An example of the homes being marketed now at Wildhorse Ranch. BROHN HOMES AND PULTE HOMES

Austin Business Journal writes, "another undeveloped chunk of land has taken a step toward becoming single-family homes in Northeast Austin.

During the Oct. 25 meeting of the Austin Planning Commission, the preliminary plan for Pinnacle at Wildhorse Ranch gained approval to divide 60 acres into 57 lots within the city’s Gilleland Creek watershed.

The approval represents an expansion to Wildhorse Ranch that has risen on 1,450 acres next to the newly requested expansion.

The development is a product of Austin-based Dwyer Realty Companies, led by longtime developer Pete Dwyer, and the request and the preliminary plan were presented to the commission by Kevin Burks, a civil engineer at the design consulting firm Kimley-Horn.

Dwyer Realty did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

The new rooftops are set to rise at 12000 Blue Bluff Road just outside Manor, in sight of Ben Fisher Park off Old Highway 20. It's about a 15-minute drive away from the new Tesla gigafactory.

The project, which received staff approval, was unanimously passed by the commission as a consent item during the meeting.

The development is located on land that was once the homestead of a former military pilot and named after a wild horse allowed to roam his land.

Austin-based builders Brohn Homes and the Georgia-based Pulte Homes are building the single-family homes on the site. Residences in the community are currently listed between $399,000 and $583,000, according to the real estate website Zillow."


Source: Austin Business Journal 

Written by: Mike Christen

Published: October 26, 2022


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