Georgetown: 89-Unit Multifamily Project Gets Initial OK
Featured Illustration (above): Preliminary elevations of one of the planned housing buildings at Parkside Crossing. Image: Haynie Consulting
By Edmond Ortiz Georgetown (Williamson County)—A plan to build an 89-unit, 149,604-square-foot multifamily development has received key approval from the city’s Planning and Zoning Commission.
Commission members on June 2 recommended approving the site plan for Parkside Crossing, which will be built on a 12-acre tract at 661 Farm Road 971.
Parkside Crossing will be located immediately south of Georgetown High School. Image: City of Georgetown
The units will be contained in 34 buildings with varying square footages. A new oval-shaped internal road, Parkside Crossing Drive, will encircle several of the larger residential buildings as well as picnic areas.
Plans also call for new sidewalks, landscaping, a detention pond, and 356 parking spaces.
Liberty Hill-based Grande Endeavor Homes, using shell company Parkside Crossing Holdings LLC, is the developer.
Round Rock firm Haynie Consulting is the engineer, Austin company Kipp Flores Architects is the project designer, and SEC Planning of Austin is the landscape architect.
There is no estimated construction cost, delivery method or schedule.
VBX members may track this project using ID number: 2020-430D.
Parkside Crossing will be located next to an existing single-family-home neighborhood, just south of Georgetown High School, and north of the San Gabriel River.
Site plan for Parkside Crossing. Image: Haynie Consulting
Edmond Ortiz is a lifelong San Antonian and a 20-plus-year veteran in local journalism, He previously worked full-time at the San Antonio Express-News, and has been freelancing for outlets such as the Rivard Report.