Over the years, the Four Points area on the North end of 620 has transformed into a commercial development hot spot.
Remember when Black Walnut Cafe opened its doors in 2013?
For a long time, Lakewayers were envious that Four Points had the best movie theater ever with reclining seats and food and booze – the Moviehouse & Eatery. Then the Cinemark at HCG got a beautiful makeover, and green-eyed moviegoers were temporarily shushed.
Today, construction is well underway for the newest shopping center in Four Points, The Center at Four Points (aka Parke 27). Let’s take a look at what’s buzzing in this little slice of the Lake Travis area.
Pretty close to the original plan
If you’ve been following news about this development and you’re a little bit confused, that’s because it originally started with the name Parke 27, perhaps because the development sits on a 27-acre tract of land. Now it’s being called The Center at Four Points.
In 2018, when it was initially hitting the Lake Travis gossip grapevine, this was the information being shared:
- Staybridge Suites (3-story hotel)
- Discount Tire Center
- CleanFreak car wash
- Playhouse Pre-School
- An unidentified bank
- An unidentified restaurant (3750 sq. ft.)
- Panda Express
- A four-building retail office complex (approx. 100k sq. ft.)
- Various smaller retail shops
Confirmed tenants are ready to roll
The news that delighted chicken and pancake aficionados in the Lake Travis area is true because Chick-fil-A and IHOP will be located in The Center. In a recent announcement about who’s headed to The Center, the following tenants were also listed:
- Discount Tire
- Watershed Car Wash
- Little Sunshine’s Playhouse & Preschool
- Panda Express
- Bliss Nails
- Roosters Men’s Grooming
- Staybridge Suites
Starbucks has also been mentioned as a confirmed tenant. Additionally, we know Dog Haus is headed here too.
On the outskirts of a quiet neighborhood
If you’ve taken the time to explore Vista Parke (behind The Home Depot), you’ll discover that just a quick ride beyond the construction is Grandview Hills Elementary School (Leander ISD) tucked away off Vista Parke Drive. This is where you’ll find The Parke at Grandview Hills, a quiet neighborhood with older homes built in the 1980s and 1990s.
New home construction is also taking shape near Vista Parke with The Woods at Four Points, being touted as a farmhouse community. Austin home builder Ash Creek Homes, who is currently building in Serene Hills and Honey Creek (Lakeway) has said they have plans to build their next new home community in this growing area of Four Points.
So when can you order the Rooty Tooty Fresh ‘N Fruity?
It looks like tenants will be finishing out their shops and restaurants in the first quarter of 2020.
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