Washington Prime Group Inc. owns six shopping centers in the area, including The Arboretum. (Courtesy of the arboretum)
Read last week’s top business and community news from the Central Texas region.
Washington Prime Group Inc. announced on June 15 that it and its subsidiaries would file voluntary Chapter 11 bankruptcy filings in the US Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Texas.
Leander Cedar Park
• The Office of Police Oversight report finds that complaints against Austin police officers have increased but discipline has decreased in 2020
• Austin Weird Homes Tour ends; Z’Tejas Shuts Down Restaurant Arboretum and Other News from Central Texas
• Indeed Tower in Downtown Austin is sold to a California real estate and development company in a $ 580 million deal
Cedar Park will be home to the first of three pickleball and entertainment complexes in central Texas.
Round Rock, Pflugerville-Hutto
A total of 16 parents of Round Rock ISD spoke out on June 10th against the possible hiring of superintendent finalist Dr. Hafedh Azaiez without offering a town hall or a meeting.
The latest data from the Austin Board of Realtors shows that average house prices are reaching all-time highs in central Texas, including in the Round Rock-Pflugerville-Hutto area.
The Texas Department of Transportation is accepting public comments through June 26 on a proposed project in Georgetown to improve safety and mobility on I-35 between SE Inner Loop and RM 1431.
Brooke Sjoberg, Taylor Girtman, Brian Rash, and Trent Thompson contributed to this report.