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Temple: Georgetown Developers Bringing Mixed Use Development to City

Feature Photo: An aerial view of the proposed site development plan by Clark and Fuller that will constitute J&B Addition.

Posted: 3-8-2021

by Art Benavidez

Temple (Bell County) — A pair of Georgetown developers had their mixed use, planned development site plan approved during last week’s City Council meeting.

The 3.29-acre property, J&B Addition, is currently undeveloped and will be located at the southwest corner of South 31st Street and Blue Meadow Drive with a physical address of 5720 S. 31st Street.

The property will be developed with restaurant, retail, medical and office buildings.

The site plan shows a 15-foot setback on all sides and the neighborhood services base zoning district limits height on buildings to two and a half stories.

The J&B Addition site will have access through Blue Meadow Drive and Legacy Oaks Drive.

The property will have a six-foot wide sidewalk along South 31st, a four-foot wide sidewalk along Blue Meadow Drive and a five-foot wide sidewalk provided along Legacy Oaks Drive.

Temple-based engineers Clark and Fuller released the following specs:

  • A total of ten buildings
  • Five office buildings at 2,550 SF
  • Two office buildings at 1,700 SF
  • A medical/dental building at 3,400 SF
  • A retail building at 2,000 SF
  • A restaurant at 3,500 SF
  • 129 parking spaces

Georgetown developers Harry Gibbs and Christopher Aldridge created the special entity Blue Meadow Partners, LP to own the land.

The Planning and Zoning Commission recommended the development at their Jan. 4 meeting.

VBX Project ID: 2021-19C2


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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.

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