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Area hospital systems invest billions in expansions to keep pace with Central Texas population boom

In the coming years, hospital systems and health care providers in Central Texas will invest almost $2.5 billion to grow their physical footprint by building new facilities or expanding existing ones. Creating capacity

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in the nation. Andy Davis, the CEO for Ascension Texas, a major health care system that includes Ascension Seton and Dell Children’s, said based on pro- jections, within 10 years the metro area will have a 1,200-bed decit. “The great thing about Central Texas is the community is growing in every direction, and so it presents a unique opportunity for us to make sure that we’re doing all we can to be present in a way that keeps families close to home and together,” Davis said. Bringing care to the community One hospital system making a major investment in physical infrastructure is

Central Texas is on pace to gain more than 600 hospital beds in the next three years, including two new hospitals in growing suburban areas, two new chil- dren’s hospitals in Northwest Austin, a new behavioral health hospital and expansions at seven existing facilities. Combined, three major health care systems are investing almost $2.5 billion in physical infrastructure to increase access to services and meet the needs of the growing region. Hospital ocials said the additional space is necessary to care for the pop- ulation of a rapidly expanding region, with Williamson and Hays counties ranking as some of the fastest growing

637 NEW HOSPITAL BEDS have been announced or are under construction at 12 hospitals across three health care systems.

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The use of telehealth services to maintain social distancing exploded in large part due to the COVID-19 pandemic. As the inuence of the pandemic fades and many services return Health providers look ahead to virtual future BY CARSON GANONG

Virtual health care visits

to in-person delivery, some health care profes- sionals say virtual care is here to stay. Data from St. David’s healthcare facilities in Central Texas shows the number of telehealth visits were up nearly 3,000% in 2021 compared to 2019. National gures run parallel to local data, as a recent snapshot from the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services indicates an approximately

THE RISE OF TELEMEDICINE The start of the COVID-19 pandemic marked a sharp rise in the use of virtual care methods by health care providers across Central Texas, including at area St. David’s facilities.

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in buying office space should contact Brinegar Properties. 512-940-0188. www.512texas.com 5 The Tutoring Center opened its newest location in Round Rock at 2051 Gattis School Road, Ste. 550, on April 18. Locally owned by Justin Chen, the Tutoring Center offers test prep and other academic programs using one-to-one instruction. 512-305-3804. https://roundrock.tutoringcenter.com 6 A new Sephora location opened May 9 inside the Kohl’s store at 200 Sundance Parkway, Round Rock, with a grand open- ing held May 14. Sephora offers personal care and beauty products from many big- name and independent brands. 512-248-8882. www.sephora.com COMING SOON 7 Tso Chinese announced plans to expand to Round Rock April 18 with an opening expected in fall 2022 at 2000 N. Mays St., Ste. 108, according to a release. It will be the Austin-based Chinese take- out and delivery restaurant’s fourth loca- tion, according to Tso CEO and co-found- er Min Choe. https://tsodelivery.com 8 A representative of Smokey Mo’s BBQ confirmed May 4 that plans are in place for a second Round Rock location at 17280 N. RM 620. The restaurant will occupy the second tenant space of the Pointe II at 620 retail center, which is

1 A Cold Stone Creamery location opened in Round Rock on May 10, according to a company representative. The ice cream shop is located at 110 N. I-35, Ste. 135, Round Rock. Beyond ice cream, Cold Stone Creamery sells vari- ous kinds of cakes, cupcakes, ice cream cookie sandwiches and signature pies. 512-428-4205. www.coldstonecreamery.com 2 After sustaining damage during the March 21 tornado, the Half Price Books store at 2601 S. I-35, Round Rock, reopened April 26. Half Price Books sells discounted used and new books, vinyl records, compact discs, comic books, games and other media items. 512-244- 0203. www.hpb.com 3 Misaki Ramen opened at 3001 Joe DiMaggio Blvd., Ste. 1200, Round Rock, in mid-April. The restaurant offers a vari- ety of ramen, boba tea and fresh teas, as well as an array of appetizers. 512-502- 5179. Facebook: Misaki-Ramen 4 A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held April 8 for a new office building at 406 N. Lee St., Round Rock. The 2,646-square- foot class A office building is located at the northeast corner of Round Rock Avenue and I-35. Businesses interested

