The old Round Rock Public Library is getting a makeover!
The 44,000-square-foot building, which will maintain its designation as the Griffith Building, will include the Round Rock Visitors Center, a two-story Arts and Culture gallery on the first floor, and the Round Rock Chamber on the second floor. The north side of the building will provide additional flex space for City operations.
In addition to a remodel of the building, the City anticipates relocating the Palm House, which currently houses the Round Rock Chamber on Main Street, to the Old Settlers Association near its original home along Palm Valley Boulevard. The space provided by the move will allow the City to build a paseo, or walkway, that connects Prete Plaza and the courtyard for the recently-opened Round Rock Public Library, which is adjacent to a new 289-space parking garage.
Photos included here are renderings of the Griffith Building/Paseo.
Copy and images courtesy of City of Round Rock