Crescent Communities is partnering with Endeavor Real Estate Group to begin construction in early 2016 on more than 275,000 square feet of commercial space anchored by the master-planned residential community Belterra.
The mixed-use property, located near the intersection of Nutty Brown Road and Belterra Drive, will offer retail, medical office, hotel and senior housing amenities as well as single-family homes, according to a May 18 news release.
“We’ve designed these 90 acres to be a destination where Belterra residents as well as Dripping Springs and surrounding area residents can get the most out of a dynamic and multifaceted lifestyle, while still having a place outdoors to relax or run errands,” said Crescent Communities’ Tommy Tucker, residential vice president for Central Texas.
COMING SOON—Residential community Marbridge will hold a ribbon cutting and grand opening celebration for its multipurpose and wellness center Victory Hall at 2310 Bliss Spillar Road on May 29 from 2-4 p.m. The construction cost for the 18,000-square-foot hall was approximately $2.8 million. 512-282-1144. www.marbridge.org
RELOCATION—Austin’s Elite moved from 4711 Sagebrush Trail to 10421 Old Manchaca Road, Ste. 210, in January. The company, founded in 2006, offers wedding coordination and staffing as well as rentals and decor for events in Austin and the surrounding areas. 512-804-5851. www.wehelpyouparty.com
EXPANSION: Southwest Austin-based board game company R&K Games launched its first game, “Special Delivery,” on Jan. 20 for baby showers. 512-965-1256. [email protected]
ANNIVERSARY—Academic Therapy Center LLC will host a 5-year anniversary open house May 23 from 10 a.m.-noon at 2500 W. William Cannon Drive, Ste. 101. The company provides services to students with dyslexia and other challenges in reading and writing, said Theresa Wedekind, program coordinator and certified academic language therapist. 512-330-4222. www.academictherapycenter.com.