Sabot Development of Austin is planning to build a 10-story mixed-use project west of the Pearl across the Museum Reach.
The City Council on Thursday approved changes to the city’s zoning rules that will limit the height of the kind of taller, clustered single-family homes that have popped up in downtown neighborhoods in recent years.
They are the homes much taller and thinner and more modern-looking than typical houses in older neighborhoods that have sprouted around downtown in recent years. Proposed zoning rules changes would limit how they’re built.
The property at 1900 Broadway, known by cocktail aficionados as the Still Golden Social House, is under contract to be sold and incorporated into the future Jefferson Bank headquarters building, the project’s developer confirmed. Which begs the question: What will happen to Still Golden?
As Weston Urban continues to acquire land in west downtown, the developer expects to add 1,000 housing units to the area in the next 2-4 years. That’s just the initial phase.
Ares Management, a Los Angeles-based investment firm, has purchased the 14-story Vistana building from the local group that built it.
The renovation of the Grant and Kress buildings continues in preparation for WeWork’s move in. But it’s hard to ignore the company’s turmoil.
The City Council on Thursday approved the sale of five properties at St. Paul Square to a company that includes REATA Real Estate.
The renovation plans for the circa-1949 Alameda Theater, which has been closed since the 1980s, received final approval Wednesday. Construction work is scheduled to begin the first quarter of 2020, and end in May 2021.
North Carolina-based Winston Hotels is in the process of purchasing the Riverview Towers office building at 111 Soledad St., and plans to convert most of the floors into a pair of hotels.