Feature illustration: Elevation of the Dutch Bros building proposed by Barghausen Consulting Engineers, Inc.
by Art Benavidez
Georgetown (Williamson County) — A national coffee chain had its site development plan approved at Tuesday’s meeting of the Planning and Zoning Commission.
The 1.45 acre property is undeveloped and located in Bluebonnet Plaza at 1309 W. University Avenue in the western part of town.
Dutch Cafe Brosof Grants Pass, Oregon, will build a cafe.
The Oregonian recently reported that the company was focused on expanding its Northwest brand into Texas, California and Oklahoma.
“Each opening propels the awareness of our brand”, CEO Joth Rici said during the company’s first quarterly earnings call since its IPO in September, according to the newspaper.
Ricci said the chain spends relatively little on marketing, relying on “word of mouth” from Dutch Bros customers to promote the brand whenever it enters new markets.
“We’re getting through Texas as fast as we can,” the CFO said Charley Jemley added.
Barghausen Consulting Engineers, Inc.Kent, Washington, posted a sitemap that showed:
- 950 square foot building
- Front margin of 25 feet
- 10ft and 15ft side margins
- 16 parking spaces
- 36.67% Waterproof Coverage (21,136 SF)
The building will consist of stucco, fiber cement siding, stone veneer and shop veneer with a framed canopy.
The landscape will consist of 34 trees and 206 shrubs.
The project team is made up of the building architect Gnich Architecture Studioin Portland, Oregon, the landscape architect is based in Denver, Colorado Evergreen Design GroupDallas-based geotechnical engineers Geoscience and civil engineer based in Round Rock Waeltz & Prete, Inc..
The property belongs to Southwest Central Texas Development, LLCout of Austin.
VBX Project ID: 2022-0CD7