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Round Rock Among Top 10 Affordable Places (Where You’d Actually Like) To Live

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Round Rock ranked No. 4 on Livability.com’s 10 Best Affordable Places To Live list. That means that not only does your buck stretch here, but it’s also a pretty nice place to hang your hat, says Livability editor Matt Carmichael. These cities offer income equality, robust entertainment options, favorable economic conditions and ideal consumer spending. Read More…

Incentives approved for $350M water park north of Austin

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“Round Rock City Council unanimously approved Thursday a complex series of economic incentive agreements with Kalahari Resorts & Conventions that will see the Wisconsin-based company build a $350 million water park and resort in the suburban city north of Austin.”

Dec 16, 2016, 7:56am CST — In addition to capital investment stipulations, the deal requires the company to hire and maintain a workforce of at least 700. Kalahari plans to build a 975-room hotel and 200,000-square-foot water park while the city has committed to building a 150,000-square-foot convention center on the site along U.S. 79 across from the Dell Diamond minor league baseball stadium.

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Round Rock Donuts Named Best In Texas

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“Their Texas-sized glazed donut is no joke!” said one happy customer in a review used to achieve the ranking.

ROUND ROCK, TX — It’s official. The best doughnuts in Texas are in….(drum roll, please) Round Rock. More precisely, the best doughnuts in Texas are made at Round Rock Donuts. At least that’s the judgment of Buzzfeed, which created a Yelp-reviews-based algorithm to come up with its reckoning. The rankings were achieved by comparing the number of reviews for each doughnut shop and the number of stars each received.

 

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Round Rock nets more new development at Austin’s expense

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La Frontera, a mixed-use project in Round Rock north of State Highway 45 and west of I-35, is gaining some serious commercial development traction.

Emerson Process Management was one of the first corporations to take a big leap of faith on the suburban submarket area in 2012 when it moved its Austin campus away from the Arboretum area to La Frontera. The company also built an Innovation Center that opened in 2014.

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La Frontera’s Last Major Development Announced

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W2 Real Estate Partners is ready to break ground on Frontera Ridge, a 400k SF Class-A office campus in Round Rock. It’s on the last major land parcel within the 328-acre, 4M SF La Frontera mixed-use development, and directly fronts SH 45. The $100M project can be doubled to 800k SF, but for now plans call for two 200k SF Class-A office buildings around a park area. The Central Green, as it’s called, is modeled after Silicon Valley campuses and will have special event space, a food truck plaza, outdoor lounge areas, rain gardens and shaded terraces. It’s designed to preserve a group of large 100-year-old oak trees. Frontera Ridge is targeting LEED Silver.

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W2 Greenlights 400K SF Frontera Ridge

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AUSTIN–W2 Real Estate Partners is set to move forward in Round Rock with a 400,000-square-foot, $100-million class A office campus called Frontera Ridge

Located on the last major land parcel within the 328-acre La Frontera mixed-use development, directly fronting State Highway 45, the office project is expected to receive both City of Round Rock and TCEQ site development permits within the fourth quarter of this year.

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$100 Million Office Campus Planned at La Frontera

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rendering4Amid Central Texas’ booming real estate market, a developer is set to build the last piece of the La Frontera mixed-use project — a $100 million office campus that will add 400,000 square feet of office space in Round Rock.

W2 Real Estate Partners, the spin-off company of Simmons Vedder Partners, said it will build Frontera Ridge near Texas 45 and MoPac Boulevard (Loop 1), on the last major tract within the 328-acre La Frontera development. Robert Calzada

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