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County sets stage for major E. Austin mixed-use development

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Plans for Wildhorse Ranch mixed use project.

A massive and long-delayed master-planned community east of Austin is showing signs of life. Travis County commissioners on Tuesday approved the boundaries for a public improvement, which would bring residential and commercial development to 1,450 acres near Walter E. Long Metropolitan Park. …Read Entire Post

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East Austin rail station to be transformed into mixed-use project

Rendering of plan for MLK Station

Rendering of plan for MLK Station

A developer wants to make a big splash in Central Texas by building almost 150,000 square feet of office and retail space at a Capital Metro rail stop in East Austin.

Cityline Companies, led by Principal Frank Gordon, develops residential, office and retail space. Gordon, formerly based in Washington, D.C., moved to Austin about two years ago. …Read Entire Post

Lamar Central grows

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New additions to Lamar Center are now almost full.

The new Lamar Central development is nearly full following a few recent additions. The mixed-use project at 3800 N. Lamar Blvd. is already home to the corporate headquarters for Austin jeweler Kendra Scott, as well as Westlake Dermatology and Snooze, a breakfast-focused restaurant.

Now, Campagna Napoli and Finley’s Barber Shop are joining the tenant mix. Campagna Napoli has signed a five-year lease and will occupy about 1,800 square feet at the development, Highland Resources said. …Read Entire Post

Tenants filling up space at Burnet Marketplace

Burnet Marketplace filling with tenants.

Burnet Marketplace filling with tenants.

The watering hole at 6701 Burnet Road in North Austin closed in 2014 to make way for Burnet Marketplace, a five-story mixed-use project featuring 343 apartments with ground-floor retail. With construction complete, one of those ground-floor spots now belongs to Pour House, which reopened late last month. …Read Entire Post

The Domain’s Final Phase, Northside, Is Almost Here

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Much anticipation is following as the Domain Northside is nearing completion.

The final phase of the Domain, called Domain Northside, is set to have its grand opening in September – and the project is already close to 80 percent leased.

The final Domain phase will include a boutique hotel, a Nordstrom department store, and several high-end retailers, including a new Restoration Hardware concept and Austin favorites like Eliza Page and Second Bar + Kitchen.

Northside, which spans 43 acres, will also include 563 apartment units and office space. …Read Entire Post

Water park, hotel and conference center slated for Round Rock

Kalahari water park, resort coming to Round Rock.

Kalahari water park, resort coming to Round Rock.

The city of Round Rock announced June 15 it is working with a company to bring a destination hotel, conference center and water park to the city in a move that city leaders are saying could turn Round Rock into a tourist destination.

The Round Rock location will feature up to 1,000 guest rooms, indoor and outdoor water parks, and a convention center. The development will also include additional entertainment, recreation and other mixed uses on 334 acres on Hwy. 79 across from the Dell Diamond and Old Settlers Park, according to city documents. …Read Entire Post

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Many retailers joining Sky Cinemas in Dripping Springs.

Many retailers joining Sky Cinemas in Dripping Springs.

The creators of Violet Crown Cinema will unveil Sky Cinemas at the 90-acre mixed-use development near U.S. Highway 290 and Nutty Brown Road.

Crescent Communities and Endeavor Real Estate Group, which are jointly building Belterra Village, also announced Monday that Breed & Co., a hardware and homeware store, will open its third Austin area location there. Thus far, about 85,000 square feet of retail has been secured. …Read Entire Post

Developer aims to offer hip, urban experience at mixed-use complex

New mixed-use construction coming in July

New mixed-use construction coming in July

A developer behind several area mixed-use projects is planning a residential and retail development off Burnet Road that he says will provide a chic, urban experience in a more walkable and affordable environment than downtown Austin.

The project, which will be known as Sixty Five, is slated to break ground July 1 at 6500 Burnet Rd. and will include 52 residential units and 4,000 square feet of ground-floor retail, said developer Amir Kalantari of The Kalantari Group. …Read Entire Post

405 Colorado! Austin's next office tower?

austin_405 ColoradoBrandywine Realty Trust has revealed the distinctive design it has chosen for an office tower it plans to build in downtown
Austin.

The building will be 25 stories tall and have about 210,000 sf of space. The design will feature glass-enclosed office levels atop 12 stories of structured parking wrapped with terra-cotta tiling.

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Cielo moves ahead with innovative East Austin project with City Council's approval

Rendering of the The Foundry at 310 Comal St. in Central East Austin.

Rendering of the The Foundry at 310 Comal St. in Central East Austin.

Cielo Property Group is expected to break ground on The Foundry, an office and residential condominium project at 310 Comal St. The 95,444-sf development will include 78,324 sf of creative office space and 17 for-sale condo units.

Additionally, Cielo is trading property at 1409 and 1411 E. Fourth St. for land Habitat owns at 1600 and 1602 E. Fourth St. The new parcel will allow about 8,800 sf of additional development than could be entitled on the other parcel.

The Foundry mixed-use project could deliver as early as fourth quarter 2017.

Click here to read the full article: Cielo moves ahead with innovative East Austin project with City Council’s approval (Austin Business Journal, 4-1-2016)