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Shovels ready for $18M office, industrial park in suburb north of Austin


Brushy Creek Corporate Center aerial with rendering.

More than 231,000 square feet of office and spec industrial space are headed for Cedar Park. Work is set to begin next week on the $18.2 million Brushy Creek Corporate Center, a two-building development on 24 acres near Brushy Creek Road and U.S. Highway 183 in the suburb north of Austin. …Read Entire Post


Austin company to break ground on $200 million data center

data-foundry-2Data Foundry Inc. is ready to break ground on Texas 2, a 325,000-square-foot data center in Southeast Austin. When completed, the facility will be valued at $200 million, according to company officials.

The campus is located at 4100 Smith School Road near East Stassney Lane and Burleson Road and encompasses 40 acres. Texas 1 and 2 are co-location centers — that is, they will provide data center services to multiple clients. Texas 2 is projected to deliver in third quarter 2017. …Read Entire Post

Vacant Four Points Wal-Mart location sold to investor

The 220,000-square-foot Wal-Mart Supercenter near Concordia University, located at 8201 N. RR 620, was sold to PacVentures Inc., a California-based commercial real estate company.

The store closed Jan. 28. “We are looking at converting [the building] into offices and nontraditional uses such as recreational facilities,” Founding Principal Andrew Kaplan said. …Read Entire Post

3M is selling its 156-acre Austin campus


3M selling large campus in Austin.

Materials company 3M, best known for its Post-it notes and Scotch tape, is selling its main 156-acre campus in Austin, the company has confirmed.

The company declined to reveal the list price for the property, which includes 1 million square feet of office space. The 3M land, at RM 620 and RM 2222, is home to employees who work in 3M’s “electronics and energy” group, as well as its research and development facility. A separate manufacturing facility is off Research Boulevard and is not part of the sale.  …Read Entire Post

Schwab starting $86 million project in North Austin

schwab logo

Project is set to break ground by the end of the year.

Charles Schwab Corp. is poised to break ground on two buildings totaling roughly $86 million in new construction. Schwab purchased the property in August 2014, including the 187,000-sf Tivoli Building, which it recently spent about $14.5 million renovating. That building now houses between 800 and 900 technology personnel.  …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

Domain set to unveil final phase: Domain Northside

New development for The Domain shopping center

New development for The Domain shopping center

Nearly a decade after The Domain first opened, Austin-based developer Endeavor Real Estate Group is putting the finishing touches on the project’s third and final phase. The new phase, to be called Domain Northside, will be anchored by Austin’s second Nordstrom department store and a multi-story RH store, a new concept from Restoration Hardware.

More than 20 shops and restaurants have committed to the project, including many that are new to Austin, new to Texas or even new to the U.S. entirely, such as Suitsupply, FRYE Boots, Flower Child, Culinary Dropout and Cyclone Anaya’s. The 43-acre, 600,000-square-foot development also includes a 171-room boutique hotel affiliated with the high-end Archer brand. A total price tag for the development hasn’t been released. …Read Entire Post

Lake Travis area alive with activity

lakewaySignWith plans in the works for major projects in Bee Cave, Lakeway, Hudson Bend and Four Points, a wave of new construction along the RR 620 corridor during 2014 points to continues growth for the region in the coming year.

Some of the highlights are listed below but read the entire article for more details.


Oaks at Lakeway (175,000 sf) – Neighborhood Center anchored by H-E-B; to open Oct. 30th

Lakeway Medical Village – Under Construction  …Read Entire Post

H-E-B to anchor planned Lakeway development

HEBStratus Properties recently announced plans for Lakeview Town Center – a $50 million retail development set to break ground in 2014 in the community of Lakeway.  The proposed project will span approximately 240,000 square feet to include mixed retail and residential space on 75 acres at Glen Heather Drive off of RM 620.   H-E-B will reportedly anchor the project with a 90,000 square foot store.  …Read Entire Post

Whitestone Boulevard developers quickly filling in corridor

The stretch of Whitestone Boulevard between Toll 183A and Arrow Point Drive has grown considerably in the past 10 years, and with several developments moving through the pipeline, the corridor is shaping up to be an encapsulation of Cedar Park’s goal to be a place where residents can live, work and play.

Click to read entire article Whitestone Boulevard developers quickly filling in corridor (Community Impact News, 8-19-11)