AUSTIN – The city's Environmental Commission has approved a public utility district for Austin Green, a 2,122-acre master-planned community at SH 130 and Harold Green Rd.
The Austin Green development calls for:
12,000 homes and apartments,
600,000 sf of office space,
300,000 sf of light industrial space,
150,000 sf of medical and dental office space,
708 acres of open space, and
a three-acre fire station.
GroundWork Development is the project developer.
The 30-year buildout will cost an estimated $6.6 billion.
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Source: Connect Media
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