Garages of Texas broke ground Feb. 10 at 1009 N. RM 620, Lakeway, located behind Grumpy's Saloon. The business, referred to by the company as “the ultimate motorist’s playground,” allows customers to purchase a state-of-the art storage facility for their motor vehicles, according to the Garages of Texas website. The company will be celebrating its groundbreaking Feb. 15 at Grumpy’s Saloon in Lakeway. The event will feature lunch, giveaways, cars and the chance to meet car enthusiasts. Construction of the facility is expected to take 12-14 months, according to Joe Greer, a Garages of Texas sales executive.
Garages of Texas breaks ground on new Lakeway facility
Construction of the facility is expected to last 12-14 months. (Renderings courtesy Garages of Texas)
Though funding is not fully secured for the roughly 9-mile stretch of RM 620 from Hwy. 71 to Hudson Bend Road slated to be widened in the coming years, project leaders are now more confident about key aspects of the project as it heads into the environmental finding phase.
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