Retail center, office condos to open near Larkspur neighborhood in Leander area

183 Highlands is a retail center north of the Larkspur neighborhood.

183 Highlands is a retail center north of the Larkspur neighborhood.

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Capella Commercial is progressing on a retail center and office and medical condos just north of the Larkspur neighborhood in the Leander area. Construction on a retail strip, located at 1633 N. US 183, Leander, called 183 Highlands, was completed at the end of September, and leasing efforts are underway, according to Tawney Stedman, lead broker for the development.

Cappella has broken ground on 30,000 square feet of office and medical office condos behind its retail center known as Highlands Office Park. The first two condos should be complete by late October, according to Stedman.

Trillium Montessori, a Montessori school for infants, toddlers and primary kids, plans to open in the development in January 2021, according to Stedman.

Also planned for the development is Paws Landing, a two-story 9,800-square-foot luxury dog and cat boarding facility. The space is to feature regular boarding, luxury suites, three large indoor play areas, outdoor play areas, and a grooming and training services. The opening is scheduled for late 2020.

512-617-6363. www.capellatx.com
By Marisa Charpentier

Reporter, Cedar Park | Leander

Marisa Charpentier joined Community Impact in September 2018. After working as an intern, she became a reporter for the Cedar Park | Leander edition in October 2018. Charpentier graduated from The University of Texas at Austin with degrees in journalism and Plan II Honors.



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