April 24, 2017
Parks Master Plan Community Meeting #2- Review Alternatives
March 2, 2017
Parks Master Plan Community Input Meeting Planned for March 21.
December 15, 2016
THE GROVE WINS CITY COUNCIL APPROVAL
July 14, 2016
THE GROVE WINS ZONING COMMISSION ENDORSEMENT
"Grove at Shoal Creek Receives Controversial Approval"
Time Warner Cable News
"Grove at Shoal Creek Scaled Back Amid Neighborhood Concerns"
by Jeff Stensland, Time Warner Cable News
Click here to learn more about our Master Plan presentation on March 30. Watch the presentation or download a PDF of the presentation.
The Grove Announces a New Pedestrian and Bicycle Bridge over Shoal Creek.
Click here for more details on our Blog.
Click here to read "Developer commits to build pedestrian bridge over Shoal Creek" by Gary Dinges, Austin American-Statesman.
The Grove at Shoal Creek Announces Affordable Housing for AISD Teachers Program
Teachers will have an unprecedented opportunity to purchase homes at affordable rates in Austin’s urban core under a historic program announced by The Grove at Shoal Creek and the Austin Independent School District (AISD).
CLICK HERE to learn more and to see the news coverage.
The Grove at Shoal Creek Announces Wildflower Seed Harvest
The Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center has helped complete the first stage of a comprehensive program by the owners of The Grove at Shoal Creek to preserve wildflowers and other native plants at the site of the planned central Austin community. Wildflower Center staff collected and stored seeds from more than 50 species of wildflowers and native grasses on the site, which will later be replanted for long-term benefits to the community.
Click here to read our press release.
Click here to download our infographic.
The Grove at Shoal Creek Announces Historic Affordable Housing Plan
Click here to read our press release.
"Bull Creek Road development would be a step forward for affordable housing in Central Austin” by Alberta Phillips
“As council weighs zoning, developer offers to boost affordable housing” by Shonda Novak
Time Warner Cable News
"Developers Discuss Affordable Housing Plans for Bull Creek."
"More than 180 affordable units proposed for The Grove at Shoal Creek development” by Jennifer Curington
“Developer unveils plans for community with affordable housing”
by Ashley Goudeau
“Bull Creek developer promises to add affordable housing in Central Austin”
by Erin Cargile
“As council weighs zoning, developer offers to boost affordable housing”
“We believe it is important to incorporate affordable housing in a part of the city where land values are high, and it’s economically challenging to do so,” said Garrett Martin, Manager of ARG Bull Creek LTD. “The Grove at Shoal Creek is a once in a lifetime opportunity to build a project that provides an array of community benefits encompassed in one project: expansive parkland, diversity of housing types, extensive traffic mitigation that's paid for, heritage tree preservation, storm water detention above and beyond requirements to help reduce Shoal Creek drainage issues, access to exemplary schools, public transportation, and neighborhood businesses. And now we can add affordable housing to that list of benefits.”
“It is clear to everyone in Austin that affordable housing is in great need throughout Austin. Through our community engagement, we heard a call for affordable housing from the community. While this is an economic challenge, we believe it is the right thing to do for the project, the neighborhood and the city,” said Martin.
The Grove at Shoal Creek Goes To City Hall
On June 11, representatives from The Grove went to City Hall to give City Council a briefing on The Grove at Shoal Creek.
Click here to see the coverage at KVUE.
A Local Film Project Comes to The Grove
We like to support local businesses.
So when a local Austin filmmaker asked if she could film some of her Kickstarter-funded movie in the oak grove on our property, we said, ”Action!”
The movie is called "The Honor Farm." It is a teen thriller set on prom night, directed by Karen Skloss. They will be filming on our property during the evening of June 6th and June 7th.
Director Karen Skloss is an award-winning filmmaker. Her work has been shown on HBO, in the Museum of Modern Art, in wide theatrical release and in film festivals internationally.
Click here to learn more about “The Honor Farm.”
Friends and Neighbors,
We are going to postpone our Community Meeting that we scheduled for May 27th.
Please remove that from your calendars, and we'll get back to you soon with a new date for the meeting.
Following our work at our Vision Workshops, many neighborhood meetings, and our previous Planning Meeting, we organized a meeting on April 2, 2015 to unveil the Conceptual Master Plan and the name of the new community.
The new name is The Grove at Shoal Creek.
Here is the presentation we showed that evening. You'll see how we listened closely to you to create a Master Plan for a community that will be viable, sustainable, people-oriented, high-quality and inviting.
Click here to download the PDF.
You can read details as reported by the Austin American-Statesman. Click here.
Our presentation was also covered by Community Impact on April 2. Click here to read it.
Our project was also covered in the print version of Community Impact on April 22. Click here to read it.
In addition, click here to watch a report from KVUE.
For more information about these series of meetings, please contact Jason Meeker at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 512-553-9188.
We are working closely with neighbors, neighborhood leaders, and city officials as we plan a legacy project in the heart of Austin, Texas.
We are meeting regularly with the Bull Creek Road Coalition (BCRC) to share details about the future community.
Click here to learn more about the BCRC via their Facebook page.
For more information about these series of meetings, please contact Jason Meeker at email@example.com or by phone at 512-553-9188. Space is very limited, so persons not affiliated with the Bull Creek Road Coalition are asked to please contact Jason Meeker about attending a meeting.
You are invited to a Planning Meeting about the creation of a community near you.
Wednesday, February 11, 2015
6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Smith Auditorium at Temple Beth Israel
3901 Shoal Creek Blvd.
At the Planning Meeting, we will go over the results from our recent survey conducted at our Vision Workshops, and discuss what the survey results mean for development of the site.
You are invited you to attend an upcoming Vision Workshop, where we seek to gain your input about the creation of a new community near you.
The first workshop is Jan. 21, and it will be repeated on Jan. 28. We're not asking you to come to both of them. This means there are two opportunities to participate!
We invite you to attend a Vision Workshop on either Jan. 21 or Jan. 28 from 6:00-8:00 PM at Westminster Retirement Community at 4100 Jackson Avenue.
We look forward to seeing you at a workshop and hearing from you.