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Artist Is Tasked With Restoration Project After Art Piece Is Vandalized

Posted by:Jonathon Lopez

Waco native artist returns to restore MLK mural on Brazos bridge pier Original article by J.B. Smith of wacotrib.com Over 12 years, Ira Watkins’ mural of Martin Luther King Jr. has survived floods and a spray paint attack. But now it’s getting a restoration with a touch of the master’s hand. Watkins, a Waco native…

For Sale: 33 Acres on Silo Hill Road

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Harrell & Associates – KW Commercial, Central Texas would like to announce our newest listing, 33 acres of land in Lorena, Texas. This 33 acres sits on Levi Parkway, which is located east of Lorena, and west of Golinda. The property also has a 1,200 SqFt metal building in a corner of the property. The…

Magnolia, Target partnership; L3 mum on buyouts; Gas prices dip; Mars candy fighting climate change

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Original article by Mike Copeland of wacotrib.com The brand of “Fixer Upper” stars Chip and Joanna Gaines continues to grow, with retailing giant Target announcing it will launch Hearth & Hand with Magnolia, a 300-item collection of home and lifestyle merchandise. “The collection reflects a modern take on Magnolia’s signature aesthetic with modern, classic, industrial…

ALICO roofs; ‘Boss Conference’; Waco 5G trials; County garage sold

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Original article by Mike Copeland of wacotrib.com The historic ALICO building at Fifth Street and Austin Avenue downtown is getting new roofs on its lower levels that extend from the main building. Montgomery Construction crews are covering tar-and-gravel material, which has lasted since the 22-story structure was unveiled in 1911, with a plastic membrane. The…

Hurricane Harvey: Real Estate’s Big Players Respond To Storm Of The Century

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Real estate’s big players respond to Hurricane Harvey Original Article by Gill South of inman.com Keller Williams’ charity arm, KW Cares, was finally able to send in its three 18-wheeler trucks from Austin, Texas to a waiting warehouse in Houston at 10:30 am Central Time, Friday. The trucks had volunteers aboard ready to work on…

Lula Jane’s Bakery Founder To Open Nonprofit Food Market At 704 Elm Avenue In East Waco

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East Waco entrepreneur sets sights on Elm Avenue Food Market Original Article by Mike Copeland of WacoTrib.com The founder of Rapoport Academy and Lula Jane’s bakery is expanding her mission to revitalize East Waco, this time in the form of a nonprofit food market. Nancy Grayson closed this week on a building at 704 Elm…

For Sale: 1,798 SqFt Office/Residential Space at 621 North Robinson Road in Waco, Texas 76706

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OWNER FINANCING AVAILABLE Harrell & Associates – KW Commercial, Central Texas would like to present our latest property for sale or for lease, a 1,798 SqFt Office/Retail space located at 621 North Robinson Drive in Waco, Texas. This 1,798 SqFt office building sits on 1.066 Acres and fronts one of Robinson’s busiest major roads. The…

Fortune 500 Company Dick’s Sporting Goods Eyes Waco Location

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Dick’s Sporting Goods bound for Richland Mall Original Article by Mike Copeland of WacoTrib.com Dick’s Sporting Goods, which has more than 600 locations, has plans to place a store in Richland Mall, according to a building permit issued by the city of Waco. It may fill the vacancy left when Forever 21 relocated to Central…

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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