Round Rock Edition | December 2021

DEVELOPMENT UPDATES

Developments underway in the Round Rock, Pflugerville & Hutto area

Officials OK rezone of planned unit development

BY BROOKE SJOBERG

was approved for rezoning to a PUD from its designated commercial use under the city’s comprehensive plan, making it fit for residential use. The developer will build a max- imum of 108 units of single-family attached homes, or duplexes. Private drive aisles will serve the project. At the Sept. 15 meeting of the Round Rock Planning and Zoning Commission, the commission voted 7-0 to recommend approval of the

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Round Rock City Council approved a rezoning and annex- ation of a 9.24-acre tract of land to a planned unit development Oct. 28. In addition to holding a public hearing, council approved a resolu- tion to execute a service agreement with the property owner to provide utilities as well as ordinances for the parcel’s rezoning and annexation. Located near south A.W. Grimes Boulevard, the parcel of land owned by Epitome Development

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Council rezones 5.19 acres on edge of city

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zoning. No speakers commented on the matter at public hearings held for the development by either the commission or council.

BY BROOKE SJOBERG

Mixed-use residential development moves forward in northPflugerville

A 5.19-acre plot of land was approved on its first reading for rezoning to planned unit devel- opment status and annexation by Round Rock City Council on Oct. 28. Council approved a resolution to execute a service agreement to provide utilities with the property owner and ordinances for the parcel’s rezoning and annexation. The development will receive services from the city of Round Rock except for wastewater, Planning and Development Services Director Brad Wiseman said, as there is no access. The property, owned by RGC Cade Lake LLC, is surrounded by a single-family development in Round Rock on two sides as well as by another single-family development in Pflugerville on another and boxed in by a church-owned property in Round Rock, according to city documents. In the north and south, two local streets provide access to the property from both Round Rock and Pflugerville.

BY BRIAN RASH

a development called Black Locust Townhomes that will consist of 12.88 acres on the south side of East Black Locust. City documents state the rezon- ing will allow for condominiums, single-family detached homes and single-family attached townhomes.

Officials have approved a rezoning of nearly 13 acres along East Black Locust Drive to a mixed-use residen- tial development. During a second reading at a Nov. 9 meeting, Pflugerville City Council approved the rezoning for

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City staff said the development will now move into the subdivision process.

Land near Old Settlers Boulevard inRoundRock rezoned

BY BROOKE SJOBERG

Brooks Clark Properties. Two speakers commented during a hearing held by the planning and zoning commission. Both shared questions regarding the site’s development and how it might impact their own properties, according to the city.

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Round Rock City Council approved the rezoning of a small plot of land near Old Settlers Boulevard at its Nov. 4 meeting. Just over 4.5 acres of land was approved for the addition of a child care center at the request of owner

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