Update August 8, 2018. The new 164 acre development, Wolf Lakes Village, is underway, here’s the status as of July 2018.
Annexed and located within the city limits of Georgetown, Texas.
Phasing Plan approved by City of Georgetown.
Architectural Site Plan/Design Guidelines complete.
Planned Unit Development (comprehensive site zoning) – drafted and approved by City Staff of Georgetown.
Clean site with no environmental hazards.
Boundary and Tree Survey complete.
All utilities available to site.
Engineering for all infrastructure complete.
Regional Water Quality/Detention Plan in place.
Traffic Impact Analysis – Approved by the City of Georgetown.
Located in the NW corner at Interstate 35 and Texas Hwy 29; the community would include a wedding chapel, three lakes, a plaza and arched bridges, a cinema, cathedral and 3500-seat amphitheater.
12/2017 – Earlier this year Ken and I attended a meeting at the Georgetown Chamber of Commerce were Iva Wolf McLachlan shared with us the plans for Wolf Lakes Village; a 164 acre development that would be fashioned after villages in Italy.
The development would include 4 million square feet of space for corporate campuses, a cathedral, bell tower, apartments, homes and retail. Ms. Wolf McLachlan described a place where people could live, work, shop and play.
The development expects to bring jobs to Georgetown and would be home to 5000 people. The Wolf Lakes Village would reflect the romance of an Italian village, with stone buildings and other features.
Wolf Lakes Village will likely be considered for approval by the Georgetown City Council in February, break ground in the spring and be built out within 10 years. ~Some information from the Austin American Statesman
Here’s a short video showing the developers vision.