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STRUCTURES DAMAGED: 1,122 Damage and destruction took a toll on residents and property throughout Williamson County. Preliminary gures include: HOMES DAMAGED: 680 in Round Rock PEOPLE WITHOUT POWER: initial reports said 15,000 COST: initial reports listed $32 million in total damages in Round Rock alone DEATHS: 0 SOURCE: WILLIAMSON COUNTYCOMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER Destruction REPORT

Ocials said 680 homes in Round Rock were damaged by a March 21 tornado. (Courtesy Jeerson Carroll)

Tornadoes cause extensive damage inRoundRock, county BY BRIAN RASH

SH 45 N interchange and moving up past Hwy. 79. Minutes later, the same tornado damaged several homes under con- struction and other property in Hutto before making its way all the way to Granger in northeast Williamson County. Two days later on March 23, Round Rock was abuzz with activity. Workers gathered debris into piles; chainsaws whittled errant branches

from fallen trees into more stackable pieces; and crews repaired infrastruc- ture along busy streets. The residential roads hit by the tor- nado became congested, packed with various types of repair vehicles. “When [the tornado] hit, I mean, we didn’t have time. It was just, it was so quick,” Round Rock resident Lindsey Topolski said March 22. Topolski’s home took a massive with CONTINUED ON 30

On the evening of March 21, several tornadoes touched down throughout Central Texas in cities including Hutto, Wimberly, Elgin and Granger. One of the areas hardest hit was in Round Rock, where several dozen businesses, hundreds of homes and numerous vehicles were either dam- aged or completely destroyed by a tor- nado that took a northeastern path for several miles, starting at the I-35 and

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We heard you and we know it’s time to reconnect. Though keeping you connected to what you love has always been our number one goal, we understand that we haven’t always gotten it right. In taking important steps to do better by you, we are excited to announce that Suddenlink is becoming Optimum. Optimum is one of the largest connectivity providers in the U.S., delivering Internet, TV and mobile services to millions of people and small businesses across the country. As we become Optimum, here’s howwe’re going to reconnect with you. Let’s reconnect with more speed and reliability, so you can depend on us at home and on the go. Optimum has been named the most reliable Internet provider according to ACSI. And we’re building Optimum Fiber, a new 100% fiber Internet network capable of delivering speeds up to 10 Gig. When combined with OptimumMobile, now on the T-Mobile network, the leader in 5G coverage and speed, you’ll get the performance, speed, and reliability you need, at home and on the go. Let’s reconnect with the freedom to choose the best value for you. To do this, we’ve created Optimum FlexAbility, a newway to get exactly what you want at a great price. Gone are the days of forced bundles—Optimum allows you to choose the products you want at the best value. And we have no annual contracts so you can change it anytime at no extra cost. Let’s reconnect with full transparency, so you have the clarity you’d expect from a trusted provider. You’re the most important part of our business. So, you deserve peace of mind with easy-to-understand pricing, bills without surprises and great promotions. It’s one of the reasons we have been named the Best Gigabit Internet deal according to CNET. Let’s reconnect with better service, so you get the help you need whenever you need it. We’re making sure that we’re there for you whether that’s in-store or through 24/7 support online and over the phone. This year we’re excited to hire thousands of local employees across the country, open more than 70 retail stores and we’ve raised wages for our customer service teams. Simply put, this adds up to better service. Most of all, let’s reconnect to build a better future together. As proud members of our communities, we’ve been donating millions of dollars to public schools and local organizations to empower the next generation of innovators and providing grants to small businesses to help them grow. Bit by bit, we’re making big changes. Learn more about the change from Suddenlink to Optimum and let‘s reconnect at suddenlink.com/reconnect . Sincerely,

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FROMAMY: Tornadoes recently swept through our beloved community, destroying many structures. While it is devastating to see homes and businesses that have been damaged, it is amazing that we experienced no serious injuries or loss of life. I was not at all surprised to see the various relief and volunteer eorts organized immediately after the storm to support aected families because that is indicative of who we are. Read our cover story this month to see how you can help. Amy Leonard Bryant, GENERALMANAGER

