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New pictures show what a redeveloped Downtown Bryan could look like

At a Bryan City of Commerce and Development meeting, new pictures were unveiled imagining what a redevelopment of Downtown Bryan could look like.
OMNIPLAN renderings of City of Bryan redevelopment.

BRYAN, Texas — At a Bryan Commerce and Development meeting, OMNIPLAN, a partner for the City of Bryan, released new images showcasing their vision for a mixed-use destination. The redevelopment would feature new commercial and residential estates and serve as a gateway to Texas A&M University and Downtown Bryan. 

“We are amazed at the options and the potential that we have in that area," City of Bryan Mayor Bobby Gutierrez said. "We have the growth that College Stations already enjoying, with North Gate and with Century Square, and this being literally connected to it. This gives us a kind of cohesive, twin cities we talked about.”

The proposed redevelopment would be located on South College Avenue across from Hensel Park, behind the Northgate District. Lero & Associates has partnered with the City of Bryan to acquire property and plan the developments. The renderings come from OMNIPLAN, an architecture firm.

The city says projects like this can take years to plan and develop before they are ready for shovels to hit the ground.

To learn more about the project just head to the City of Bryan's website.

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