Backyard in Bee Cave Hoping For Comeback
Backyard Partners, a development group from Bee Cave, is hoping to start work on a mixed-use project, that will revitalize the Backyard in Bee Cave entertainment venue. The Austin Business Journal reported the City Council approved $3.25 million in incentives that will help build a road to service a growing entertainment corridor in the city that includes the revamped Backyard in Bee Cave project. The Backyard will join entertainment sites Spanish Oaks and the Hill Country Galleria.
The road is the trigger for a number of uses the developer has in mind. It’s planning a 28-acre project that will have housing and restaurants. That will be in addition to its music venue which Its website says “will be comprised of 12 different food, beverage, music and culture offerings across 35 acres.” The site also touts that it will have offices, a hotel and a community center.
The Backyard opened in 1993 and had its last concert in 2014.