In an e-mail exchange last week I asked Ray Sullivan - an LTYA parent board member - what the news of the ending of the attempted sale of the Field of Dreams in Bee Cave means to their strategy for growth...
Jazz comes to Spicewood at 7 p.m. Friday, May 5 with the eighth annual “Toast to Tony” tribute concert honoring Austin jazz legend Tony Campise in the Spicewood Vineyards Event Center.
The Terraces is a large project on the North side of Bee Cave Parkway to include offices, condos and a restautant complex.
It had raised issues of traffic, height and multi family density. Here is the revised overview plan:
LTYA sent us this notice this week:
" The “For Sale” signs are coming down at Bee Cave’s Field of Dreams, a 19-acre sports field complex owned since the 1990’s by the non-profit Lake Travis Youth Association. LTYA is re-committing to keeping, investing in and improving the sports fields that enable LTYA to serve more than 6,000 area kids and families.
Medical Towers at Bee Cave, featuring future tenants Alive and Well wellness center, Lone Star Podiatry and River City Docs is shooting up on 71 near the 620 intersection. The 23,000-square-foot building in Bee Cave is schedule to open in October.
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