Northline and other developments: Here are 2018’s top 10 news stories about Leander

A rendering shows what a public park within Northline could potentially look like.

A rendering shows what a public park within Northline could potentially look like.

The most-read Community Impact Newspaper articles about Leander this year included three stories about the Northline mixed-use development and others about different proposed developments.

Here are the top 10 most-viewed news stories about Leander from communityimpact.com in 2018.



1


$15M in city funding allocated for Northline project in Leander

The Northline mixed-use development in Leander is expected to create an urban town center for the city with walkable shopping, dining and housing.






2


Update: $15M in funding for Northline development
approved by Leander City Council


Articles about the funding of Northline were the three most popular stories about Leander on communityimpact.com this year.








4


Austin-based national security company
plans to move headquarters to Leander


Council approved an economic development agreement with American Eagle Protective Services in July.






5


With increasing residential and commercial, Parmer Lane
and Ronald Reagan Boulevard will be a regional growth corridor


This story looks at expected residential and commercial growth along the Parmer Lane and Ronald Reagan Boulevard corridor.






6


Gold depository breaks ground on Heritage Grove Road in Leander

Texas Bullion Depository broke ground Dec. 12.






7


Following 23 opposition speakers, developer to
withdraw application for CR 175 development in Leander


In May speakers came to a zoning commission meeting to protest a request that was ultimately tabled. A revised proposal was approved by City Council in August, according to city documents.






8


UPDATE: Unofficial voting results show Troy Hill
wins Leander mayoral election


Troy Hill became the mayor of Leander after a June runoff election.






9


Leander City Council denies zoning request
for Chapman Parks development in west Leander


Council turned down a rezoning request for a development in west Leander that was proposed to hold up to 1,200 homes during a March meeting.






10


Airstream village in Old Town Leander
to be considered by City Council


City Council gave Smooth Village approval to have seven more Airstream or similar trailers for businesses on the property, according to city documents.


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