ROUND ROCK, Texas — The City of Round Rock is breaking ground on its new library Thursday. The City is hosting a groundbreaking ceremony at 10:30 a.m.
The new library is going to much bigger than the City’s current one by almost 20,000 square feet. It is set to be complete with three floors, each with an outdoor space, classrooms and children’s storytime rooms.
PGAL Inc. is designing the space. The City is also building a parking garage next door to the new library.
One outdoor space will be a rooftop garden. According to the City’s website, it is planning to put a screen on the parking garage, adjacent to the rooftop space, for movie screenings and community events.
The location of the new building is on Liberty Avenue, about one block away from the Cty’s current library. The City unveiled its design of the library last month.
Construction on the new library is set to finish in 2023. The City will post construction updates on its website.
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