Wolf Lakes Village now scheduled to break ground in March 2021

Developers said they expect Ascension Seton’s medical office building to be the first project to break ground at Wolf Lakes Village. (Courtesy Wolf Lakes Village)
Developers said they expect Ascension Seton’s medical office building to be the first project to break ground at Wolf Lakes Village. (Courtesy Wolf Lakes Village)

Developers said they expect Ascension Seton’s medical office building to be the first project to break ground at Wolf Lakes Village. (Courtesy Wolf Lakes Village)

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Developers said they expect Ascension Seton’s medical office building to be the first project to break ground at Wolf Lakes Village. (Courtesy Wolf Lakes Village)
Wolf Lakes LP, the developer of Wolf Lakes Village, plans to break ground in March 2021 with the construction of the infrastructure—roads, water quality pond, wastewater, water, and other utilities—necessary for the Ascension Seton project, Wolf Lakes LP President Iva Wolf McLachlan said.

“Ascension Seton has not yet given us their start date, but we expect Ascension Seton’s medical office building to be the first project to break ground at Wolf Lakes Village,” Wolf McLachlan said.

Ascension Seton bought the 12-acre site located in the southwest section of the Wolf Lakes Village site located at the intersection of I-35 and Hwy. 29.

According to a news release, the 40,000- to 60,000-square-foot medical office building will encompass a wide range of specialties and services, including orthopedics and full outpatient imaging services—X-Ray, CT, MRI, ultrasound, mammography, and bone density testing—with more specialties expected in the future.

Thought the project was initially planned to break ground in 2019, Wolf McLachlan said this January it would break ground this summer. Most recently, the developer has provided the March 2021 projection.


“The fact is that these really big tracts of land take a lot of time and are complicated. There are a lot of steps in the process,” Wolf McLachlan previously told Community Impact Newspaper. “There’s a lot that goes in to getting the utilities and the roads and the infrastructure on the site. That’s why we haven’t been able to finalize anything yet, but we’re getting closer.”

For comparison, Wolf Lakes will be nearly double the size of Wolf Ranch Town Center, which sits on 83 acres, Wolf McLachlan said.

Other planned amenities on Wolf Lakes Village include an outdoor amphitheater, parks, lakes, a sports court, an ice-skating rink, a wedding chapel and an event center.

Ali Linan contributed to this report.


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