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ny representative. The swimming pool builder is located at Vibe Round Rock, 101 E. Old Settlers Blvd., Ste. 200. The new space houses the corporate office and includes departments including account- ing, human resources, IT and executive offices. 512-948-0036. https://codypools.com 11 David Hernandez Ministries will relocate from California to a new studio in Round Rock in June. The studio, located at 1250 S. A.W. Grimes Blvd., will be used to film DHM’s content for online platforms, such as YouTube. 888-740-1110. www.davidhernandezministries.com EXPANSIONS 12 St. David’s Surgical Hospital , locat- ed at 1201 W. Louis Henna Blvd., Round Rock, announced that its new inpatient

rehabilitation unit opened in May and is ready to serve patients. The rehab unit relocated from St. David’s North Austin Medical Center earlier this year, expand- ing from 16 patient beds to 20 private rooms, according to the release. It is part of a $145.9 million expansion of the medical center announced in February. 512-248-7000. www.stdavids.com NEW OWNERSHIP 13 Real estate investment firm, B.H. Properties issued a release April 19 stating the company purchased Round Rock Crossing, a shopping center located at the intersection of I-35 and SH 45 N. in Round Rock. Round Rock Crossing was on the market since November after foreclo- sure in May. According to B.H. Properties, Round Rock Crossing is 52% occupied by

18 tenants, including Best Buy, Michael’s, Dollar Tree and Target. https://bhproperties.com 14 Marcus Musgrove now owns Defiant Crossfit as of April 29. Defiant Crossfit first opened in 2010 at 16801 Radholme Court, Ste. A, Round Rock. It is member- ship-based and offers a beginner-friend- ly approach to Crossfit. 737-990-2778. www.defiantcrossfit.com IN THE NEWS Round Rock-based lifestyle blogger and influencer Ramona Cruz-Peters released a cookbook titled “30-Minute Instant Pot Cookbook” on April 26. The book is available for purchase from retailers and her own website. Cruz-Peters also reach- es readers through her blog called Fab Everyday. https://fabeveryday.com

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5 Due to construction and permit delays, the Food Box convenience store at 16212 Impact Way, Pflugerville, will likely not open until mid-2023, according to owner Parvez Badarpura. The Food Box location has been planned since Decem- ber 2020. Food Box has served Central Texas communities for the last 20 years and sells gas, coffee, beer, wine, food and soft drinks. https://foodboxtx.com RELOCATIONS 6 Iowa-based traffic-control systems manufacturer MoboTrex Inc. will move its regional headquarters from Austin to Pflugerville’s One Thirty Business Park at 15825 Impact Way, Pflugerville. MoboTrex is moving to Pflugerville as part of an economic deal that will bring a $13 million investment and 110 full time jobs. www. mobotrex.com

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located at 223 Tradesmen Drive, Hutto, in early April. A company representative said Hagbros plans to move into the Tradesmen Drive building from its current location at 1513 Brandi Lane, Round Rock, but could not provide a precise date for the move. Hagbros Precision offers a range of manufacturing services, includ- ing assembly, kitting, welding and design. 512-341-9368. www.hagbros.com 6 Texas Physical Therapy Specialists began operating out of its office at 307 Farley St., Hutto, on May 10. It was previously located at 143 Exchange Blvd., Ste. 300, Hutto. Texas Physical Therapy Specialists is an outpatient physical therapy clinic that offers services including orthopedic, post- COVID-19, sports, telehealth and manual physical therapies. 512-846-6960. www.texpts.com

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1 Country Donuts , a new locally owned donut shop, will open in 2022. The shop is located at 133 Front St., Ste. 300, Hutto, as one of the units at the Valero gas station. Owner Johnny Khan originally said he hoped to open Country Donuts on Jan. 1, but in mid-May he said construction and supply issues have delayed the opening. 2 Luis Marquez Studio originally planned to open in February at 3750 Limmer Loop, Ste. A, Hutto. However, un-

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Je Plankenhorn will perform as part of the Music on Main summer series. The event also features face painting and balloon artists. 7-9 p.m. Free. Prete Main Street Plaza, 221 E. Main St., Round Rock. www.roundrocktexas.gov

