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Coming Soon to South Austin, In N Out Burger @ 3701 South Lamar

In n out

My office just received notification from the City of Austin that a site plan has been submitted for the construction of an In N Out Burger at 3701 South Lamar – where there is currently a Wendy’s located. These types of notifications go out when your business is located within such and so many feet …

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Quarter 4 2013 Austin Retail Market Update

Not much change in the 4th Quarter of 2013 according to CoStar’s quarterly market report.  Click here for the article. Highlights of the report include: Vacancy dropped from 5.1% in Q3 2013 to 4.9% in Q4. Net absorption totaled 228,000 SF compared to Q3 2013 which totalled 271,000 SF Large space occupancy was led by …

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Transformation at 2717 South Lamar, Austin

Building Exterior

  Demolition crews are out tearing down buildings at 2717 South Lamar where the old Austin Auto Machine Shop was located. The bright blue building seen in this photo is no longer there.     Here’s what’s going on today.  Most buildings are now gone.           Here’s what’s planned for the …

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Transwestern’s “The 704” Rising out of the Ground on South Lamar

Under Construction

It looks as though they are preparing to pour concrete for the second floor of “The 704” the new Transwestern / Amstar Mixed Use Multifamily, Retail and Restaurant project being built around the existing Broken Spoke on South Lamar.  It’s kind of strange to see new construction going up in such close proximity to the …

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Southwest Water’s High Water Rates are Difficult for Consumers to Fight

Water Utility Map

Great article in the Austin American Statesman about Southwest Water and their business practices based upon an exemption they received from the State of Texas in 2004 which allows them to bypass state law and consolidate various water companies under one entity with a single tariff.  Read on for more information and get involved if …

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New to Austin, Texas Business Expansions & Relocations

2011 Expansions & Relocations Courtesy of Austin, TX Chamber of Commerce Company Type of Operation Jobs Created Location Type of Action Active Power Backup power equipment mfg for data centers (Hdq.) 40 Austin Expanded Adlucent Online advertising & marketing (Hdq.) 30 Austin Expanded Audiotoniq Hearing Aid Developer (Hdq.) 15 Austin Expanded Al Frank Asset Management …

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Violet Crown Shopping Center, Austin, Texas

Austin TX iconic shopping center

Showed my client, Ant’s Eye View a great office lease opportunity at Violet Crown Shopping Center.  Thad Avery bought and has renovated and updated this North Lamar jewel.  It’s got a great art deco feel to the center and a ’50’s funky vibe.  I hope to be working on a lease in the next few …

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Austin Retail Mid Year 2010 Market Report

As of mid year 2010, Austin’s retail market had a slight increase in occupied space vs year end 2009 according to Weitzman/Cencor’s Mid Year 2010 Retail Report. This made Austin the only major Texas metro that experienced an increase in occupancy during the first 6 months of 2010.  Retail occupancy increased from 91.5% to 92%. …

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This Week in Austin Commercial Real Estate, August 1-7, 2010

Laredo Oil has moved its corporate headquarters to Austin, officials announced Wednesday.  The company attributed the move to a need to be closer to technology talent and “the heart of the oil patch.” A spokesman said the business is still searching for office space.  Laredo Oil moves headquarters to Austin 8/6/10 10:52 AM|blongoria@impactnews.com (Bobby Longoria) …

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New Businesses Flock to Austin

Ever curious as to who the latest businesses are to move to Austin and the number of jobs that they create?  Want to get a leg up on your competition and want to contact these newcomers to see if your services might be of interest to them? The Austin Chamber of Commerce’s Announcements & Local …

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New Austin Restaurant Openings

Virginia Wood at Austin Chronicle provides us with new Austin dining choices that have recently opened. Read on to find out about these restaurants new to the Austin Real Estate Market. El Arbol (3411 Glenview, 804-4087, www.elarbolrestaurant.com), a chic, multilevel, midcentury modern spot serving authentic Argentinean cuisine, South American wines, and custom cocktails. Three new …

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New to Austin, February 2010

Take a look at this list of all things new to the Austin Real Estate Market in February. New Austin Development San Marcos considers incentives for Alamo Drafthouse (AAS, 2/15/10)  The San Marcos City Council is once again looking to bring an Alamo Drafthouse theater to the city’s beleaguered Springtown center at tomorrow night’s council …

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