The Commons at Teravista Bringing New Daycare, Office Space to Teravista
Thursday, January 29, 2015
North Forest Office Space plans to break ground in early February for The Commons at Teravista, a 23,000-square-foot development located at 1821 Westinghouse Road, right across the way from the new Georgetown section of Teravista!
Located on a two-acre site purchased from Newland Communities, the developer of Teravista, The Commons of Teravista will consist of two buildings, both planned for completion by the end of 2015.
One building will provide 10,000 square feet of space and has already been leased to The Learning Experience, a national provider of early childhood education. When it opens, The Learning Experience will become the third daycare provider in Teravista.
A second building, with 13,000 square feet, will provide professional office space for small businesses, medical and dental practices. Available spaces range from 651 to approximately 5,000 square feet. An orthodontist has already become the first tenant to lease space at The Commons at Teravista.
Leasing is currently under way, and tenants will be able to move in during the fourth quarter of 2015. For leasing information, contact Meghan Jordan at 512.516.1363 or via email at Meghanj@nforest.com.
Active in Austin and other markets, North Forest Office Space is a national developer of office space for small businesses, medical and dental practices that emphasizes turnkey service, all-inclusive rates and environmentally friendly development practices. The company’s “green” development practices include eco-friendly paint and lighting, recycled parking lot surface materials, and the planting more than 1,000 trees across its projects in the past 10 years.
Both buildings in The Commons at Teravista will feature stone exteriors with gabled rooflines that complement the residential character of the surrounding community.
The Commons at Teravista
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