CI TEXAS ROUNDUP: Gringo's restaurant confirmed for Conroe Waterfront Center; Austin’s longest-standing H-E-B to be rebuilt and more top news

The Gringo's location in Katy is pictured. A new Conroe location is planned for late 2022. (Courtesy NewQuest Properties)
The Gringo's location in Katy is pictured. A new Conroe location is planned for late 2022. (Courtesy NewQuest Properties)

The Gringo's location in Katy is pictured. A new Conroe location is planned for late 2022. (Courtesy NewQuest Properties)

Take a look at the top five trending stories across Community Impact Newspaper’s coverage areas in Texas as of Dec. 7.

Note: The following stories were published Dec. 3-6.

Greater Houston

Gringo's restaurant confirmed for Conroe Waterfront Center


Ybarra Investments Inc. is anticipated to break ground on a Gringo's restaurant in the second quarter of 2022 within the Conroe Waterfront Center, located at I-45 and Drennen Road, NewQuest Properties announced in a news release Dec. 6.


Master-planned community spanning 5,700 acres confirmed for Todd Mission, Magnolia

Airia Development Co. confirmed in a news release Dec. 6 a master-planned community spanning 5,700 acres and bordering FM 1486, FM 1774 and the Hwy. 249 tollway is in the planning stages. Home sales are anticipated to begin in 2023, according to the release.

Central Texas

Green Point Property Company to develop large logistics park in Georgetown


GTX Logistics Park, located at 900 FM 972, Georgetown, will feature a large number of parking spaces, trailer storage and build-to-suit options for industrial and distribution use, according to the Dec. 3 news release.

Austin’s longest-standing H-E-B to be rebuilt

After more than six decades, the H-E-B at South Congress Avenue and Oltorf Street will be demolished and rebuilt.

Dallas-Fort Worth

DART to launch new GoLink zones in Plano, Richardson


Ahead of the launch of its bus network redesign next year, Dallas Area Rapid Transit planned to begin operating its new GoLink zones Dec. 6.

Anna Lotz, Trent Thompson, Darcy Sprague and William C. Wadsack contributed to this report.