New Braunfels and NBU aim to preserve downtown buildings' historic character after sale and relocation
The new facility will serve as many as 25,000 customers per day.
Continental Automotive Systems was offered a two-part economic incentive package.
The project is expected to create more than 500 jobs by 2031.
Apple breaks ground on $1 billion, 3 million-square-foot campus in Northwest Austin; expects to open facility in 2022
Apple announces construction begins on $1 billion, 3 million-square-foot campus in Northwest Austin
Recreational activity has been suspended on Lake McQueeny, Lake Placid, Meadow Lake and Lake Gonzales since Sept. 19—the result of a Guadalupe County district court ruling that imposed a 12-month injunction on the Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority’s decision to drain the four remaining Guadalupe Valley Lakes.
New Braunfels officials may have underestimated the success of the city’s first major recreation facility, Das Rec, which opened just more than a year ago.
Smaller than some shipping containers. Larger than most cardboard boxes. The tiny-home trend has taken off, but New Braunfels has proven to be a difficult place to live for tiny-home owners.
The six-month-long contested case proceeding regarding an air quality permit for Vulcan Construction Materials began March 6 at the Comal County Courthouse. Approximately 200 area residents gathered in the courtroom to protest the permit for a quarry and rock-crusher to be built along State Hwy. 46 and FM 3009.
Since 2011, public power utility provider New Braunfels Utilities has explored the feasibility of incorporating an aquifer storage and recovery, or ASR, system that would allow for a large underground water storage area that could be accessed during times of drought or emergency.
On May 4, citizens will vote on a $120 million bond package that, if passed, will fund projects in four areas of city life.
As ground breaks on the first single-family neighborhoods in the 2,400-acre Veramendi master-planned community, its developer—ASA Properties—is moving forward with the second phase of the project.
As the baby boomer generation enters its golden years, developers say more of them are opting for a lifestyle that includes all the bells and whistles.
In 2018, Community Impact Newspaper provided its first full year of coverage in the New Braunfels community. …
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In its first regular meeting of the year Jan. 14, New Braunfels City Council passed a resolution that will help move a mixed-use development into construction.
Coffee with Impact: Anthony Precourt, Andy Loughnane say work is ahead for Austin FC as club prepares to play in 2021
After 15 months of negotiations, neighborhood meetings, site plan presentations and back-and-forth discussions, Major League Soccer Commissioner Don Garber is expected to officially name Austin as the next home of an MLS team on Jan. 15.
With projects in Georgetown, Liberty Hill and Round Rock, developers Todd McCullough and Randy Rollo of Randolph Todd Development said they had an interest in expanding to the south end of the Austin-San Antonio corridor.
The city of New Braunfels is one step closer to a possible bond election after the 24-member bond advisory committee convened Monday night.
Monday was a notable night for the city of New Braunfel's planning division.
Gap Strategies, the consulting firm that is helping to develop the Guiding Guadalupe County strategic plan , says it hopes to present a final document to the Guadalupe County Commissioners Court around the end of October or early November.
In 2008, the city of New Braunfels developed a 20-year master plan for its regional airport that is located on the city’s rural east side. Fast-forward a decade, and Robert Lee, director of the New Braunfels Regional Airport, says things have changed.
Although Monday night’s New Braunfels City Council meeting lasted less than two hours, the agenda covered several items of concern for residents.
After a decade of discussions and planning, the first round of homes will soon come to fruition in the 2,400- acre, $2 billion Veramendi development located north of Loop 337 in New Braunfels.
San Marcos-based EVO Entertainment Group plans to add its first amphitheater next to a previously proposed entertainment center project in Schertz.