October 16th, 2019 Update – The new center is looking really pretty with all kinds of finishes. We are starting to be able to see what the finished product will look like. The first business to open was the new Goodwill, it officially opened on 10/10/19.
It was a little harder to get the pics this time, as you can see there are many workers present with large equipment.
You can look below to see a list of when each tenant is scheduled to open.
Here’s our gallery for October. Tap any image for a larger view.
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September 14th, 2019 Update – There has been so much progress on the Wolf Crossing Development since we last updated.
They have cut out two turn-in lanes along IH-35 and much of the parking lot is in.
We have confirmation on a few more of the businesses coming.
Last week there was an article in the Williamson County Sun that included a list of businesses that will be here by late this year, early next year or late next year.
Here’s the confirmed list with dates given;
St. David’s CareNow Urgent Care – Late 2019
Willie’s Grille and Ice House – Late 2019
Olive Garden – Late 2019
P. Terry’s – Late 2019
Firestone – Late 2019
Hand and Stone – Late 2019
Club Pilates – Late 2019
Jersey Mike’s Subs – Late 2019
Mahana Fresh – Late 2019
Jason’s Deli – Late 2019
Verizon – Late 2019
Austin Regional Clinic – Late 2019
Tiff’s Treats – January
Marriott Fairfield Inn and Suite – January
First Watch Café – Late 2020
Salons by JC – Late 2020
We’ve taken some new pics too, it will be a nice looking center…Tap any image for a larger view or slide show.
The Developer’s Brochure has been updated on October 14th, 2019. Developer’s Brochure Here.
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Update August 19th, 2019 – There have been some major changes to Wolf Crossing in the last month.
Here are some images we took this weekend. Tap any image for a larger view.
**Please keep in mind that some of the businesses we show here are still ‘proposed’ and not confirmed. They come from the developers updated brochure…
Update July 26, 2019 – It’s been a whole month since we last reported on the new Center, Wolf Crossing, that is planned for completion later this year.
Some of the buildings and locations are obvious and we are starting to identify the businesses that go with the building.
Here’s our updated gallery showing the progress. There are quite a few stand alone buildings on the map that aren’t visible yet from the street. There’s a lot more info below the new gallery.
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Update June 21, 2019 – There have been some developments – According to the artist rendering for Wolf Crossing Brochure dated 6/18/19 there are a few additions to the line-up of businesses that will be coming. The new to us list includes; Good Will, Mahana Fresh, Club Pilates, PJ’s Cafe and Sleep Number.
Plus another building has walls, this is the one located just east of the Power Park along University, looks like it will be the Good Will Store…tap for larger view.
Update 6/13/19 Update – There’s has been a great deal of progress along Hwy I35 recently. Here are some shots of the buildings going up that we took yesterday and today.
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Update 3/13/19 – We have more stores to add to the list for the Wolf Crossing Development.
These are in addition to the list directly below; Aspen Dental, Menchie’s Frozen Yogurt, ALDI, Gold’s Gym, Austin Regional Clinic, DECA Dental Group, Ulti Mattress, Total Nutrition, Club Pilates, Austin’s Pizza, Mama Fu’s, Organic Nails Spa.
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Update 1/1/19 – Here’s the list of businesses that are slated to be in Wolf Crossing according to the developers brochure; Olive Garden, Jason’s Deli, Starbucks, Fairfield Inn & Suites, Salons by JC, P. Terry’s Burgers, Verizon, Firestone, First Watch Daytime Cafe, Jersey Mike’s Subs, Care Now Urgent Care and Grocery Store. We will keep you posted.
Update – 10/29/18 – Ken and I were by the site of the Wolf Crossing Development and it’s looking very beautiful. The land is rolling with lots of lovely old trees they have fenced off for safe keeping. Here’s a picture of their new sign.
Update 10/2/18 – We went by the area where the new Wolf Crossing Development will be and took some pictures of the clearing work that’s been done. You can start to see where the big development will be.
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Update 9/26/18 – Ground Breaking, News release from the City of Georgetown!
“Wolf Crossing, a 250,000-square-foot retail center, will break ground on Oct. 2 in Georgetown. The project on Interstate 35 at University Avenue includes restaurants, medical facilities, neighborhood services, a hotel, and a grocery store.
“The retail center will be developed by CSW Development with leasing by JLL, and is expected to open in fall 2019. Retailers anticipated at Wolf Crossing include Marriott Fairfield Inn and Suites, Verizon, P. Terry’s, Jason’s Deli, Tiff’s Treats, First Watch café, and Salons by JC.
“The ground breaking ceremony for Wolf Crossing will be at 2:30 p.m. on Oct. 2 at the site, which is at the southeast corner of I-35 and University Avenue in Georgetown. Officials from CSW Development, JLL, and the City of Georgetown will be at the event. The entrance to the ground breaking site is on University Avenue east of I-35. There is a private drive to the site at 910 W. University Avenue, which is east of the LCRA sub station and just before the bridge over the San Gabriel River.”
The future Wolf Crossing Development will be located across IH-35 from Wolf Ranch Town Center and south of Hwy 29..
Tenants will include P. Terry’s, Jason’s Deli, Tiff’s Treats, Pet Supermarket, First Watch café and Salons by JC.
The new development will also include a hotel, a grocery and an emergency clinic.
Construction for Wolf Crossing is expected to be completed in 2019.
The developers brochure includes some really interesting information. There’s a site map showing where the development will be, including the future proposed sight of the HEB.
There’s also a description of the development, some 2017 demographics and projections and a link to another brochure from the City. Click here to go through the updated full brochure from the developer’s website.