Waco project heads to the riverfrontWaco project heads to the riverfronthttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=178032017-10-06T05:00:00Z2017-10-06T21:20:00Z

​​​Rendering of Brazos Commons in WacoWACO – The Brazos Commons riverfront project won Tax Increment Financing Zone board approval for a $7.9 million public investment to aid the proposal for an 11-story full-service hotel, retail space and 400 residences.

Construction is planned to start late 2018 on the $129 million mixed-use complex between Clifton Robinson Tower and the city-backed Brazos Promenade project, now underway.

Still, Brazos Commons promises to be the biggest private development in downtown, exceeding in building size and cost the neighboring Brazos Promenade.

Front and center would be the 160-unit Drury Plaza Hotel, which would include an 8,000-sf conference center, restaurant and garage parking.
Waco Tribune-Herald

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