The Lookout Group, Inc. will be moving its corporate office from Houston to Leander in late 2016. Our future home office at the corner of Crystal Falls Parkway and Bagdad will also be home to Independence Title.
Residents of one of the largest master-planned communities in central Texas are anxiously observing the daily progress of Randalls every time they drive by the southwest corner of Crystal Falls Parkway and Lakeline Boulevard. The 59,000 sq.ft. Leander store at Crystal Falls Town Center will serve as the anchor tenant when it opens in Fall 2016.
Crystal Falls Town Center will include several tenants, a freestanding restaurant and a Randalls gas station
Cedar Park Regional Medical Center (CPRMC) has opened the city’s first freestanding Emergency Center located at 1751 Crystal Falls Parkway.
Esperanza is a master planned community like no other in Boerne, Texas and is now home to the first ever reclaimed water meter in this booming Hill Country town. The Lookout Group, the developers of Esperanza, have meticulously planned and designed a place that takes water conservation seriously, and their slogan for this is “Think Purple” since the reclaimed water being used is carried through a distinctive purple pipeline. With the help of the City of Boerne, efforts have been made to conserve, recycle, and rethink how water is used and make sure there is enough water to keep Boerne growing. “If you’re looking for a forward thinking place to call home,” Jim Plasek, Executive Vice President of Community Development, says, “Think Purple and save.”
Esperanza is leading by example to conserve water and ensure a safe, reliable, and affordable landscape water supply for its residents. When asked about the city’s first ever reclaimed water meter, “This is a big deal for Boerne utility customers,” said Mayor Mike Schultz. “We have invested millions of dollars to create this fourth source of water, for irrigation use, so that our current drinking water supply can support our growing community through at least 2070.” The first phase of Esperanza’s reclaimed water “purple pipe” infrastructure spans 16,700 linear feet and every home includes a reclaimed meter for irrigation. According to the City, this reclaimed water system will conserve 240 million potable gallons of water per year at full build out of Esperanza. That’s equivalent to saving all the water in 364 Olympic sized swimming pools, or one pool per day!
Reclaimed water is most commonly used for non potable (not for drinking) purposes, such as agriculture, landscape, and public parks irrigation. Rather than dispose of a precious resource, Esperanza will reuse the water to keep lawns green and cost effectively extend irrigating water supplies. The wastewater to reclaimed water process is relatively simple and constantly monitored to ensure that only high-quality recycled water is distributed. Water recycling is a critical element for managing Texas’ water resources. Through water conservation and the use of reclaimed water for irrigation purposes, the Esperanza residents can meet environmental needs and still have sustainable development and a viable savings.
Esperanza sprawls across 1,240 acres and will feature 15 miles of trails, a 23-acre city park, an amenity center, two in-community schools in the prestigious Boerne ISD, and its own fire station. A total of 2,480 homes will be built in the master planned community leaving ample room for outdoor living with 25 percent of Esperanza dedicated to open space. The developers of Esperanza will be hosting a Grand Opening May 14 – 15 where the public will be invited to explore Esperanza and see how they are conserving Texas’ most valuable resource.
On February 18th The Lookout Group hosted a Realtor Preview event for the Grand Opening of Esperanza in Boerne, Texas. Guests enjoyed appetizers from Chilito’s Latin Fusion, craft beers by Boerne Brewery, treats by Handful of Cookies, gift bags, sounds by Veteran Mobile Entertainment and one lucky winner walked away with a Realtor Rewards $1000 Visa gift card. Our consumer Grand Opening will be May 14 & 15. Like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/EsperanzaLiving/ to get updates on events.
Waxahachie is conveniently located at the crossroads of Interstate 35E and U.S. Highway 287. Waxahachie is experiencing a healthy and graceful rate of growth in the areas of retail, commercial, industrial and residential developments. Not only is the new Baylor Scott and White Medical Center helping spark expansion in the city’s marketplace, but Waxahachie will also be home to a new Farifield Inn and Suites, a new 500,000 sq. ft. high school, and several new retail shops and residential developments.
Austin’s population growth has greatly contributed to the expansion plans of Austin area health care facilities and hospitals. Crystal Falls will soon be home to a new 9,500 square foot emergency medical center located at Crystal Falls Parkway and Lakeline Boulevard. Cedar Park Regional Emergency Center will be open 24/7 and equipped to handle severe and life threatening situations, have the widest range of diagnostic tests and have access to several specialists.
Cedar Park Regional Medical Center (CPRMC) is a 93-bed Joint Commission accredited acute care
hospital. Serving the healthcare needs of Cedar Park and its surrounding communities, CPRMC is a
quality-driven and trusted healthcare provider. With over 500 physicians on its medical staff, the
hospital offers an array of medical services including: a Z4-hour Emergency Department with Level 4
Trauma Designation, lCU, PCU, Bariatric Surgery, Robotic-Assisted Surgery, Vascular Surgery, Spine
Surgery, lnterventional Cardiology, Cardiac Rehabilitation, Urology, Gastroenterology, Women’s Health Services, Level ll NICU, Laboratory Services, Diagnostic Imaging, Nuclear Medicine, Sleep Medicine, Women’s Services, Wound Care and more.