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Live Oak Town Center Soon To Break Ground

We are pleased to announce that the groundbreaking celebration for the new Live Oak Town Center is scheduled to be held at the end of January. The owners, developers, project engineers, city staff along with Mayor Mary M. Dennis and members of the City Council will be in attendance to make the ceremonial “scoop in the construction dirt” to celebrate the momentous occasion. The Town Center will be located on the southwest quadrant of Loop 1604 and IH 35. The Town Center will offer 870,000 square feet of retail, restaurants, and entertainment, lodging options and will benefit from the regional and international draw of South Texas’ only IKEA store. Over the last few months of 2017, staff worked alongside the Weitzman Group and project managers from Stantec during the platting and development process. We are now excited to move forward and to diligently work on preconstruction permits and plan review for the development. Once the infrastructure and construction begins, we ask that you please be patient during the road and dirt work at and around the site. The Town Center will certainly enhance our landscape and our shopping experiences once completed.

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Aspire Apartment Complex & Commercial Development

Aspire Apartment Complex & Commercial Development

Adjacent across the intersection from our Fire Department, Oak Terrace and Shin Oak will soon be home to a 240 unit multi-family residential development on the 9.6 acres and approximately 3.6 acres for new commercial development fronting the Loop 1604 access road. David Wieder and MBC Engineers began the platting process with the City in September and finalized platting in December. This beautiful gated multi-family development will include a Clubhouse, pool, ample green space and family oriented amenities. The 21,598 square feet of commercial space will allow for more retail, restaurants and professional office space to potential businesses. We look forward to the Aspire Apartments breaking ground in late spring or early summer.

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