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RELOCATIONS 10 GoEducate , a technology com- pany oering a marketplace where employers can connect with learners and career seekers, relocated to Round Rock at 1311 Chisholm Trail, Ste. 403, on Feb. 23. According to a company representative, GoEducate works through schools, career and technical education programs, and colleges. 310-486-5274. www.goeducate.com 11 Restore Hyper Wellness closed its 110 N. I-35, Round Rock, location March 20 and reopened March 25 at 200 University Blvd., Ste. 310. Restore oers services including red-light, compression and cryotherapies as well as intravenous drip therapy and intramuscular shots. 737-222-6629. www.restore.com ANNIVERSARIES 12 Luxe Brow + Lash Studio celebrated its fth anniversary March 21. Owner Christina Morgan oers 3D areola tat- tooing, permanent makeup focused on brows, lash lifts and tinting. The studio is located at 3021 S. I-35, Ste. 260, Round Rock, inside Salons by JC. 512-387-5893. www.luxebrowandlash.com CLOSINGS 13 Cactus Nights Sports Bar , located at 109 N. Sheppard St., Round Rock, was demolished in March. The Villarreal family, which owns the Long Branch Saloon and La Esquina Cantina in Round Rock, recently purchased the property to create a new dance hall. Minerva Villarreal said it is too early in the process to share details.

Wyoming Springs Drive, Round Rock, in early May, according to a representa- tive. Chicago-based Geode Health oers outpatient mental health services to adults and children in partnership with psychiatrists, psychiatric nurse practi- tioners, psychologists and therapists. www.geodehealth.com 6 Hometown Gift & Decor will host a grand opening 11 a.m.-3 p.m. April 9. Jessica Duarte, Celise Ketch and Amber Markee own the shop located in the historic D.B. Gregg house in down- town Round Rock at 400 E. Main St. The shop will oer home decor and gifts for all ages. 512-243-5847. www.shophometowntx.com 7 A new Kindercare Learning Centers location is expected to open at 2700 Sam Bass Road, Round Rock, in late summer 2022. Kindercare oers early educa- tion and day care programs for children 6 weeks-6 years old. 888-525-2780. www.kindercare.com 8 Mojo Coee will occupy one of the tenant spaces of the retail center under construction at 3100 RM 1431, Round Rock, with a planned opening in June bar- ring any construction delays. The coee chain has locations throughout Central Texas. www.mojodrivethru.com 9 On March 8, Shake Shack represen- tatives conrmed plans to open a Round Rock location but stated an opening date is not yet set, nor did they conrm an exact location. However, a city site development permit for a location at 1402 N. I-35 bears the company name. The New York-based restaurant is known for its hamburgers, chicken sandwiches, fries and frozen custard. www.shakeshack.com

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1 A second Round Rock Dutch Bros Cof- fee location at 3589 N. I-35 opened March 4 after several months of construction. The Oregon-based coee chain opened its rst Round Rock location in September. 541-955-4700. www.dutchbros.com 2 Frontier Bank of Texas held a grand opening celebration March 3 for its newest branch at 7509 O’Connor Drive, Round Rock. The Elgin-headquartered commu- nity bank renovated an existing building to include a customer lobby, drive-up banking, night deposit and ATM services. This is the bank’s seventh location since it was chartered in 2007. 512-281-1571. www.frontierbankoftexas.bank 3 Learning with Ms. M opened a brick- and-mortar location at 2201 Double Creek Drive, Ste. 5001, Round Rock, in late February. Led by a certied teacher with 10 years of experience, Meri Sue Micha-

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Street. QuikTrip is a national convenience store chain that first opened in 1958 and is headquartered in Tulsa, Oklahoma, according to its website. The store sells food, beverages, gas and other items. 512-872-8956. www.quiktrip.com 4 Personal training studio Yokai Strength opened March 12 at 1019 S. Heatherwilde Blvd., Ste. 120, Pflugerville. Founder Evan Le, who is a personal train- er and nutrition coach, said he wanted to create his own fitness studio after becoming frustrated with the mainstream fitness industry. 737-600-0874. www.yokaistrength.com COMING SOON 5 An HTeaO location is coming to Pflugerville at 710 Kay Lane. Franchisee Bethany Beeman said she is hoping the location will be ready to open in August.

