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Illustration of element: Building elevations for the development proposed by HEDK Architects.

Posted: 6-2-2021

by Art Benavidez

Georgetown (Williamson County) – A Frisco developer had its site development plan approved for a 288-unit development at Tuesday’s meeting of the Planning and Zoning Commission.

Approval depends on the developers, Wsl/Rivery, LLCby paying their park dedication fees.

The 17.57 acre site to be named Georgetown Villas is undeveloped and located at 520 Wolf Ranch Parkway in the southwest part of town.

The unit mix consists of 198 one-bedroom, 78 two-bedroom, and 12 three-bedroom units.

The Georgetown Civil Engineers Office Steger Bizzell prepared a site plan, the details of which include:

  • Six three-storey residential buildings and one one- to two-storey pavilion
  • 46.7% waterproof coverage
  • A retention pond
  • A seeping spring
  • A maintenance building
  • A mail building
  • Surface parking with 515 spaces

The buildings will be made of masonry and fiber cement.

This was the second consideration of this request; he had already been examined on April 20.

Wsl/Rivery, LLC owns the property through its affiliate The Summit II at Rivery Park LTD.

Based on Addison HEDK Architects (Previously BGO Architects), Dallas-based MEP Jordan & Skala Engineers, Inc. and landscape architects based in Austin Benkendorfer + Associates complete the development team.

VBX Project ID: 2021-3C4E

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