07 TAKE YOUR TWEEN TO A MAGIC WORKSHOP The Round Rock Public Library will host a magic workshop featuring magician Cody Fisher. Kids ages 8-12 will see close-up magic, participate in the show, and learn tips for performing their own magic tricks. 4:30-5:30 p.m. Free. Round Rock Public Library, 216 E. Main St., Round Rock. 512-218-7001. www.roundrocktexas.gov 09 LEARN TO CROCHET The Pugerville Public Library will host an adult craft night at which participants will learn the basics of the art of crocheting. Techniques taught include the basic granny square, slip stitch and double crochet stitches. Attendees must register online. 6-7:30 p.m. Free. Pugerville Public Library, 1008 W. Puger St., Pugerville. www.pugervilletx.gov 11 ENJOY A FAMILY DAY IN THE PARK The Round Rock Parks and Recreation Department will host a pop-up play day at Rock Hollow Park. The free event is designed for area residents to get to know their community parks and includes family activities, music and dance, food and refreshments. 5-7 p.m. 1415 Apollo Circle, Round Rock. www.roundrocktexas.gov 12 CHECK OUT A CAR SHOW The 2022 Realty Texas car show will feature cars, music, food trucks and a bounce house. Attendees are encouraged to bring canned food items or donations. Ticket holders may also enter their vehicle for a chance to win top 10 best in show status. 9 a.m.-1 p.m. $10-$750. Realty Texas, 2000 S. I-35, Ste. P, Round Rock. 512-476-5348. www.realtytexas.com 12 HEAD TO AN AUTOCROSS EVENT The Spokes autocross club will be in Hutto as part of an event to show o cars and their capabilities. An autocross uses trac cones to make a mini roadcourse to see which driver can get the lowest time without hitting any cones or going o course. The event in Hutto will take place at the Brushy Creek Amphitheater. Participants must register

in advance at the Spokes website. 7 a.m.- 4 p.m. Entry fee starts at $26. Brushy Creek Amphitheater, 1001 CR 137, Hutto. www.spokes.org 13 HELP THE COMMUNITY BY DONATING BLOOD The Hutto Chamber of Commerce will partner with We Are Blood to host the Hutto Blood Drive. We Are Blood’s donation vehicle will be outside the chamber building, and participants may register online at the We Are Blood website to book an appointment. 9 a.m.-noon. Free. Hutto Chamber of Commerce, 122 E. Hutto St., Hutto. https://weareblood.org 17 PLAY MINIGOLF IN A LIBRARY The Hutto Public Library will host an afternoon of mini-golf. A course will be set up throughout the library, and prizes will be awarded for successful completion. Children under 12 must be supervised by an adult. Noon-4 p.m. Free. Hutto Public Library, 500 W. Live Oak St., Hutto. 512-759-4008. www.huttotx.gov/239/library 17 LISTEN TO RECORDS AT A BREWERY Willard’s Brewery and Beer Garden will host a free vinyl listening party. Attendees can choose from the selection of records at the brewery or bring in their own vinyl. 2-8 p.m. Free. Willard’s Brewery and Beer Garden, 2400 Patterson Industrial Drive, Pugerville. 512-910-4099. https://willardsbrewery.com 18 TAKE IN A ROUND OF MINI DISC GOLF The city of Pugerville will organize a eld trip to play mini disc golf at the unique Flying Armadillo course in San Marcos. Participants will meet at the Pugerville Recreation Center, then head to the course to play a specialty course that is lled with novelty props and obstacles. Players will then have a picnic lunch before heading back to Pugerville. No experience is needed, and players must register online. 8 a.m.- 1:30 p.m. $15 (Pugerville residents), $20 (nonresidents). Pugerville Recreation Center, 400 Immanuel Road,

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The rst LGBTQ pride festival in Pugerville will take place in the city’s historic downtown area. The event will include live music and comedy as well as vendors. 1-6 p.m. Free. Downtown Pugerville. 512-900-1996. www.pfpride.org

The Round Rock Juneteenth Festival is one of several taking place locally in June.

