Mastodon homes dig near Waco Mammoth SiteMastodon homes dig near Waco Mammoth Sitehttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=66592013-08-05T12:23:00Z2013-08-05T08:43:00Z

WACO, BOSQUEVILLE ISD - Construction crews have started work on the next phase of the Mammoth Springs subdivision near Waco’s Mammoth Site.

Developer Kirk Willard is putting 43 homes and a 165-unit apartment complex on 26 acres near Steinbeck Bend Dr. and Rock Creek Rd. in Bosqueville.

Willard has been securing building permits from the city to build ten more homes in Mammoth Springs. Willard has completed 11 single-family homes, all filled with lessees.

The three-and-four-bedroom homes come in three styles: the Mammoth Plus, 1,263 sf, $1,195 per month; the Red Tail Hawk, 1,427 sf, $1,365 per month; and the Mastodon, 1,616 sf, $1,495 per month, said Willard, who has begun preleasing the new units.

Lease rates do not cover utility costs, but the owners provide lawn service and pest control at no additional charge.

Willard hopes to build 22 more homes next year, then proceed with a 165-unit apartment complex valued at about 
$14 million.

He said he markets the site by touting its proximity to downtown Waco, “only five minutes away,” and to Waco Regional Airport.

Its location within the Bosqueville school district also has proved appealing to families with young children.

Willard's 80-unit Canyon Springs development in the Woodway area is now “96 percent leased and by mid-August should be 93 percent occupied.”

Waco Tribune-Herald
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