REAL ESTATE 2020EDITION
Projects in Southwest Austin & Dripping Springs
Evo Entertainment CEO looking forward to running revampedDripping Springs cinema
BY NICHOLAS CICALE
in renovations over the next year to make the space compatible with Evo’s traditional oerings. To start, the group will be expanding the theater’s kitchen to better support a full dine-in model. Orders will be taken from a customer’s chair and delivered into the theater, and seats will be equipped with a button to request service. The building’s interior will be slowly renovated to add an escalator and expand bar space. Evo also plans to introduce some live programing. Address: 166 Hargraves Drive, Ste, A100, Austin
Evo Entertainment Group, which operates theaters in San Marcos, Kyle and other Central Texas cities, opened its new Belterra Village movie theater July 8, and CEOMitch Roberts said the Evo team is excited to be a part of the Dripping Springs community. “It’s a beautiful community and a really great spot to be,” Roberts told Community Impact Newspaper . “The growth near Dripping Springs is just incredible, and it’s just a great place for families. Belterra Village has some great restaurants in it; they’ve got great retail tenants and a number of other things planned that really makes that development attractive.” Roberts said the group plans for about $1 million
The theater will be renovated over the next year.
RENDERING COURTESY EVO ENTERTAINMENT GROUP
BELTERRA VILLAGE WAY
Timeline: June-July 2021 Size: 45,000 square feet
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Apartment complex with aordable housing approved onRR 12
New fire, EMS station underway
take up about 5.4 acres of an 8.5-acre tract. Per the ordinance, developer CRTX Development will also extend Rob Shelton Boulevard south to run along the east side of the property, providing additional access other than from RR 12 to the west. The developer will also help facilitate and fund future intersection improvements at Rob Shelton and West Hwy. 290. including improved turn lanes. A timeline for the project has not been conrmed. Address: 27110 RR 12, Dripping Springs
BY OLIVIA ALDRIDGE
Construction began in July on a new joint re and EMS station in Southwest Austin that will cost $9.6 million. The new station will serve Sunset Valley and the Travis Country neighborhood and is one of ve new “high-priority stations” situated to improve emergency response times in key areas of Travis County following a May 2018 Austin City Council resolution. Address: 5410 W. Hwy. 290, Austin Timeline: July-summer 2021 Size: 15,000 square feet
BY NICHOLAS CICALE
A 200-unit multifamily development will move ahead in Dripping Springs after city council approved a planned development district ordinance in May. The development will include either 10 aordable housing units reserved for individuals making less than 60% of Hays County’s median income or 20 aordable units for those making less than 80% of the median income, according to the city. According to the ordinance, the development will include three buildings that will be varied in height, beginning with two stories and peaking at four stories in the middle of the development. The project will also have about 300 parking spaces, and will
Timeline: TBD Size: 5.4 acres
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SOUTHWEST AUSTIN DRIPPING SPRINGS EDITION • JULY 2020
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