Crosscreek Market coming to East Whitestone Blvd.

Crosscreek Market began construction in late March at the southeast corner of East Whitestone Boulevard and Toll 183A. The project's first phase will allow 37,500 square feet of retail and two freestanding businesses to be ready by early 2017. Crosscreek Market began construction in late March at the southeast corner of East Whitestone Boulevard and Toll 183A. The project's first phase will allow 37,500 square feet of retail and two freestanding businesses to be ready by early 2017.[/caption]

New businesses will open by spring 2017 at Crosscreek Market, a new development underway at the southeast corner of East Whitestone Boulevard and Toll 183A in Cedar Park.

Crews began site preparation in late March, and building construction will begin by early May, said Travis Robertson, senior vice president of brokerage with property manager The Retail Connection.

Robertson said the property includes about 37 acres. The project’s first phase will include 37,500 square feet of space in retail strips as well as two freestanding buildings, he said.

In late March crews began preparing the 37-acre Crosscreek Market site at the southeast corner of East Whitestone Boulevard and Toll 183A in Cedar Park.

“The names are the most exciting thing about [the project],” Robertson said. “We’re working with some really cool tenants.”

He said some businesses have signed leases, but their names may be announced later in April.

“There are going to be some unique restaurants that we’ll be able to announce,” he said.

Crosscreek Market will fill the last undeveloped corner at the Toll 183A and Whitestone intersection. Robertson said another company tried to develop the property in 2007, but the project reverted to bank ownership.
By Stephen Burnett
Stephen Burnett has been a community journalist since 2005. He joined Community Impact Newspaper as a reporter in November 2013. For the cities of Cedar Park, Leander and northwest Austin, he covers city and county government, business, development, events, transportation, utilities and more.


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