Illustration of the functionality: artist rendering of a building from the apartment project proposed by Meeks Partners.
by Art Benavidez
Georgetown (Williamson County) – A Houston-based global real estate developer’s site development plan for a 336-unit multi-family complex was approved at Tuesday’s Planning and Zoning Commission meeting.
The 14-acre property is undeveloped and is located at 1701 Wolf Ranch Parkway in the northwest part of town.
The Austin office of Hines Interest Limited Partnership is the spearhead of the development of Wolf Lakes Retreat.
The unit mix includes 192 one-bedroom units, 126 two-bedroom units, and 18 three-bedroom units.
The Austin office of Pape-Dawson Engineers, Inc. will be the civil engineer and the surveyor published a sitemap which showed:
- 12 buildings, with buildings 1, 2, 3, 7 and 8 having areas of 11,377 square feet each
- Buildings 4 and 5: 7505 sq. Ft. Each
- Buildings 6, 9 and 10: 13,991 sq. Ft. Each
- Building 12 (club house / rental): 9,830 square feet
- Dog park
- Eight covered garages offering a total of 62 parking spaces
- 345 open parking spaces
- 59 parking spaces
- 481 parking spaces in total
- 84 bicycle spaces
Buildings 1, 2 and 3 will each have 30 units; buildings 4 and 5 will each have 24 dwellings; buildings 6 and 9 will each have 36 dwellings; buildings 7, 8 and 10 will each have 30 units.
Exterior materials for the buildings will include stone veneer, poured stone, foam stucco, decorative wooden brackets and shutters, metal railings, metal canopies and tiled roofs.
Houston-based architects Meeks Partners and landscaper Robinson and company, also in Houston, with a geotechnical engineer based in Austin Terracon Consultants, Inc. complete the project team.
This was the fourth review of this request. The request had already been considered by the committee at its meetings on May 18, July 6 and August 17.
VBX Project ID: 2021-7F46