Be caucios, my brother, not to draw hasty conclusions, I think you are on the edge of it.
Wheter Heavens/Heavenly Kingdom is already created or not is not something I’m able to attest. I’m not sure we can assert if that’s a place or a condition now. We know the fullness of Heavenly Kingdom will be established upon resurrection and judgment, so both souls and resurrected bodies will experience it. But Enoch and Elias are there, as St. John of Damascus (chapter 99, on Antichrist) in Exact exposition… says. The (pseudo) Council of Florence bears also an interesting witness, where Carholics certified the SAints are already in Heavens, while Orthodox first said they wouldn’t know about it, but afterwards agreed with Catholic position.
Full experience of Hell will also occur after the resurrection and judgment, so bodies will experience it, too. But we also have the story about Lazarus and the rich man. I still don’t know if it is the place or a condition now, and nobody knows what would it be after the Judgment.
So I’m not sure we should say He did not create Hell anticipating He will not create it.
It’s fine to use reason and logic, as long as we are not speculating about what’s not been revealed to us.