Cedar Park - Leander | July 2020

REAL ESTATE 2020EDITION

In Leander, builders are currently constructing 1,677 units. No apartment buildings are currently under construction in Cedar Park, according to city spokesperson Jennie Huerta.

properly, according to Griffin. “Higher-density residential developments, such as stand-alone apartment complexes, tend to generate greater impacts on shared infrastructure,” Griffin said. Leander ISD has recently been building a new school annually to meet enrollment demand, caused mostly from new single-family home developments in Leander, according to LISD documents. Development in Leander accounts for 60% of all new housing in the

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AVEN RIDGE APARTMENTS Southeast of E. San Gabriel Parkway/183A

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HERMOSA VILLAGE 11680 Hero Way W., Leander 238 units, 19.23 acres

Toll, Leander 312 units 14.19 acres

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SAN GABRIEL PKWY.

SOUTH BROOK DR.

OAK CREEK APARTMENTS East of Broade Street/ South Brook Drive, Leander 360 units 17.81 acres 7

nearly 200-square-mile district, said Jimmy Disler, LISD chief facilities and operations offi- cer, during a February joint meeting with LISD and Lean- der city officials. Large, planned communi- ties such as Northline, which has been approved to build 2,403 units, and the recently proposed District 2243, which is requesting 2,050 multifamily units (see Page 25) but has yet to be approved, will bemixed-use, according to city documents. An undetermined number will be condos or townhomes. Cedar

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183A TOLL

W. BROADE ST.

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NORTH CREEK APARTMENTS Northwest of Bagdad Road/Hero Way, Leander 259 units 12.08 acres

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HERO WAY WEST

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2243

W. SOUTH ST.

NU EDGE APARTMENTS 409-503 Horseshoe Drive, Leander 50 units 3.48 acres 6

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ACREAGE UNDEVELOPED LAND ZONED MULTIFAMILY:

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HORSESHOE DR.

183

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LEANDER JUNCTION 14801 Ronald Reagan Blvd., Leander 288 units 24.09 acres

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Park also has large mixed-use communities planned in Indigo Ridge (4,500 units) and the Bell District (1,300 units). “In a true mixed-use environment, where employers and commerce complement residential devel-

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BLISS AT MASON HILLS Northwest of Lakeline Boulevard/Crystal Falls Parkway, Leander

SOUTH STREET VILLAS 805 W. South St., Leander 86 units 10.14 acres

84 units 9.9 acres

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PLANNED UNITS UNDER REVIEW: 400

opment, higher densities can also help grow and diversify a city’s economy,” Griffin said. Compared to Austin, Leander and other Austin-area cities have the luxury of being able to plan on a large scale, according to Susan

Horton, the 2020 president-elect for the Austin Board of Realtors. She said a mix of housing is essential. “A balance of single-family and multifamily properties, including

townhomes and condominiums, is needed in a healthy housing market,” Horton said.

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