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Central Health plans to expand

Central Health plans to expand health services into Eastern Travis County, expanding access to care to areas with few resources. The Del Valle area, Northeast Travis County, Manor Road and Community First! Village may soon have access to more health care services and clinics. …Read Entire Post

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Prelim plans unveiled for Plaza Saltillo in East Austin

PlazaSaltilloPreliminary plans have been unveiled for the Plaza Saltillo – a mixed-use project on a ten-acre site that runs six blocks east of I-35 between East Fourth and Fifth Streets in East Austin.

The land is owned by Capital Metropolitan Transportation Authority, which operates the Capital Metro Red Line—the commuter rail that runs from Leander to Downtown Austin.

The mixed-use project is expected to include residential, office, retail and open space. No public parking is planned.

Construction will start in 2017, and the project likely will take six to seven years to be completed.  …Read Entire Post

New creative district planned for East Austin

Proposed thinkEAST creative district

Officials for a new creative district called thinkEast submitted a Planned Unit Development application Aug. 7 for a residential/business development on 24 acres of land at 1150 Shady Lane. The development will include residential housing along with public, studio and retail space.

“It’s geared for the creative community,” said Richard deVarga, co-owner, architect and developer of the thinkEast project. “The creative community has a strong foothold in central East Austin, and this is a way to create a hub for what’s already there existing.” …Read Entire Post

NAI REOC Austin represents sale of 9207 Johnny Morris Road

9207-9301 Johnny Morris Rd.

Mark Milstead of REOC Austin represented Travis County in its sale of three small commercial buildings totaling 12,366 square feet situated on 10.59 acres located at 9207 – 9301 Johnny Morris Road near Old Manor Road.  The buyer was recycler Balcones Resources.

Jimmy John’s brings business to East Austin

NAI Austin’s Retail Specialist Sherry Sanchez continues to represent Jimmy John’s Gourmet Sandwiches, this time in a lease of 1,400 square feet in East Austin. The new location will be the first on the east side of IH-35, at 1200 Barbara Jordan Blvd., between Airport Blvd. and 51st Street in the Mueller Airport redevelopment.

Jimmy John’s fresh ingredients and great employees, along with their subculture, make this restaurant unique. Its golden rule is “make a deal, keep a deal,” signifying its consistency in providing great service and food.