Pugerville. 512-990-6350. https://parks.pugervilletx.gov 18 SUPPORT LOCAL ARTISTS AT A POPUP SHOW Local artists will sell their work at an Arts and Culture pop-up art show held in downtown Round Rock. The show will feature more than a dozen artists, and attendees are invited to enjoy other shops and eateries in the downtown area. Some artists will also provide demonstrations of their artistic process. 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Free admission. Prete Plaza, 221 E. Main St., Round Rock. 512-671-2705. www.roundrocktexas.gov 18 ENJOY A DADDYDAUGHTER DATE NIGHT The Hutto Parks and Recreation Department will host a Hawaiian-themed Daddy-Daughter Date Night event at Cottonwood Creek Elementary School. All father gures are invited to bring their daughters to the event that features a DJ, refreshments and plenty of photo opportunities. Formal attire is welcome, but comfortable dress is encouraged. 7-9 p.m. $10 (registration per person required in advance). Cottonwood Creek Elementary School, 3160 Limmer Loop, Hutto. www.huttotx.gov 24 HEAD TO A FAMILY FUN NIGHT The Round Rock Parks and Recreation Department will host a Friday Fun Night at Yonders Point in Old Settlers Park. The June 24 theme is Midsummer Night’s Dream, and features several activities for the whole family. 6:30-8:30 p.m. Free. 3300 E. Palm Valley Blvd., Round Rock. 512-218-5540. www.roundrocktexas.gov 24 ENJOY LIVE MUSIC IN A PARK The Seless Lovers will play the city of Pugerville’s Music in the Park series at Puger Park. The Seless Lovers are a rock ‘n’ roll band from Austin that draws inuence from classic rock, soul, blues and Southern rock. Attendees are invited to bring lawn chairs, pets, picnic baskets, friends and family. Alcohol is allowed, but glass containers are not. 7:30-9:30 p.m. Free. Puger Park,

515 City Park Road, Pugerville. https://parks.pugervilletx.gov 25 RUN A 5K TO SUPPORT FIRST RESPONDERS The seventh annual Chris Kelley 5K commemorates the life of Sgt. Detective Chris Kelley, who was killed in the line of duty in 2016. Runners, walkers and strollers are welcome to join the rain- or-shine event. Participants may register online at the Chris Kelley Foundation website. 8:30-11 a.m. Free. Fritz Park, 400 Park Ave., Hutto. https://chriskelleyfoundation.com 26 SEE A CONCERT AT A WATER PARK Typhoon Texas will host country recording artist HogLeg Band as part of a summer show at the water park. HogLeg will play memorable country cover songs as well as its own material. 4:30-6:30 p.m. Concert free with price of admission. Typhoon Texas Waterpark Austin, 18500 SH 130, Pugerville. 512-212-7792. www.typhoontexas.com/austin 26 COMPETE IN A TRIATHLON Nonprot Sports 4 Us will host the 2022 Lake Pugerville Triathlon. The event includes categories for individuals, military and rst responders, relay groups and para athletes. As part of the 2022 event, athletes will have a choice of sprint or Olympic distance triathlon, sprint aquabike, or can choose to participate in an Olympic-distance or sprint relay. Participants must register online, and registration closes June 25. 7 a.m. $65- $180. Lake Pugerville, 18216 Weiss Lane, Pugerville. www.lakepugervilletri.com 29 CHECK OUT A FARMERS MARKET The Hutto Farmers Market will be in historic downtown Hutto. Hosted by Farmer George Farmers Markets, the weekly event prioritizes Hutto-area vendors, artisans, farmers and ranchers specializing in locally grown, responsibly raised food and products. Parking is available in the blocks surrounding the downtown area. 3-7 p.m. Free. 200 East St., Hutto. Facebook: Hutto Farmers Market

JUNETEENTH CELEBRATIONS Juneteenth is a national holiday commemorating the end of slavery in the United States. It is also referred to as Emancipation Day, or Juneteenth Independence Day. Juneteenth falls on June 19, but many free celebrations are taking place in Round Rock, Pugerville and Hutto in mid-June. JUNETEENTH STORYTELLING WITH DECEE CORNISH June 15, 78 p.m. Round Rock Public Library 216 E. Main St., Round Rock www.roundrocktexas.gov JUNETEENTH FESTIVAL ROUND ROCK June 18, 411:30 p.m. Old Settlers Park 3300 E. Palm Valley Blvd., Round Rock www.roundrocktexas.gov JUNETEENTH FESTIVAL HUTTO June 18, 12:306 p.m. Adam Orgain Park 1001 CR 137, Hutto www.blackfamiliesoutto.com/ juneteenth-event POETRY IN MOTION June 18, 1:303 p.m. Round Rock Public Library 216 E. Main St., Round Rock www.roundrocktexas.gov PFAMILY REUNION June 19, noon-7 p.m. Wells Point Sports Park 800 S. Heatherwilde Blvd., Pugerville https://blackpugerville.us