HTeaO sells more than two dozen variet- ies of tea, including sweet wild raspberry, Texas Chai, sweet mint and unsweet wa- termelon, and has locations throughout the central U.S. and Florida. www.hteao.com 6 A Kohl’s department store is coming to Pflugerville at 2101 Autumn Slate Drive. A representative from the city of Pflugerville confirmed the city issued a site development permit Feb. 10 for a Kohl’s store to be built at that location. Kohl’s representatives have not yet responded to repeated requests for comment on the new store, but infor- mation from the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation states the $3.4 million build is scheduled to begin May 1 and finish in mid-October. Kohl’s sells a variety of clothing and jewelry as well as electronics, furniture, decor, and bed and bath products. www.kohls.com

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PFLUGERVILLE NOWOPEN 1 Restaurant chain 54th Street Restau- rant & Drafthouse , located at 19109 Limestone Commercial Drive, Pfluger- ville, opened March 14. The menu features more than 150 items, including craft burgers; steaks; sandwiches; and Southern comfort food dishes, including fried steak, ribs and jambalaya. 512-956-5354. www.54thstreetgrill.com

2 Cigar and Tobacco Empire opened March 5 at 15424 FM 1825, Ste. 105, Pflugerville. Owner Jeffery Christopher said Cigar and Tobacco Empire is dedicated to providing the best cigar and pipe ex- perience for customers in a public lounge and sells a selection of premium cigars and pipe tobacco as well as pipes and other accessories. 737-222-5515. www.cigartobaccoempire.com 3 The newest QuikTrip location in Pflugerville opened March 3 at the southeast corner of SH 130 and Pecan

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lot of the H-E-B at 5000 Gattis School Road, Hutto. Located adjacent to the H-E-B gas pumps, the station features 12 chargers for Tesla electric cars. The Superchargers only service Tesla electric vehicles. www.tesla.com/supercharger COMING SOON 4 Locally owned East Street Tattoo will open in early April at 117 East St., Hutto. Owners Daniel Homann and Kendall Ram- sey specialize in a variety of styles ranging from American traditional to fine-line black and gray. www.instagram.com/ eaststreettattooparlour 5 A gym and fitness center called Patriot Sports and Fitness is planned for 3250 Limmer Loop, Hutto. Owner Nick Janowitz, who owns another Patriot Sports and Fitness location in Round Rock, said the gym will offer a variety of

training, classes and camps for children and adults. Janowitz has not yet provided a timeline for the gym to open. www.patriotsportsandfitness.com NEW SERVICES 6 Hippo Cafe, located at 109 E. Front St., Hutto, will add a drive-thru to its restaurant. At a March 3 meeting, Hutto City Council approved a permit allowing construction of a drive-thru window and approach. City of Hutto Development Services Director Ashley Lumpkin said the addition is intended to help relieve crowding inside the restaurant from customers picking up to-go orders and improve parking availability. There is no set timeline yet on when it will be oper- ational, and it will be limited to online order pickup. 512-759-3729. www.hippocafe.com

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HUTTO NOWOPEN 1 Although construction delays pushed back the opening of Finding Balance Yoga , located at 117 East St., Ste. 450, several months, the studio officially opened and began accepting clients March 28. Owner Sandra Moreland said the stu- dio offers daily yoga classes for all abilities and focuses on movement, nutrition and mindfulness to allow individuals to con- nect to their bodies. The studio also offers

periodic events focused on yoga, wellness and personal development. 512-677-4551. www.findingbalancetx.com 2 Magic Touch Esthetics opened March 2 at 531 Ed Schmidt Blvd., Ste. 160, Studio 13, Hutto. The business, which operates within the new Meraki Salon Studios, of- fers an array of skin care services ranging from facial massages to chemical peels to waxing. 512-649-5204. www.magictouchesthetics.com 3 A Tesla Supercharger station became operational in late March in the parking

