithville, Texas to attend what was then Texas Technological College. He went into the motorcycle business, founding G & G Honda Sales, later to become Honda of Lubbock, in 1965 which he operated at 4810 Avenue Q, then 5730 West 50th and finally at 6207 19th. George sold his dealership in 1996 to focus on his newly found love of residential land development; he developed Papalote South, a one-acre county subdivision, with a partner beginning in 1995, then went off on his own and developed Bacon Crest, Primrose Pointe and Estates at Vintage. All have become highly sought after neighborhoods full of beautiful homes and excellent residents.

His business philosophy is to be honest and fair, provide a service or product that people need, and success will follow naturally. George has actively participated in the West Texas Home Builders Association for over 28 years and served as President in 2013. He has been recognized with numerous awards, such as Outstanding Philanthropist, Business of the Year, Heroes of the Year, Distinguished West Texan and Champion for Business just to name a few.

Now, after a brief retirement, George is back full time into development featuring three subdivisions for you to choose from. Highland Heights and Highland Trails are both located in the very desirable Shallowater school district and Centerpointe is located on North University just adjacent to the soon to be built Lubbock County EXPO Center and is in the highly sought after Lubbock ISD.

Julie McMahan, a new partner of George McMahan Development, was born and raised in Lubbock, graduated from Frenship High School, and attended Texas Tech University for a few years. She owned and operated Four Paws Pet Resort in Lubbock for 21 years. In 2022, she decided to permanently close her business and pursue a new career in land development with her father, George McMahan.

Julie has been a member of the West Texas Home Builders Association and West Texas Home Builders Auxiliary for several years. She served on many committees for the Auxiliary (now called Professional Women in Building) and served as President in 2018.

Julie has been a member of Caprock Classic Car Club since 2014 and served as their secretary for 9 years. In her spare time, she enjoys participating in car and truck shows and attending Texas Tech sporting events.

Julie is excited to have the opportunity to work with her father and carry on his passion for land development for years to come.

These pages will give you more information about the various developments and if you have any questions, please call George McMahan, Julie McMahan or Denise Hernandez for more information at 806-794-0624.