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80,000 SqFt Retail/Office/Entertainment Center Coming To Woodway?

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Original article by Mike Copeland of wacotrib.com A Dallas developer who has spearheaded projects in downtown Waco is turning his attention to Woodway, where he proposes The Outlook at Bosque Ridge to bring retail, restaurants, an amphitheater and office space to acreage at U.S. Highway 84 and Ritchie Road. Marshall Stewman has acquired about 11…

Standard Hat Works Crafts Hats For County Music Group Midland

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Original article by Ke’SHe Lopez of kwtx.com Cameron Morris at Standard Hat Works in Waco has created several hats for members of the country music group Midland to wear at Sunday night’s award show. The band, formed in Dripping Springs, and its members, Mark Wystrach, Jess Carson and Cameron Duddy, are nominated for Grammys for…

United States’ Second Commercial Surf Park To Open In Waco This Spring

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Original article by Dylan Heyden of theinertia.com There’s something about Texas, apparently. If all goes according to schedule, the United States’ second commercial surf park may open less than 2 hours in a straight shot north up I-35 from its first – Austin’s NLand Surf Park. As we reported in October 2016, it’s all going…

Brazos Iron Works Moves Into Former Patriot Building On Loop 340

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Original article by Phillip Ericksen of wacotrib.com A company that manufactures equipment for oil and gas drilling is moving into one of the largest buildings in Waco. Brazos Iron Works plans to start operating in the former Patriot mobile-home manufacturing building on West Loop 340 on Jan. 15, 2018 officials said. The company, which makes…

Lighting Up Waco With…Underpass Lights? $8.9 Million TIF Bond Weighed For Underpass Lights, Suspension Bridge & Sidewalks

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Original article by J.B. Smith of wacotrib.com The downtown Tax Increment Financing Zone board on Thursday will consider swallowing three big pedestrian-oriented projects in one big bite. The board will consider an $8.9 million bond to fund a decorative lighting project on four downtown underpasses, several blocks of lighted sidewalks near Magnolia Market and a…

For Sale: 4.87 Acres in the Robinson Industrial Park – Waco, Texas 76706

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Harrell & Associates – KW Commercial, Central Texas would like to announce our new listing, 4+ Acres of Development Land in the Robinson Industrial Park on Greig Drive in, Waco, Texas. The 4.87 acres, or 212,137.20 SqFt, of land sits in the Robinson Drive Industrial Park on Greig Drive near Interstate Highway 35. This excellent…

Artist Is Tasked With Restoration Project After Art Piece Is Vandalized

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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…

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