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Georgetown: Arizona Developer Aiming for 336-Unit Apartment Development in Southern Portion of City

Featured Illustration: A building perspective by W Partnership of what the Mays Street Multifamily apartments will look like.

Posted: 5-20-20201

by Art Benavidez

Georgetown (Williamson County) — A 336-unit apartment project pitched by an Arizona-based developer was found not in compliance with the city’s code by the Planning and Zoning Commission, and must be resubmitted.

Horizontal Westinghouse Investors LLC of Tucson, Arizona proposes a multifamily project with a unit mix of 209 one-bedrooms, 115 two-bedrooms and 12 three-bedrooms. 

The P&Z Commission heard the case Tuesday. This was the fourth time the project was on the agenda since January.

Deficiencies cited included electric service availability, maintenance bond, access/utility/drainage easements, and unpaid fees for parkland dedication.

The 15.42 acres property titled Mays Street Multifamily is undeveloped and will be located at 5400 N. Mays Street in the southern portion of the city.

The Austin office Kimley-Horn released a site plan with the following specs:

  • 14, three story buildings with 24-units at a height of 39 feet
  • Seven 25,050 SF buildings
  • Seven 29,790 SF buildings
  • An office
  • A clubhouse with a height of 21’8”
  • 15 foot setback
  • 25 foot setback off North Mays Street
  • Two retaining walls
  • Permeable pavers
  • Impervious cover: 49.6% 377,209 SF (8.66-acres)  
  • 591 parking spaces
  • 0.5-acre Detention pond
  • 5,275 SF Dog park
  • 12,650 SF Pool will a 4 foot tall metal fence
  • Two 1,500 rain gardens

Houston-based architect W Partnership, Austin-based landscape architects Benkendorfer + Associates and land surveyors Atwell and Mongolia-based Raymond Engineering are on board the project team.

VBX Project ID: 2021-37BD


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About the Author:

Art Benavidez (Construction News Reporter, Central Texas) is a seasoned journalist with over 15-years of experience in writing breaking news and in-depth features at the local level. He honed his research and reporting skills in newspapers and magazines throughout South and West Texas along with expertise in crafting digital content as Managing Editor of New Image Marketing Research Corporation. Benevidez is a Texas native and graduate of UT-RGV.