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PLAY BALL DELL DIAMOND 3400 E. PalmValley Blvd., Round Rock 512-255-2255 www.milb.com/round-rock UPCOMING HOME GAMES FOR APRIL 05 vs. El Paso Chihuahuas 06 vs. El Paso Chihuahuas 7:05 p.m., $10 and up ($1 hot dogs and sodas) 07 vs. El Paso Chihuahuas 7:05 p.m., $14 and up (Pints and Pups) 08 vs. El Paso Chihuahuas 09 vs. El Paso Chihuahuas 6:05 p.m., $20 and up 10 vs. El Paso Chihuahuas 1:05 p.m., $10 and up (NASA EDPC STEM-for-all Day and Kids Day) 19 vs. Albuquerque Isotopes 7:05 p.m., $10 and up (Colorado Rockies aliate) 20 vs. Albuquerque Isotopes (San Diego Padres aliate) 7:05 p.m., $12 and up 7:05 p.m., $20 and up (Express cap giveaway, 90s-themed reworks and Fauxback Friday) 12:05 p.m., $16 and up (Education Day, $1 hot dogs and sodas) 21 vs. Albuquerque Isotopes 7:05 p.m., $16 and up 22 vs. Albuquerque Isotopes 7:05 p.m., $20 and up (Friday reworks) 23 vs. Albuquerque Isotopes 6:05 p.m., $20 and up (Austin Black Senators Night) 24 vs. Albuquerque Isotopes 1:05 p.m., $20 and up (Kids Day) 26 vs. Salt Lake Bees 7:05 p.m., $16 and up (Los Angeles Angels aliate) (postgame concert with Zoodust)

Hang out at a traveling petting zoo with Mary Poopins the chicken, Quillie Nelson the hedgehog and Butters the guinea pig at the Pugerville Public Library as part of the Tiny Tails To You Hoppy Hour. Social distancing guidelines will be in eect at the in-person event. Two separate registration slots are available. 6:30-7 p.m., 7-7:30 p.m. Free. 18 and up only. 512-990-6375. www.pugervilletx.gov

Hutto’s annual Crawsh Festival is a community event that will host more than 75 arts and crafts, nonprot, music and food vendors and food trucks. The crawsh festival, which will take place in the heart of downtown Hutto, will also feature a Chunk a Hippo cornhole tournament. 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Free. Downtown Hutto. 512-759-4400. www.huttochamber.com

08 ATTENDA CONCERT AT ROUND ROCKAMP Round Rock Amp, which was formerly Nutty Brown Amphitheatre before relocating to Williamson County, kicks o its inaugural International season at its new location with a series of concerts. Mount Westmore, which features rap legends Snoop Dogg, Ice Cube and Too $hort, will perform Apr. 8. 6-11 p.m. Tickets start at $65. Round Rock Amp,

