Avery family

The Avery Family

Avery Centre

Avery Centre is located on land owned by one of Round Rock’s founding families. In 1854, the Avery Family settled in Round Rock and began what became a thriving cattle and sheep ranch. Generations of Avery’s have been instrumental in establishing Round Rock as a pro-business, well educated, civic minded, family-friendly community. Well into their 5th and 6th generations, the Avery Family has deep roots in the community and continues their tradition of giving back and promoting Round Rock as a unique place to live and do business.

Avery Centre is a 1,200 acre master planned, mixed use community, located in northeast Round Rock, Williamson County, Texas.

Avery Centre is home to Texas State University, Texas A&M Health Science Center, Austin Community College, Seton Williamson Hospital, Cornerstone LTAC Hospital and a skilled nursing facility.

Avery Centre is conveniently located between IH-35 and SH-130 on the thriving University Boulevard, just 25 miles north from Austin and Austin-Bergstrom International Airport.

AVAILABLE PARCELS

– Retail

– Office

– Commercial

– Single Family

– Multi-family

– Town Center Mixed Use

– Hotel/Conference Center

Within 3 miles of Avery Centre: IH-35, SH-130, University Oaks Shopping Center, Teravista Golf Club, Round Rock Premium Outlets, Scott & White University Medical Campus and IKEA

SMART NEIGHBORS

Austin Community College – Phase I: 254,000 s.f. & 5,000 students; Phase Two: 325,000 s.f. & 11,000 students (2015)

Cornerstone Long Term Acute Hospital – 2-story, 60,000 s.f. facility, opened 2013

San Gabriel Rehabilitation and Care Center – State of the art, 143 bed skilled nursing and rehabilitation center

Seton Medical Center Williamson – Level II trauma medical facility; 1,056,800 s.f. at completion including clinical centers and 120,000 s.f. office

Texas A&M University Health Science Center – 50 acre medical school campus; approximately 1,000,000 s.f.

Texas State University Round Rock/St. David’s School of Nursing – approximate 3,000 students; Building 3, 102,172 s.f. opened 2014

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