3 mixed-use developments to follow in Austin; what to know about vaccine distribution in Williamson County and more top news

RiverPark is a 109-acre project that is set to be phased in over the next 10-20 years along East Riverside Drive in Austin. (Rendering courtesy Sasaki)
RiverPark is a 109-acre project that is set to be phased in over the next 10-20 years along East Riverside Drive in Austin. (Rendering courtesy Sasaki)

RiverPark is a 109-acre project that is set to be phased in over the next 10-20 years along East Riverside Drive in Austin. (Rendering courtesy Sasaki)

Read the most popular stories from the past week from the Central Texas area.

Austin

Hundreds of acres, billions of dollars: Three major developments to follow in Austin

These three mixed-use developments that have been proposed in the southwest, southeast and northeast areas of the city could transform those sections of town in the next decade through billions of dollars of investment in new apartments, condos, office space, retail shops, restaurants and more.

Samsung seeks 100% tax rebate from Austin for proposed $17B plant expansion, threatens to build elsewhere



If Austin wants Samsung Semiconductor to bring its $17 billion state-of-the-art chipmaking plant to the Texas capital, Samsung wants a 100% property tax reimbursement on the project from the city for more than 20 years, according to documents reviewed by Community Impact Newspaper.

Williamson County

Here is what you need to know about vaccine distribution in Williamson County

With all the confusion surrounding vaccinations in Williamson County, here are some keys things you need to know.

New Braunfels

Here are 6 businesses that opened in the last month in New Braunfels

From a bicycle training studio to a drive-thru margarita store to a Mexican restaurant, many businesses have been opening in New Braunfels in the last four weeks.

Leander-Cedar Park

Council OKs $1B Leander Springs development, addresses water concerns in agreement

Leander City Council has approved a development agreement and conditionally approved a zoning ordinance for Leander's next big project.

Jack Flagler, Christopher Neely, Ali Linan, Brian Rash and Taylor Girtman contributed to this report.