09 TOUR A LOCAL FIRE STATION Travis County Emergency Services District No. 2 is hosting an open house for its central re station in downtown Pugerville. Attendees will meet local reghters, tour the station and sit in a re truck. Other activities include CPR lessons and an obstacle course for kids. 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Free. Central Fire Station, 203 E. Pecan St., Pugerville. 512-251- 2801. www.pugervillere.org 10 CHECKOUT AN OUTDOORMARKET Visit with local vendors to welcome the spring season. This event is family- and pet- friendly. Over 25 local food, arts and crafts, and other types of vendors will be at the Bloom into Spring Market hosted by Blur Boutique. 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Free admission. Hutto Plaza, 567 Chris Kelley Blvd., Hutto. 512-508-8186. www.instagram.com/blurboutique 11 PLAY GOLF TOHELP STUDENTS Join business leaders in the Hutto community to help put students on track for graduation and a great future. Texans Can Academy is putting on its annual Golf Classic tournament at The Golf Club at Star Ranch. Participants will also receive a free Criquet T-shirt. Sponsorships are also available. 10 a.m. Individual tickets start at $300. The Golf Club at Star Ranch, 2500 FM 685, Hutto. 512-608- 5580. www.texanscan.org 17 ATTENDA CAR SHOW The Round Rock Police Ocers Association and the City of Round Rock will host a family-friendly car show at the tennis court section of Old Settlers Park. Collectors are welcome to show o cars of all kinds, from classics to sports cars, at no cost. 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Free admission Old Settlers Park, 3300 E. Palm Valley Blvd., Round Rock. 512-218-5540. www.roundrocktexas.gov 23 CELEBRATE THE ENVIRONMENT The Round Rock Parks and Recreation Department will host an Earth Day celebration to promote awareness of the need to care for the environment.

Exhibitors at the event will educate attendees about various environmental issues. 9 a.m.-noon. Free admission. Old Settlers Park, 3300 E. Palm Valley Blvd., Round Rock. 512-218-5540. www.roundrocktexas.gov 23 KEEP PFLUGERVILLE’S TRAILS BEAUTIFUL The city of Pugerville is hosting an Earth Day trail cleanup to beautify some of its trails. The event will also feature a nature-themed scavenger hunt as part of the cleanup. 9 a.m.-noon. Free registration. Puger Park, 515 City Park Road, Pugerville 512-990-6350. www.pugervilletx.gov 29 HIT THE LINKS FOR CHARITY Area nonprot Backpack Friends is hosting its Heroes Against Hunger Charity Scramble golf tournament at Forest Creek Golf Club. Backpack Friends helps provide food to students in Central Texas, and the event will help the organization continue to facilitate its mission. 11 a.m. shotgun start. $150 (per player), $550 (per team). Forest Creek Golf Club, 99 Twin Ridge Parkway, Round Rock. 512-965-352. www.backpackfriends.com 30 EXPERIENCE A SLICE OF PIONEERERA LIFE At the Williamson Museum’s 16th annual Pioneer Days, the Old Settlers Association grounds at Old Settlers Park will host pioneer-era living history demonstrations, crafts, music and food. 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Free admission. Old Settlers Park, 3300 E. Palm Valley Blvd., Attendees may take part in self-guided tours of C.D. Fulkes Middle School ahead of its demolition this summer. C.D. Fulkes opened in 1944 as the original Round Rock High School. The district repurposed the building as a middle school in 1974 and named it after a former principal. 9:15-11 a.m. Free. C.D. Fulkes Middle School, 300 Anderson Ave., Round Rock. www.roundrockisd.org Round Rock. 512-943-1670. www.williamsonmuseum.org 30 TAKE A TRIP DOWN MEMORY LANE

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A special needs Easter egg hunt will take place at the All Abilities Park in Round Rock. LOCAL EGG HUNTS ALLABILITIESPARK APRIL 9, 1011 A.M. 151 N. A.W. Grimes Blvd., Round Rock 5122185540 www.roundrockrecreation.com PFLUGERVILLEEGGPALOOZA APRIL 9, 24 P.M. 1301 W. Pfennig Lane, Pugerville 512-990-6350 www.pugervilletx.gov HUTTOHOPUP POPUP APRIL 1516, ALL DAY Downtown Hutto 512-759-4015 www.huttotx.gov

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TRANSPORTATIONUPDATES Construction begins at Puger FarmLane and Town Center Drive

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ONGOING PROJECTS

The intersection of Puger Farm Lane and Town Center Drive was closed in March and will remain closed for approximately two months while construction of a roundabout takes place. The construction is the rst phase of a larger road project in connection with Lifestyle Communities, a nearby 1,050-unit residential development. For the duration of the closure, Stone Hill Park will be accessible from the west through the Highland Park neighborhood. Additionally, Century Stone Hill North Apartments and Century Stone Hill South Apartments will have access via the Highland Park neigh- borhood to and from their driveway on Town Center. Residents of Stone Hill Luxury Apartments and Century Stone Hill South Apartments will have access to and from the south via Puger Farm,

