See the 5 latest commercial projects filed in Round Rock and Pflugerville and Hutto, including Limmer Loop clubhouse

The following commercial projects have been filed through the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation. (Screenshot courtesy Google Maps)
The following commercial projects have been filed through the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation. (Screenshot courtesy Google Maps)

The following commercial projects have been filed through the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation. (Screenshot courtesy Google Maps)

Wondering what renovations and new construction are underway or set to begin soon in Round Rock, Pflugerville and Hutto? The following commercial projects have been filed through the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation. All information, including cost and timeline, is subject to change.

Martin/Nelson-Endo (IT)—106 Taylor St., Hutto

Type of work: renovation/alteration

Timeline: Jan. 3-April 18

Estimated cost: $675,000


Scope of work: tenant finish-out

Hutto extraterritorial jurisdiction—Limmer Loop, Hutto

Type of work: new construction

Timeline: April 15, 2022-April 15, 2023

Estimated cost: $650,000

Scope of Work: new clubhouse

Fastsigns of Round Rock—270 Texas Ave., Round Rock

Type of work: new construction

Timeline: March 1, 2022-Jan. 31, 2023

Estimated cost: $900,000

Scope of work: new group-up single-story building with site development

Livano multifamily housing—3001 E. Pecan St., Pflugerville

Type of work: new construction

Timeline: Jan 10, 2022-June 26, 2024

Estimated cost: $77 million

Scope of work: new multifamily housing development of 10 unique building types and 463 dwelling units with multiple parking options, dedicated and integrated amenity facilities, and pocket parks designed in a modern Texas farmhouse theme

Emerson Automation Solutions courtyard infill—1100 W. Louis Henna Blvd., Round Rock

Type of work: additions to existing building

Timeline: Jan. 2-Sept. 29

Estimated cost: $2.3 million

Scope of work: project consists of new building addition (infill) between two existing buildings; 50% of project is an amenity building area and 50% is the exterior courtyard


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