Lakeline Park, Indigo Ridge North: Check out the top 10 Cedar Park news stories of 2018

A rendering of the Indigo Ridge North mixed-use development.

A rendering of the Indigo Ridge North mixed-use development.

Looking back at 2018, stories about Lakeline Park and the upcoming Indigo Ridge North mixed-use development repeatedly topped the charts of the most-read Community Impact Newspaper articles about Cedar Park this year.

These are the top 10 most-viewed news stories about Cedar Park from communityimpact.com in 2018.



1


Alamo Drafthouse planned to come
to Cedar Park in Presidio development


In May, Cedar Park City Council approved an economic development to bring Alamo Drafthouse Cinema to the Presidio development. Here is an update on the project from December.






2


Plans for Indigo Ridge North development
recommended by Cedar Park zoning commission


Initial plans for Indigo Ridge North, a proposed mixed-use development in eastern Cedar Park, received the Cedar Park Planning and Zoning Commission’s seal of approval at a July meeting.






3


Cedar Park Council approves land use petition for horizontal
mixed-use development called Indigo Ridge North


Prior to the zoning commission’s decision, City Council approved a petition to consider amending the future land use plan designation for Indigo Ridge North in March.






4


Cedar Park City Council approves
Lakeline Park Master Plan


In December, council approved a plan that will serve as the framework for the development of Lakeline Park, another popular topic among readers this year.






5


Cedar Park Council approves rezoning for mixed-use
development Indigo Ridge North near Sam Bass Road


The rezoning for Indigo Ridge North to move forward was approved by City Council in August.






6


Plans for Cedar Park’s newest and largest city park refined

Cedar Park held a public meeting in August to present a refined concept plan for Lakeline Park.






7


Cedar Park considers two land use petitions
for developments near Little Elm Trail


Cedar Park City Council considered two developments in June for medium- and high-density projects along and near Little Elm Trail.






8


Adding frontage roads to Toll 183A gains support
from toll agency, TxDOT and city of Cedar Park


The Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority board threw its support behind adding frontage roads to Toll 183A in Cedar Park during a meeting in July.






9


With increasing residential and commercial,
Parmer Lane and Ronald Reagan Boulevard
will be a regional growth corridor


This story looks at expected residential and commercial growth along the Parmer Lane and Ronald Reagan Boulevard corridor.






10


Future Lakeline Park in Cedar Park to include
multipurpose pavilion for performing arts


Another Lakeline Park story discusses how Cedar Park City Council decided to add a multipurpose pavilion for the arts back into plans for the park.


By Abby Bora
Abby Bora started at Community Impact Newspaper in May 2017. After working as a reporter, she became editor of the Cedar Park-Leander edition in October 2018. She covers Leander ISD and city government. Bora graduated from Johnson & Wales University in Providence, R.I. with a bachelor’s degree in media and communications studies.


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