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Impact Way extension in Pugerville Pugerville City Council approved a $2.4 million construction contract with Joe Bland Construction L.P. on March 22 for a project extending Impact Way. The project will add ap- proximately 940 feet of new roadway with sidewalks to Impact Way along with 750 feet of water lines and four retention walls. Timeline: TBD Status: $2.4 million Funding source: city of Pugerville

Project construction at the intersection of Puger Farm Lane and Town Center Drive should be complete by May. (Carson Ganong/Community Impact Newspaper)

according to city information. Future phases will involve extend- ing Puger Farm further north and should not cause any road closures, according to city sta. Timeline: March-May (for the roundabout) Cost: $3 million Funding source: Lifestyle Communities

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FM 685 corridor study in Pugerville On March 8, Pugerville City Council approved a $1 million agreement for professional engineering services with Kimley-Horn and Associates Inc. in connection with a comprehensive analysis of the FM 685 corridor. The study was included in a 2020 transportation bond. Timeline: March 2022-January 2023 Cost: $1.03 million Funding source: city of Pugerville

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shifted to the southbound side of Grand Avenue, with one lane going in each direction. Trac will similarly shift to the northbound side when Phase 2 begins.

began in December, involves reconstruction of the roadway’s northbound lanes between Viki Lynn Place and Ramble Creek Drive. The second phase will involve reconstruction of southbound lanes on the same section of the road. Trac is currently

into its second of four phases in early April. The reconstruction is necessary to repair damage from previous roadwork in 2017 that resulted in numerous pavement failures, according to city documents.

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Projects underway in Round Rock, Pugerville & Hutto

Ovivobreaks ground on newHutto plant

SkyboxDatacenters to buildnewdatacenter in Pugerville, invest $548M

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Global water treatment company Ovivo broke ground on its 110,000-square-foot manufacturing plant in Hutto on March 9. Located in Hutto’s Innovation Business Park, Ovivo will use the plant mainly to produce ceramic membranes for ltering water and wastewater. “We are bringing membrane manufacturing into America. Previously, we had to buy membranes from places like Japan, Germany and Denmark, but now our technology will be home-grown and homemade,” Ovivo representative Mike Snodgrass said at the groundbreaking. As part of an agreement brokered with the Hutto Economic Development Corp. and approved in August, Ovivo is required to invest $25 million in the site by the end of 2024 and create 96 full-time jobs by the end of 2027.

City ocials and representatives fromOvivo gathered for the groundbreaking ceremony March 9.

Skybox Datacenters, a national data center development rm headquartered in Dallas, plans to build a new 141,000-square-foot data center in Pugerville. Pugerville City Council approved an eco- nomic development performance agreement between the Pugerville Community Develop- ment Corp. and Skybox during a March 8 regular meeting. Per the agreement, the PCDC will provide Skybox an expansion grant of up to $1.58 million over a 10-year period. To qualify, Skybox must construct a facility prior to Jan. 1, 2024, secure at least one tenant and certify a minimum investment of $50 million. The release states Skybox owners and occu- pants intend to invest up to $548 million in Pugerville and bring up to 10 full-time jobs to the city. “Skybox is excited to launch our newest data center facility in Pugerville, which oers innovative, sustainable and adaptable turn-key and powered shell solutions that will benet our enterprise and hyperscale customers in Austin and across the country,” Skybox CEO Rob Morris said in the release. Construction on the facility, located at the northeast corner of New Meister Lane and Meister Lane, is expected to begin by the end of the year.

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Ovivo is one of several technology-focused companies coming to Innovation Business Park. Others on the way include BryComm and Kval, which broke ground on its facility in August. “The Hutto EDC is all about advancing growth as well as opportunity, which is exactly what we see in Ovivo,” EDC Treasurer Shawn Lucas said.

