SouthWest Lubbock is the new site of an office park. Developers hope the new office park will attract a wide range of professional businesses.
Friday morning, the Lubbock Chamber of Commerce and City Councilman Tom Martin were on hand as ground was broken at 82nd and Iola Avenue. The project manager of Cascada Office Park says SouthWest Lubbock is the perfect place to build. "[With] The number of houses going up, commercial business and activities, we think this is one of the most active areas in town and are happy to be here," said Project Manager, Scott Collier.
The ten acre lot will eventually contain 15 separate offices.
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