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Building flurry along Hwy. 71 from Hwy. 290 to Bee CaveBuilding flurry along Hwy. 71 from Hwy. 290 to Bee Cavehttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=12222015-04-24T06:59:00Z2015-04-22T00:00:00Z

BEE CAVE - The Hwy. 71 corridor from Hwy. 290 to the City of Bee Cave is home to several projects that are under construction or almost finished.

Developer Oden Hughes is scheduled to finish work on the 240-unit Landmark Conservancy apartments in April, according to Managing Director Mac McElwrath.

Local church LifeAustin expects to finish work on its outdoor amphitheater by mid-May and open the worship center this summer, according to Business Pastor John Capezzuti.

The amphitheater will primarily serve as an outdoor worship center, he said. However, the church hopes to host occasional charitable and civic events there as well. The church considers the amphitheater “integral to our outreach in the community,” Capezzuti said.

Nearby, developer Bill Schultz is working on Covered Bridge Village, a mixed-use project that will include retail, office and restaurant uses, he said. Construction on the three commercial buildings will begin in June or July.

The Texas Department of Transportation is working on a $15.9 million project to add turn lanes and shoulders to Hwy. 71 from Thomas Springs Rd. to Covered Bridge Dr.

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