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TRANSPORTATION UPDATES Round Rock Transportation Capital Improvement Plan amended to include three new road projects

NEW PROJECTS Round Rock officials added three new projects to the city’s transportation capital improvement plan. They are included in the city’s transportation master plan and will address mobility Will address mobility and drainage issues on Chisholm Trail Road from Sam Bass Road to the northern bank of Brushy Creek Starting budget: $1 million 2 Eagle’s Nest Street Will create a connecting road between Chisholm Trail Road and Cypress Drive Starting budget: $1 million issues in high-traffic areas. 1 Chisholm Trail South 3 US 79 from I-35 to A.W. Grimes Boulevard Will widen road to six lanes, install a raised median along the roadway’s length and include shared-use paths along the north and south sides of the street Starting budget: $2 million

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Round Rock City Council approved $7.75 million in additional funding for five transportation projects as part of the Round Rock Transportation Capital Improvement Plan. Officials approved the funding during an April 28 meeting but will continue to update funding as needed in the coming months. Of the projects, three are new to the TCIP, while two are receiving increased funds. For one project involving updates to Segments 5 and 6 of Kenney Fort Boulevard that will run from Univer- sity Boulevard to East Old Settlers Boulevard, officials approved an

to its budget. A total of three new projects also received funding. The Chisholm Trail South project, which involves mobility and drainage improvements from Sam Bass Road to Brushy Creek, and Eagle’s Nest Street, a project to create a roadway connection between Chisholm Trail Road and Cypress Drive, each received starting budgets of $1 million. The fifth project has an initial $2 million budget and entails work on US 79 from I-35 to A.W. Grimes Boulevard. Funding will come from the city and the Texas Department of Transportation to widen the roadway to six lanes, install a raised median along the roadway’s length, and include shared-use paths. All additional funds approved by council will be paid by the Round

Rock Transportation and Economic Development Corp. Timeline: TBD Cost: $7.75 million Funding source: city of Round Rock

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“I’m pleased to get this safety project underway,” Precinct 3 Com- missioner Valerie Covey said. “The left-turn lane will help alleviate con- gestion in the area and allow for safe ingress to local retail businesses.” Current traffic volumes do not warrant a signal, county records show. M.A. Smith Contracting won the project bid in March, according to the county. Construction is expected

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ALL INFORMATION ON THIS PAGE WAS UPDATED AS OF MAY 5. NEWS OR QUESTIONS ABOUT THESE OR OTHER LOCAL TRANSPORTATION PROJECTS? EMAIL US AT [email protected] tion, according to the city. Timeline: late 2022-TBD Cost: estimated at $20 million Funding source: city of Round Rock Red Bud Lane North: US 79 to CR 117 Red Bud Lane will be upgraded to a four-lane divided roadway as part of a project that includes pedestrian, intersection, curb and gutter improve- ments. Construction is expected to begin in late 2022. The project will help alleviate mounting trac density in the area, as several thousand homes are under various stages of construc-

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A project to extend the existing Wyoming Springs Drive from Creekbend Boulevard to Sam Bass Road is expected to begin con- struction in late 2022. Construction for the extension project is expected to last roughly

two years, and city information states the extension will mirror the existing four-lane divided arterial. Plans for the roadway include construction of off-street shared- use paths as well as the creation of a path

connecting with an existing trail. Timeline: late 2022-late 2024 Cost: approximately $20.5 million Funding sources: city of Round Rock, Williamson County

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DEVELOPMENT BRIEFS

Projects underway in Round Rock, Pugerville & Hutto

Amendment to bring 1,200 units to Kenney Fort Boulevard

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a second reading of the amendment. City documents show the project will completely enclose parking in an attached structure and orient front entrances toward the planned Ken- ney Fort Blvd. A three-lane collector roadway will also be constructed by the property within the Westview Drive right-of-way along the site boundary, but direct access will be along Kenney Fort Blvd. The city- owned roadway is currently under construction.

