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307 Lockhart St

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Martindale, TX 78655

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819 Berry St

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Llano, TX 78643

11401 Us Highway 290 E

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Manor, TX 78653

2655 Rr 1869

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Liberty Hill, TX 78642

1405 W Whitestone Blvd

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Cedar Park, TX 78613

205 W Windcrest St

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Fredericksburg, TX 78624

32 Fm 1966

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Maxwell, TX 78656

780 W Fm 1626

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Manchaca, TX 78652

23557 W Us Highway 290

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Harper, TX 78631

402 4 Th St

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Blanco, TX 78606

23557 W Us Highway 290

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Mountain Home, TX 78631

217 W Market St

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Lockhart, TX 78644

3745 Fm 972

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Jarrell, TX 78673

6855 San Marcos Hwy

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Prairie Lea, TX 78661

13078 Us Highway 90 W

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Harwood, TX 78632

100 Elder Hill Rd

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Driftwood, TX 78619

2585 Allison Rd

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Staples, TX 78670

13701 S State Highway 95

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Coupland, TX 78615

200 Fm 1105

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Weir, TX 78674

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Martindale is a city in Caldwell County, Texas, United States. It is part of the Austin metropolitan area. The population was 1,116 at the 2010 census. The city hosts an egg hunt each Easter. Every Fourth of July, the town holds an Independence Parade leading to a town picnic at the oak-shaded river bottom. In recent years, Martindale has also attracted a surprising number of film scouts who are smitten by the town's turn-of-the-century charm. As a result, various television shows, music videos and movies have been filmed in town: most notably A Perfect World, starring Clint Eastwood and Kevin Costner, The Newton Boys, starring Matthew McConaughey and Ethan Hawke, and New Line's 2003 remake of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. Over the years, each subsequent film crew has left its mark on the town. A strand of wood beams sits on a vacant lot next to the bank—all that remains of a saloon that was constructed for one of the westerns. In 2004, Carlton Carl, a Washington D.C. lobbyist, purchased 36,000 square feet (3,300 m2) of commercial property in downtown Martindale. A partial inventory of Carl's purchase includes three empty general stores, a former bank, a cotton-seed weigh station, several warehouses, a movie-set courtroom, an aquarium filled with cotton plants, a seed elevator, 16 seed silos and 300 feet (91 m) of frontage on the San Marcos River. Carl has been working closely with the residents of Martindale to plan the next phase of the town's rejuvenation. In Fall 2007, Carl worked with students at Texas State University of San Marcos in the Interior Design program, under the guidance of Assistant Professor and Program Coordinator Nancy Granato, to receive help envisioning further planning of the town. The project entailed assigning each group of students a specific building (i.e. silos, weigh station, etc.) to redesign the interior of and to think of a possible business that would work well with the space. One group worked on the landscape plan of the town in relation to planting native species of trees and plants, creating a city park, putting in new sidewalks and outdoor lighting. The ideas were then presented to Carl as well as some of the residents and leaders of the town. Students in the MBA program, under the guidance of Associate Professor Bob Hill, also presented Carl with a market analysis for the town of Martindale, TX. The presentation included an examination of the business district and potential economic opportunities; analysis of economic trends and activities to drive growth; and the identification new retail and restaurant opportunities.

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