Save Town Lake Enters the Fray

The lakefront firestorm's only going to get hotter this year

The Austin Business Journal reports the organization called Save Town Lake has filed to become a nonprofit. The object of their ire is the CWS Capital Partners condo development slated along the waterfront, which also looks to build closer to the lake than current setbacks require. Check out the Save Town Lake website here, and be sure to peek at their exhaustive list of development plans here. The lakefront firestorm's only going to get hotter in 2007.

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Downtown, Growth & Development, Town Lake, Development, Condos

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