118-acre light industrial development coming to Hutto A 117.64-acre tract of land near the northeast corner of SH 130 and US 79 in Hutto is slated for future light industrial use. At a May 19 meeting, Hutto City Council approved ordi- nances annexing the tract into the city, zoning it for light industrial use and updating the future land use map. Round Rock City Council approved an amendment to add high-density family land use to a planned unit development anticipated to bring 1,200 housing units to the Kenney Fort Boulevard Area. The PUD currently encompasses 47.94 acres of land. Approval came during a May 12 City Council meeting, where a public hearing for the change drew no speakers. Council members also voted unanimously to dispense with Called the Ironwood Tract, the land was part of Hutto’s extra- territorial jurisdiction prior to annexation. Amanda Brown, a representa- tive for engineering consulting firm Kimley-Horn, said devel- oper Ironwood Realty Partners plans to use the land for a business park. Brown described Ironwood as a “speculative developer,” mean- ing its developments consist of storage and warehouse buildings designed for tenants to move into quickly. “One of the things that comes with that is that these buildings are typically more beautiful [and] landscaped because they have to be marketable to

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Space: 47.94 acres Timeline: TBD

Officials rezone development in Round Rock

was heard by the city’s planning and zoning commission. “Views of their property obviously would change; there’s no getting around that,” Wiseman said. “It won’t be an open pasture. There will be a few hundred homes built on the property.” Wiseman said concerns about the development’s amenity center being too close to existing homes were also shared by residents. In response to concerns from nearby property owners, the applicant revised plans to require a 250-foot setback from the southern property line for the pool and surrounding decking or patio area, according to

City officials approved the rezoning and annexation of 31.17 acres of property near CR 110 and CR 112 in the Round Rock extraterritorial jurisdic- tion, or ETJ, during a City Council meeting April 28. The unzoned property was zoned to a planned unit development, and is set to be developed into a housing development made up of detached single-family housing units and townhomes. City documents state there will be a maximum of 40 detached units in the development, with no more than five units attached per building. The property will be a privately managed rental community, which Planning and Development Services Director Brad Wiseman said during the April 26 packet briefing helps to meet one of the strategic goals of the 2030 Com- prehensive Plan to provide housing for “missing middle” housing. “It is one of these projects that provides another diverse housing option for folks in Round Rock,” Wiseman said. “It does provide a focus to be able to rent a single-family home or a townhouse type of unit and have all the amenities and none of the maintenance that typically comes with single-family home ownership.” While there was a public hearing held for the rezoning and annexation request, no speakers addressed the council. However, three speakers shared concerns about stormwater runoff, additional traffic and views from their property when the request

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tenants,” Brown said. Ironwood also has a presence in the more than 400-acre multi- use development in Pflugerville called Lakeside Meadows. Because of the nature of the development in Hutto, Brown said Ironwood has no specific tenants in mind at this time. Project leaders also do not have tenants lined up yet. However, she said Ironwood typically targets Fortune 500 companies, and tenants in its other develop- ments include General Motors and Restoration Hardware. Brown said while the develop- ment is likely to bring an influx of truck traffic to the surround- ing area, Ironwood is happy to work with the city on future improvements to nearby roads such as Alliance Boulevard. Space: 117.64 acres Timeline: TBD

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Round Rock project rezoned to planned unit development

Round Rock officials rezoned a new housing development south of the city’s downtown area to a planned unit development. The project was previously zoned for single family, commercial and light industrial use, but officials unani- mously approved the change during a May 12 city council meeting. The proposed project is known

as the Arte PUD by developer W.B. Property Group, according to city documents. During an April Planning and Zoning Commission meeting, the commission voted 3-4 against approval following complaints from residents of the immediate area. At the May 12 council meeting, Planning and Development Services

Director Brad Wiseman said the loca- tion is in line with the city’s strategic goal of adding 1,000 new housing units within a quarter mile of Main Street. Plans for the project include a maximum of 410 urban multifamily units and 19 townhomes. Space: 11.25 acres Timeline: TBD

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before the development delivers units—long after the first segment of Southeast Loop’s expected completion in early 2023. Space: 30.6 acres Timeline: summer 2022-spring 2023

An approximately 30.6-acre tract of land on CR 138 is now zoned for multifamily use. Hutto City Council approved planned unit devel- opment zoning for the tract a May 5 meeting. The land, previously part of a larger single-fam- ily tract, will eventually be cut off from the larger tract by Williamson County’s ongoing Southeast Loop road project. Developer Empire Group plans to use the land for a multifamily development called Village at

Hutto Station. The development will contain up to 300 one-, two- and three-bedroom units, according to a city presentation. Council members stressed the importance of Southeast Loop for managing traffic from Village at Hutto Station and other nearby developments that would otherwise go to CR 138. However, Empire Group representative Bryan Freel said it would likely be at least 18 months

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