Great location near Indigo Ridge in Cedar Park!
Given the short distance between Leander to Cedar Park, the recent announcement that Indigo Ridge is coming to Cedar Park is exciting news for those considering a new home at Deerbrooke. This new mixed-use development is less than 6 miles from Deerbrooke, making it about a 10-minute drive to all the offices, retail space, restaurants and recreation planned for Indigo Ridge.
Where will the Indigo Ridge Cedar Park development be located?
The Indigo Ridge Cedar Park location will encompass 155 acres on the northwest corner of Whitestone Boulevard and Sam Bass Road. This $1.5B project has been called the New Domain in Round Rock, and Cedar Park mayor Corbin Van Arsdale has called it “the biggest economic deal that’s ever happened in Williamson County.”
Indigo Ridge Cedar Park Texas: Two sections, one exciting project
The Indigo Ridge Development Cedar Park is planned to be built in six phases, including more than 2.3 million square feet of commercial development.
Indigo Ridge North
The anchor for Indigo Ridge north Cedar Park is the headquarters for the United States Tennis Association Texas. USTA Texas plans to include about 40 outdoor tennis courts, six to eight indoor tennis courts, a stadium court and other amenities at Indigo Ridge Cedar Park TX.
Expected to include retail, hotel, and office space, Indigo Ridge Cedar Park Texas North has been compared to The Domain in Austin and is expected to include office buildings up to 10 stories tall.
Indigo Ridge South
Plans for Indigo Ridge South Cedar Park include rezoning the land into a “planned development” that would accommodate a general business or mixed-use project. 20 acres of the southwest corner of the parcel of the Indigo Ridge project Cedar Park parcel will be zoned for mixed-use development, while the remaining 76 acres would permit general business, including light manufacturing.
One of the most appealing aspects of Indigo Ridge in Cedar Park is the emphasis on creating a distinct and walkable area that ties together offices, sports facilities, retail, restaurants and entertainment.
Williamson County Texas Growth
Indigo Ridge Austin is just one of the new projects spurring growth from Leander to Cedar Park. Northline Leander, a walkable town center located south of San Gabriel Parkway incorporating parks, retail and office space, was recently approved by the Leander City Council.
Announcements regarding Indigo Ridge and Northline are exciting news for those looking for a new home in Leander, putting new restaurants coming to Cedar Park, shopping, dining, and employment opportunities even closer. These developments are much more accessible than Premium Outlets, for example. For those wondering, “How far is Leander from Round Rock?” the answer is nearly 18 miles using Highway 183A north.
Another exciting benefit of all the growth in Williamson County is that mixed-use development can affect the value of single-family homes dramatically, often making neighborhoods close to the planned developments more valuable and attractive to residents, investors, and tenants alike.
Start building your new home in Deerbrooke now!
To take advantage of the potential increase in value for your new home in Deerbrooke, contact us today to schedule your tour.