444 Tubing Company will be adding a new event and wedding venue come spring and summer.

The details

444 Tubing Company is owned by husband and wife Greg and Monique Weston, who will continue to own and renovate the property. General Manager Jeremy Rader said the Westons had a vision for a wedding and event center in New Braunfels. The Westons also own San Antonio event center Rio Plaza.

Canopy on the Comal will specialize in weddings, catering and events and operate out of the same building as 444 Tubing Company.

The venue will feature a bar and a large entry space along with a groom's suite and bridal suite, which will have hair and makeup stations along with a vanity.

The timeline

Rader said they will work steadily to have some of the venue spaces ready by spring break.

"I'm excited for being in downtown New Braunfels," Rader said.

What else?

Rader noted they were trying to repurpose as many materials as possible and source locally.

"We're trying to reuse as much longleaf pine as we possibly can [because] it's hard to find big trees that this wood came from. And us, being the Canopy on the Comal, we want to try to make everything look as wooden and treelike as possible," he said.