|Bagdad Ave. in Round Rock to gather 80 townhomes||Bagdad Ave. in Round Rock to gather 80 townhomes||https://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=15767||2017-02-15T06:00:00Z||2017-02-15T21:00:00Z|
ROUND ROCK – The vacant, rusted Gypsum Supply building located near the Union Pacific Corp. rail line on Bagdad Ave. in downtown Round Rock will soon be a memory.
The 3.7-acre lot on which the building stands is the future site for an 80-unit townhome community set to break ground later this year.
As part of the city's continuing downtown development plan, the transportation department is in the process of initiating construction on McNeil Rd., extending it just north of the railway in downtown, providing a southern border to the townhome community.
Although the McNeil extension has slowed the progress of the townhome development, David Foor, a vice president of InTown Homes, is confident that construction on the homes will begin in third or fourth quarter 2017.
|Community Impact Newspaper||Austin-Round Rock||Housing|| https://communityimpact.com/austin/round-rock-pflugerville-hutto/development-construction/2017/02/06/stakeholders-hopeful-round-rock-townhomes-will-boost-area/|
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