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Austin's skyline to reach new heights

Austin skyline will feature a new skyscraper.

Austin skyline will feature a new skyscraper.

A skyscraper proposed for 600 Guadalupe St. in downtown Austin is planned to soar more than 60 stories high — perhaps up to 75 — it would be by far the tallest building in the city.

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Susan Sarandon's proposed downtown Austin ping-pong bar

Spin Austin — a ping pong-themed restaurant and bar with similar locations in other tech-heavy cities around the nation — is bouncing along with plans to occupy two buildings on the southeast corner of Fifth and Lavaca streets.

The remodeling of 209 and 213 W. Fifth Street was registered with the Texas Department of Licensing and Registration by Robert Hersch with Mastodon Ventures Inc., an Austin-based advisory firm focused on the restaurant industry. A request for interior demolition permit is active in the city’s development services department. …Read Entire Post

Summit at Rivery adds tenants as city acts on retail plan

The Summit at Rivery Park, the 32-acre mixed-use development between Rivery Boulevard and Williams Drive, will see new locations for Orangetheory Fitness and Woops BakeShop open by the fall, according to the companies.

The boutique retail development’s owner expects to add several more tenants before the end of 2017, including a brick-oven pizza restaurant, according to Jeff Novak, managing partner with Novak Brothers, the company behind the retail development. …Read Entire Post

$105M entertainment district headed to Hutto

Hutto City Council unanimously voted Thursday night to start negotiations with MA Partners to lead the redevelopment of the Co-Op District, near the intersection of Short Street and Highway 79. The district is centered around a repurposed former cotton gin that operated in the Williamson County town from 1938 to 2001. …Read Entire Post

New $45 Million Home for Travis County Prosecutors

Named after the longstanding district attorney, the Ronald Earle Building is under construction at 416 W. 11th St. Austin DA building construction 2017

The seven-story, 125,007-sf structure, which includes underground parking, is scheduled to be finished in spring 2018. The total cost of the project is $45 million. The building will primarily serve county prosecutors. …Read Entire Post

Oracle's Southeast Austin campus begins development, site work

Oracle breaks ground on it's enormous project.

Oracle breaks ground on it’s enormous project.

Oracle Corp. has started site work at its new Southeast Austin campus, the next step in a project that will transform a once-neglected section of the city that has experienced rapid gentrification in recent years.

The 25-acre site is near Lakeshore Boulevard and Pleasant Valley Road in the East Riverside Drive corridor. The parcel has been cordoned off by chainlink fencing and green tarps. The Northern California software giant declined to comment on the project. …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

Goodnight mixed-use development to add 3,500 homes, retail, parks

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The first 107 of 3,500 homes completed as of June, much more to come in the following years.

Members of the Goodnight family and Benchmark Development have begun constructing the first lots of what will be 3,500 homes in the Goodnight mixed-use development on East Slaughter Lane in the Onion Creek area in May.

Goodnight, formerly known as Goodnight Ranch, is a 700-acre development with homes for sale in various price ranges, 225,600-square-feet of retail and business space and land for a future Austin ISD school. Construction of the development is expected to take 10-15 years.

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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