CI NATION ROUNDUP: Early concept for Frisco’s Northwest Community Park includes a “gravity ride” bike tower; Perky Beans Cafe now open in Leander and more top news
Renderings of the conceptual tower have been shown depicting an approximately 100 foot tower, but the intent is to build a smaller tower. A total of $ 2.43 million was cited as the estimated cost of a 100-foot gravity tower, but the moderators said the cost would go down with a smaller tower. (Courtesy of the City of Frisco)
Take a look at the top 5 trending stories from all coverage areas of the Community Impact Newspaper (as of October 20th).
Note: The following stories were released between October 18th and 19th.
Early concept for Frisco’s Northwest Community Park includes a large bicycle tower for “gravity driving”
A park just south of the future PGA Frisco headquarters could soon offer several new facilities for cyclists, including a 12-meter high “Gravity Riding” tower.
La Hacienda Ranch in Frisco “is having trouble” gathering workers and supplies to repair kitchen fires
The eatery at 4110 Preston Road shared an update on Facebook on October 15th.
Perky Beans Cafe open for breakfast, lunch in the north of Leander
Breakfast is served all day and the cafe plans to extend to dinner times in the future, said owner Angie Diaz.
The Amazon Fulfillment Center in Pflugerville is officially in operation and will continue to be ceased
The AUS2 Amazon Fulfillment Center in Pflugerville is now officially operational, and a company representative said the facility will be hiring new employees through next year.
More than 20,000 outdoor seating for Southwest Austin. planned
Developer Craig Bryan said he hopes the Violet Crown Amphitheater in southwest Austin will help the city live up to its name as the live music capital of the world, even as the population increases.
Matt Payne, Taylor Girtman, Brian Rash, and Maggie Quinlan contributed to this report.