Saladoans are invited to an informal meeting with the developers of The Sanctuary, a 300-acre mixed use development proposed to be built on property along FM 2268 and at I-35 in the Village extra territorial jurisdiction.
Robert Sulaski, a participating partner and builder, will meet with interested Saladoans at a gathering slated for 6:30 p.m. Oct. 20 at Stonecreek Settlements on College Hill Rd. He asks for RSVPs to be sent to him at firstname.lastname@example.org so he can plan for rereshments to serve. The formal presentation begins at 6:30 p.m., but an informal opportunity to meet Sulaski and the developers of The Sanctuary will begin at 5:30 p.m.
He wants to meet with locals to talk about the mixed use development that will include restaurant spaces, an entertainment district that could have an 1,800 seat indoor music performance center, shopping locations and a variety of residential units.
Sulaski told Salado Village Voice that The Sanctuary could have up to 450 homes in it, including some that will be assisted living. The Sanctuary will have strict design guidelines featuring four or five architectural styles, including Old World European and the Texas venacular.
There will be cottage homes as well as stand-alone homes.
The Sanctuary Development Corporation has been in closed door discussions with the Village of Salado concerning a potential partnership on the proposed sewer system for Salado.