The LivanoPugerville to bring almost 500units near LakesideMeadows

the north side of Pecan Street. The Livano Pugerville development on the southeast corner of SH 130 and Pecan Street is adjacent to the new QuikTrip location that opened in early March. According to Devin Broder, marketing director for project developer LIV development, The Livano Pugerville, which will contain 459 one-, two- and three-bedroom multifamily and condo units, will be complete by spring 2024. However, the rst units

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Development in eastern Pugerville has accelerated rapidly in the last year, as more commercial projects are under construction along SH 130. Added to the list is a new project called The Livano Pugerville that will bring hundreds of new apartments and townhomes to the area. It will serve as a residential coun- terpart to the several industrial buildings under construction as part of the Lakeside Mead- ows multiuse development on

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should be complete and ready for new residents by winter 2023, he said. The Livano Pugerville will contain various amenities, including a tness center, a resort pool, a coee shop, a pet center, a private workspace, a green space, a market space, a lounge and a game room, according to Broder.

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Senior livingcommunity toopen this fall

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Amberlin Pugerville, a new 195-unit active adult community in Pugerville, is under construc- tion and expected to open for new residents this fall. Located at the southeast corner of East Pugerville Parkway and Wilke Ridge Lane, Amberlin Pugerville will oer wellness-ori- ented living for residents 55 and older with a focus on helping resi- dents stay socially and physically active. The development’s one- and

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Construction begins on Switch data center near Dell campus inRoundRock BROOKE SJOBERGCOMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER Crews began relocating utilities and excavation work at the Switch site in March.

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positions between Switch employees who will run the facility, co-located clients of the company and construc- tion jobs. “This is the next evolution of our company, Switch,” Elliott said during a July 22 meeting, following approval of rezoning by council. “This is our fth campus that we’re building, and we’re just super excited to get started, to be a part of the technology economy here in Round Rock.” Council approved by unanimous vote to rezone two plots of land total- ing 35.71 acres, adjacent to Dell, to a planned unit development, or PUD, from commercial C-1. The PUD zoning was recommended by the Round Rock Planning and Zoning Commission, Planning and Development Services Director Brad Wiseman said, because Once complete, The Rock will be part of a large ecosystem of Texas campuses that will total more than 2 million square feet and 185 megawatts of power, according to the company. the city does not have a zoning designation for data centers.

REE Automotive to open company’s rst NorthAmericanHQ in east Pugerville

Construction crews began work in March on the site for the future Switch data center adjacent to the Dell Technologies global headquarters campus in Round Rock. This is the rst phase of site devel- opment, according to city of Round Rock Assistant Director of Planning and Development Bradley Dushkin. Crews are carrying out utility reloca- tions and excavation for underground stormwater detention. Dushkin said crews should begin work on the rest of the Switch site in two to three months. Switch is a high-performing computing technology infrastructure company, and its Tier 5 data center in Round Rock will be its fth campus, called The Rock. Robert Elliott, Switch senior vice president of government and public aairs, told Community Impact News- paper the project is anticipated to cost “hundreds of millions of investment” by the time it is fully built out. He also said the project is anticipated to create over 100 temporary and permanent

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Israel-based electric vehicle tech- nology company REE Automotive plans to open its rst North Amer- ican headquarters and integration center in Pugerville following action by city ocials. On March 22, Pugerville City Council approved an economic development performance agree- ment between the Pugerville Community Development Corp. and REE Automotive. The agreement will provide up to $1 million in grants to REE provided the company invests $24.75 million and creates 125 full-time jobs over an eight-year period. “REE’s North American head- quarters and integration center is an excellent t for our diverse and talented workforce ... and provides growth opportunities for the state

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of Texas electric vehicle industry as a whole,” PCDC Executive Director Amy Madison said in a release announcing the project. The headquarters will occupy a 120,000-square-foot building in the One Thirty Business Park, located near the intersection of East Pecan Street and SH 130. The announcement states REE plans to begin production in 2023.

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