Work starts on $64M Waterloo Park restorationWork starts on $64M Waterloo Park restorationhttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=178302017-10-06T05:00:00Z2017-10-06T20:45:00Z

​​​Rendering of a bridge in Waterloo parkAUSTIN – Tower cranes and glass-sheathed skyscrapers abound in Austin's urban core. 

But a $230 million construction project closer to ground level promises to transform eastern downtown is gaining momentum along Waller Creek.

A groundbreaking signified the start of work on the restoration of Waterloo Park, a major step in the wider restoration of the creek along a 1.5-mile stretch from Lady Bird Lake north to 15th St. 

Construction on Waterloo Park is estimated to cost $64 million and be finished by late 2019.

An amphitheater is the show-stopping center piece of the new Waterloo Park. 

Waterloo Park will be a vast green space, with a central great lawn and public performance pavilion.
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