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James Avery to open second headquarters in Cedar Park

Posted on July 2nd, 2019

James Avery Artisan Jewelry, a jewelry design company, is planning to build 35,000-square-foot office headquarters in the Scottsdale Crossing Technology Park in Cedar Park. Cedar Park City Council voted unanimously June 27 to approve an economic development agreement with the Texas-based company with incentives totaling $507,500. “This is a tremendous win for us,” city Economic Read More >

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Cedar Park announces intention to bring United States Tennis Association Texas to $1.5 billion development

Posted on March 15th, 2019

The Cedar Park City Council announced an intention to bring the headquarters of the United States Tennis Association Texas to a $1.5 billion mixed-used development Thursday night. The development, called Indigo Ridge, will be on 155 acres at Whitestone Boulevard and Sam Bass Road, “right in the middle of the city,” said Ben White, Cedar Read More >

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Large indoor sports complex coming to Cedar Park

Posted on August 13th, 2018

A pair of hockey rinks and indoor and outdoor turf fields will help anchor a new sports park to be located at the 120-acre Scottsdale Crossing development site along the 183A Toll Road. Austin’s iSports Real Estate Development LLC and Chaparral Ice will team up to develop 15.4 acres, planned to feature a pair of Read More >

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Cedar Park and Round Rock Among Best Cities to Start a Restaurant

Posted on February 24th, 2016

Opening a new restaurant can be a risky business. Owners need a solid business plan, an efficient yet friendly staff, delicious food and a little bit of luck. Location is also key to the success of a new eatery. Entering a market that’s oversaturated with dining options or where the population is on the decline Read More >

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Council passes Parmer Ranch Trails incentive

Posted on January 11th, 2016

Parmer Ranch Trails, a mixed-use project located southeast of the Parmer Lane and Ranch Trails intersection in Cedar Park, is moving ahead with office building plans. Initially, this development was designated to have two-story restaurants and shops in the first phase, and offices in the second phase. However, one of the project’s partners, Riverside Resources, Read More >

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