(BRYAN, Texas) – ATLAS – the premier corporate campus in the Brazos Valley – and Lake Walk, the new town center featuring lifestyle and outdoor pursuits, announce that they will host the Second-Annual CHI St. Joseph Gran Fondo on March 26.
The cycling event, which will start and finish at The Stella Hotel in ATLAS Lake Walk, benefits CHI St. Joseph Health’s cancer services. Cyclists ride through the scenic, bluebonnet-covered Brazos Valley, with plenty of rest stations throughout the route.
Late registration for the 20-, 40-, 70- or 100-mile rides can be done at the Lake Walk Pavilion on the day of the race beginning at 6 a.m. Race packets can be picked up on March 24-25 at Bike Barn in College Station, and at the Lake Walk Pavilion on the 26th. For more information on the CHI St. Joseph Gran Fondo, visit www.granfondobcs.com.
“We are thrilled that CHI St. Joseph Health has once again chosen Lake Walk to host the Gran Fondo, which raises support for an incredible cause,” says Spencer Clements, Principal of ATLAS and Traditions Developments. “This second annual event marks one of many lively events that will take place throughout the spring and summer in Lake Walk – from the opening of The Stella Hotel and P.O.V. Coffee Shop and Café to the unveiling of the observation tower.”
Lake Walk is Bryan/College Station’s premier destination to engage the senses. The 176-room Stella Hotel anchors a comfortably upscale, thoughtful but lively, collection of regional dining, retail and wellness pursuits, including the newly-opened CHI St. Joseph Health MatureWell Lifestyle Center. Focusing on community, Lake Walk celebrates music, art, nature and design, fashioning a place where memories aren’t just made, they’re crafted.
The CHI St. Joseph Health MatureWell Lifestyle Center, in partnership with Texas A&M University Health Science Center, is a new concept in healthcare, offering a single destination for adults 55 and older to access a variety of healthcare services under one roof. MatureWell provides seniors a comprehensive location where they can achieve their health and wellness goals, manage illnesses and treatments through the help of a specialized physician, and take advantage of social and educational opportunities designed exclusively for them.
About Lake Walk
Located within ATLAS and adjacent to the acclaimed Traditions Club and Community, Lake Walk is a comfortably upscale, thoughtful but lively collection of regional dining, hospitality and retail, and Bryan/College Station’s premier destination to engage the senses. Focusing on community, Lake Walk celebrates music, art, nature and design, fashioning a place where memories aren’t just made, they are crafted.
The Stella Hotel, managed by Trust Hospitality, brings comfort and sophistication to Bryan/College Station, welcoming guests with genuine Texan hospitality. The 176-room property is adjacent to Traditions Club and Community and Texas A&M University, and located in the epicenter of the Texas A&M Biocorridor. The on-site restaurant, Campfire, offers seasonally-driven fare and the craft cocktail bar Hershel’s is reminiscent of a speakeasy. The Stella is a member of Preferred Hotels & Resorts Lifestyle collection. For more information, please visit www.thestellahotel.com.
Lake Walk will soon unveil an observation tower, and construction is set to begin on a pavilion, a waterfront park on Lake Atlas and additional retail and restaurant spaces. Bryan-based Stafford Barrett Commercial Services in partnership with Transwestern is the leasing agent for Lake Walk.
For more information, visit Lake Walk at: www.lakewalktx.com, or follow on social media: Facebook and Twitter.
An extension of and adjacent to the acclaimed Traditions Club and Community, ATLAS is best in class for manufacturing and technological companies desiring a wellness environment. ATLAS offers a thriving planned community chock-full of lifestyle, employment and outdoor opportunities, including Lake Walk Town Center.
Centrally located within The Texas A&M Biocorridor, ATLAS is adjacent to the university’s Health Science Center and just two miles from Easterwood Airport and the main campus. The College of Veterinary Medicine, the $32 million Hildebrand Equine Complex, Mays Business School, Research Park, National Center for Therapeutics Manufacturing and the Texas Institute of Preclinical Studies are all within 2.5 miles.
For more information, visit ATLAS at: www.atlastx.com, or follow the corporate campus on social media: Facebook and Twitter.