HUDSON BEND, TRAVIS COUNTY - With plans in the works for major projects in Bee Cave, Lakeway, Hudson Bend and Four Points, a wave of new construction along the RR 620 corridor during 2014 points to continued growth for the region in the coming year.
Below is a snippet of completed and upcoming projects in the Hudson Bend area.
Residential development in the traditionally moderately priced Hudson Bend area gained ground in 2014 with four communities slated for construction in the City of Austin’s extraterritorial jurisdiction.
Lakeside Villas is slated to have its 32 duplex units completed in 2015, said developer Rob Swett. Each unit will have about 400 sf of outdoor space and an elevator, with the project’s driveway located on Mansfield Dam Rd.
A 71-home development — Vistas of McCormick Mountain — had been on hold for seven years following the area’s economic downturn, but was greenlighted in 2014.
A 14.8-acre project — Canopy at Hudson Bend — is being developed jointly in the La Hacienda Estates subdivision by builder Castle Rock Communities and Eck Lane Properties.
The gated neighborhood will feature 38 detached homesites with 40 percent of the property dedicated to greenspace, said Lance Wright, owner of Castle Rock Communities.
Waterfront community Waterfall on Lake Travis will feature lake views from some of its 36 condominium units, said developer Cosmo Palmieri, who is developing the project with Kelly Gray.
This is one part of a four-part story on the boom occurring along the RR 620 corridor. See similar stories about Bee Cave, Lakeway and Four Points at Newstalk Texas.