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Jackson Station Retail Center At 320 South 8th Street To Open In Early 2018

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Developers plan to create downtown restaurant, retail center called Jackson Station Original Article by Mike Copeland of WacoTrib.com The former Cornerstone Plumbing building at South Eighth Street and Jackson Avenue will become the roost for a “hot-chicken” restaurant and possibly a half-dozen retail shops under the guidance of two local entrepreneurs who recently acquired the…

Geyser Ice Co. Building To Be Converted Into Hotel, Restaurant And Live Entertainment Venue

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Developer targets old Geyser Ice Co. building for hotel, restaurant, live entertainment venue Original Article by Mike Copeland of WacoTrib.com The historic Geyser Ice Co. building near downtown has changed hands yet again in less than two years, with the new owner hoping to convert the eyesore at South Ninth Street and Webster Avenue into…

Old Hillcrest Baptist Medical Center Continues To Sit On The Market For Sale

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Old Hillcrest hospital complex still for sale Original Article by Mike Copeland of WacoTrib.com The 600,000-square-foot former Hillcrest Baptist Medical Center complex on Herring Avenue remains on the market almost 18 months after the facility was decommissioned by Baylor Scott & White Hillcrest Medical Center, which occupies a new location at West Loop 340 and…

15,000-Square-Foot Soccer Facility Envision At Old Sanger School Site

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Sole bid for Sanger School tract envisions indoor soccer facility Original Article by J.B. Smith of WacoTrib.com The city’s call for proposals to redevelop the old Sanger School site has brought only one proposal, from a local entrepreneur who wants to build an indoor soccer facility there. Benjamin Gonzalez, owner of Santana Tortilleria, said he…

Volkswagen Submits Plans For Dealership On Waco’s “Motor Mile”

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Volkswagen dealer submits plans for Waco location Original Article by Mike Copeland of WacoTrib.com Hewlett Volkswagen in Georgetown has submitted plans to the city of Waco for construction of a dealership at 1401 W. Loop 340, which would make it part of what vehicle dealers there call Waco’s “Motor Mile.” Bobby Horner, Waco’s inspection services…

‘Fixer Upper’ Shotgun House at 624 South 7th Street Hits The Market For $905 Per SqFt

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‘Fixer Upper’ shotgun house listed for almost $1 million Original Article by Mike Copeland of WacoTrib.com A small house on South 7th Street is carrying a big asking price that has local real estate agents shaking their heads in disbelief. “It’s the talk of the town,” said Kathy Schroeder, who oversees residential services for Coldwell…

Newly Named Magnolia Table at 2132 South Valley Mills Drive To Open At The End Of The Year

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‘Fixer Upper’s’ Joanna Gaines announces new name for historic Elite Cafe Original Article by Brandon Gray of KCEN.com WACO – The Elite Café location purchased by “Fixer Upper” couple Chip and Joanna Gaines has a new name. Magnolia Table will be the name and is expected to open at the end of the year, according…

The Waco Skyline Is Changing: Permit Issued For 8-Story Waco Hotel On I-35

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Original Article by Mike Copeland of WacoTrib.com Dallas-based DBG Investments has secured a permit to build an eight-story Marriott Springhill Suites on Interstate 35, a development that will include a three-story parking garage and amenities that include a rooftop deck and bar. The hotel will feature 133 suites and carries an estimated cost of $17.4…

Twin Peaks building remains vacant two years after melee

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Original article by Mike Copeland of wacotrib.com The building that housed Waco’s Twin Peaks restaurant remains vacant more than two years after the deadly shootout there, but the structure is playing host to some mysteries for local real estate agents. The 7,869-square-foot space built to resemble a hunting lodge is located in Central Texas Marketplace,…

The Warehouse at 727 Austin Avenue Fills Void Left By Muddle

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New bar opens Friday in downtown Waco Original Article by Cassie L. Smith of WacoTrib.com A new bar is opening in downtown Waco, filling the temporary void left by Muddle’s exit. The Warehouse, at 727 Austin Ave., debuts Friday under a trio of owners, which includes a face familiar to the local bar scene. With…

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