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New office building in Round Rock will double available Class A office space

With the ground breaking of Mesa Creek, a new 60,000-square-foot Class A office building to be completed by April or May of 2018, Round Rock will double its available Class A office space.

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New supermarket in store for downtown Austin

A mixed-use project planned for Seventh and Trinity streets has carved out 27,109 square feet for a grocery store. That would make it the largest grocery store on the east side of downtown Austin.

Although specifics are sparse, we can speculate about what type of grocery store might occupy the space. One possibility is a 365 […]

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.

Whole Foods’ new 365 concept set to make Central Texas debut

The 30,000-square-foot store – the first 365 location in Texas and the first 365 store anywhere to be built from the ground up – is set to open its doors at 9 a.m. Wednesday. It’s in The Parke, a new shopping center at 5001 183A toll road.

Developers Break Ground on 231,030 SF Flex Campus

Developers IGX Brushy Creek LLC and American National Insurance Co. Eagle LLC have broken ground on Brushy Creek Corporate Center, a two-building, 231,030-square-foot flex/industrial campus in the northern Austin suburb of Cedar Park.

Two companies select Austin suburb for regional HQs

More than 100 jobs and $8.8 million in capital investment are headed to Pflugerville after officials approved incentive agreements to lure two regional headquarters to the suburban city just north of Austin.

St. David's selects general contractor for $58M hospital expansion

St. David’s HealthCare has upped the price tag for the expansion of its South Austin hospital and selected a general contractor for the job.

It now expects the major renovations at St. David’s South Austin Medical Center to cost $58 million, the Austin American-Statesman reports. DPR Construction Inc. will oversee the project, with work expected to […]

Plaza Saltillo won final zoning approval from city council

The deal sets a building height limit of 70 feet for the entire project, which sits on about 10 acres along Capital Metro train tracks, but Endeavor could exercise the option to build a 125-foot office building.

Ten acres around the Plaza Saltillo train stop will soon go vertical after a mixed-use project won final zoning […]

Yeti Coolers unveils first store

Yeti Coolers LLC is ready to pull the veil off its first retail store at 220 S. Congress Ave. — a major step for the company to directly reach consumers, and a promising development for a long-vacant property at the gateway between downtown and trendy shopping to the south.

As Austin economy cools, fewer apartments in pipeline

Though Austin’s economic growth continues to slow, the foundations of the regional economy remain strong, according to the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas. But the report also noted a sharp decline in the number of apartment permits issued in 2016 compared to a year earlier.

“Despite the low vacancy, permits for multifamily construction slowed notably in […]