Perched at an elevation of 1,570’, the Cordillera Ranch Visitor Center sits atop the highest hilltop in Cordillera Ranch offering 20+ mile views across the Guadalupe River Valley. Built nearly 20 years ago, the Visitor Center has served as the sales, development and operation headquarters throughout the life of the development. Over the years, “the hilltop” offices have expanded gradually to accommodate the growth in developer operations as well as the Cordillera Ranch Property Owners Association. However, when the Visitor Center on Cordillera Ridge was first setup on this location it was always planned that at some point this would become future home sites and the Visitor Center would relocate. That time has come.

As many have noticed, a few weeks ago we started construction on the new Cordillera Ranch Visitor Center on the west side of Cordillera Trace just before you come to the second gate in the community. This project has been quite some time in planning to facilitate a nice new office environment for Cordillera Ranch, DH Investments, Pasadera Builders and the Cordillera Ranch Property Owners Association. The new office was carefully designed to have more of a residential architectural-style on the exterior in order to complement the rest of the community. And although this new location is slightly down the hill from the current Visitor Center, we’ve selected a site that provides an even better panoramic view across the Ranch.

Over the next few months, keep an eye out on our social media accounts (Twitter, Facebook and Instagram) for project updates and conceptual renderings. Also, please use caution as you drive into and out of the community on Cordillera Trace near this location. We have posted construction warning signs so drivers will slow down, but we want to make sure everyone is watching for construction traffic entering and existing this site.

Happy Reading,

Charlie Hill
Cordillera Ranch

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