FUTURE of Central TX: The Austin-San Antonio Metroplex
Published | Written by Brandon Holley
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Today, we will look into the central Texas of tomorrow, from mixed-use developments to master-planned communities. This is the Austin-San Antonio of the future.
Thank you for joining me today. My name is Brandon Holley, and I am the owner/broker at Holley Homes Realty here in Austin, Texas. I'm going to shed some light on the future developments in and around central Texas because this is super important for you if you are in the market to buy a home this year or within the next, you know, coming years. So these are some areas that you probably really should pay attention to.
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The Austin-San Antonio corridor is one of the fastest-growing regions in the united states, and it is expected to grow from 4.5 million to 6 to 7 million people by 2030.
Leander springs are located at the intersection of 183a and 2243. This will be a 78-acre mixed-use master plan development in the heart of Leander. The one billion dollar development features a four-acre crystalline lagoon surrounded by 10 acres of the boardwalk. There will also be sixteen hundred multi-family units and one million square feet of a retail hotel, restaurant, and entertainment space. The lagoon will be completed by the end of 2023, and the rest of the project is expected to last 15 years.
East Village is a new multi-use development located off palmer lane by the new Samsung semiconductor plant. This 1 billion development will be finished by 2028 and will cover 425 acres and create over 5 000 jobs. There will also be 466 single-family homes built by kb homes along with 2500 multi-family homes and three hotels. A 150-acre park with five miles of trails will link the whole development. In addition, there will be over a million square feet of retail restaurant and office space, a 37 000 square foot grocery store, and a 38 000 square foot movie theater.
Pearson Ranch is located off the 45 tolls and palmer lane. This will be a 156-acre mixed-use development. The project costs an estimated 2 billion dollars and calls for 2500 condos, 2.6 million square feet of office space retail, two hotels, and a corporate campus site. There will also be 30 acres of parkland and green space connecting the project, and it will be located just west of the lake line station completion of this development will take between 10 and 15 years. Most of these multi-use developments will have some condos or residential connected to them but are focused more on office space.
However, these next places that I'm about to mention, located in liberty hill dripping springs Seguin and New Braunfels, will all be master-planned communities and create thousands of homes, helping alleviate some of that inventory pressure seen in central Texas.
Lariat is located in Liberty Hill between state highway 29 and the San Gabriel River. There will be three builders Ashton woods perry homes and tri-point homes developing 1600 residents. No prices are set yet. Model homes will be completed in late 2022, and the first homes will be ready to sell in early 2023 beaches of this neighborhood will be a seven-mile trail system amenity center parks and a fully stocked fishing pond the
Anarene/ Double L Ranch is a 1700-acre area located north of Highway 290 and ranch road 12 in dripping springs. This development will host 2231 residential homes, 250 senior living units, 200 acres of commercial use, a school, and 474 acres of parkland and open space. The builders include Coventry Homes, Highland Homes, Scott Felder Homes, Perry Homes, Weston Homes, and Drees Homes. There is no projected timetable as of right now. Plans are still being amended.
Mayfair is a 1900-acre development located north of new Braunfels right off i-35. There will be six thousand single-family homes, duplexes, townhomes, and multi-family meets. There will also be 70 acres of commercial space for schools. In addition, a fire department 330 acres will be set aside for public parks, two community amenities with pools, a clubhouse, and 35 miles of trails construction began in April of 2022 and are expected to be completed in 2037.
There is also the development in Seguin. It's called the Caldwell county development. I'm not sure about it, but I know it will be over 3,000 acres of residential homes, commercial space, entertainment, and all that any growing city needs. So if you are interested in buying, don't wait. I hope this will shed some light on some areas that you might not be familiar with or something that you might be interested in. If you have questions about anything, please drop a comment below. I am happy to get back to you and happy to help in any way I possibly can. Check out the link below for a full community guide of central Texas, and thank you for listening; please hit like, hit subscribe and share with friends if you know somebody is looking to make a move. Thanks again!
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