(BRYAN, Texas) – ATLAS – the premier corporate campus in the Brazos Valley – and Lake Walk, the new town center featuring lifestyle and outdoor pursuits, introduce The Lookout, the development’s observation tower situated next to The Stella Hotel.
Designed by Nelsen Partners – who also created Lake Walk’s pavilion and first retail building – The Lookout stands 75 feet tall and features an observation deck and three viewpoints. Made of galvanized and stainless steel, the tower will light up for special occasions and holidays, and provide dramatic views of the Brazos Valley, Easterwood Airport, downtown Bryan and surrounding Texas A&M University landmarks.
Bryan residents Alyssa Barigan and Ardi Kiani named the tower as part of a contest Lake Walk hosted in partnership with local CBS affiliate KBTX-TV. For the winning submission, they won a Lake Walk Town Center Package, which includes a one-night stay at The Stella Hotel, breakfast at Campfire Restaurant and two tickets to a Brazos Valley Bombers baseball game.
“The tower naming contest gave us an opportunity to connect with the community and let them name a significant feature of our development,” says Spencer Clements, Principal, ATLAS and Traditions Development. “The Lookout symbolizes the area’s pioneering spirit and serves as a reminder of our mission to empower and inspire.”
Surrounding The Lookout is a boardwalk along with a new festival site hosting food trucks and the new weekly Wednesday Farmers Market. Complementing the amenities of Lake Walk, The Lookout is an ideal spot to enjoy during the town center’s Summer Nights Concert Series, starting June 9.
For more information, visit Lake Walk at: www.lakewalktx.com, or follow on social media: Facebook and Twitter.
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.
Anchoring Lake Walk is The Stella Hotel, a 176-key upscale boutique hotel that personifies the Brazos Valley’s authentic sense of place and culture. The Stella’s on-site restaurant, Campfire, and speakeasy bar, Hershel’s, embody the delectable fare and warm hospitality found throughout the Lone Star State. Located adjacent to The Stella and set to open later this year, P.O.V. will be a sleek café serving up specialty coffee from San Antonio’s Merit Roasting Co., with several small batched blends, along with light fare, specialty brews and wine, all in a stylish, modern setting.
The town center also features a pavilion and plaza, a waterfront park on Lake Atlas and soon-to-open retail space. Bryan-based Stafford Barrett Commercial Services, in partnership with Transwestern, is the leasing agent for Lake Walk.
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. Companies located within ATLAS include Fujifilm Diosynth Biotechnologies, iBio, Nutrabolt and ViaSat. ATLAS also 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, the Texas A&M University System RELLIS Campus, Mays Business School, Research Park, National Center for Therapeutics Manufacturing and the Texas Institute of Preclinical Studies are all close by.
For more information, visit ATLAS at: www.atlastx.com, or follow the corporate campus on social media: Facebook and Twitter.