New Wolf Crossing development will offer more shopping near Teravista
Tuesday, October 9, 2018
Teravista residents already enjoy countless options for shopping, dining, entertainment, healthcare and more in Georgetown and Round Rock. With the 42-acre Wolf Crossing mixed-use project set to open in Georgetown in 2019, the options will soon multiply.
Located at I-35 North and Texas Highway 29, Wolf Crossing will be a 42-acre lifestyle center with 14 buildings that will house at least 20 restaurants, a grocery store, a hotel, medical facilities and neighborhood services. The developer, Austin-based CSW Development, broke ground on the $200 million development in October, and it is set to open in fall 2019.
Envisioned as a sustainable development, Wolf Crossing will serve as a “gateway” to Georgetown’s historic downtown area, with a trailhead linking it to the trail system along the San Gabriel River. Many of the businesses in Wolf Crossing, especially the restaurants, will offer scenic river views.
Planned businesses include Tiff’s Treats, Verizon, Olive Garden, Jason’s Deli, P. Terry’s, Mamu Fu’s, Austin’s Pizza, and an Aldi grocery store. Others include CareNow Urgent Care, Firestone, First Watch Daytime Café, and Fairfield Inn and Suites Marriott.
“We envision Wolf Crossing being more than just a place where people shop,” said CSW Development CEO Todd Wallace. “We want to really embrace the beauty of this piece of land. Our hope is that this is a place where people don’t just come to shop. We want this to be an experience.”
Wolf Crossing will add to nearby shopping destinations that already include Wolf Ranch Town Center, an open-air town center at I-35 South and University Avenue. Set amid a landscape of ponds and nature trails, it offers top retailers like Best Buy, Kohl’s, Target and T.J. Maxx, along with restaurants including Longhorn Steakhouse, Casa Ole, Starbucks and Zoe’s Kitchen.
Explore the many other advantage of Teravista’s unbeatable location, offering the best of Round Rock and Georgetown, and with easy access to all of Austin.
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