Austin American-Statesman Waterfront Property Planned Austin Energy Seaholm Substation
RiverSouth Under Construction Shoal Creek Walk Under Construction South Central Waterfront Planned State of Texas Capitol Complex Master Plan Under Construction Symphony Square Planned Tower 5C Planned The Travis Planned Travis County Probate Court
3rd & Brazos Planned 5th & Brazos Under Construction 6 X Guadalupe Under Construction 6th & Guadalupe Proposed 14th & Guadalupe Planned 44 East Avenue
George HW Bush State Office Building Under Construction Hanover Republic Square Under Construction Hilton Garden Inn Under Construction Indeed Tower Under Construction Intake and Utility Buildings Planned The Linden Planned Marriott Hotel at Cesar Chavez Under Construction Mexic-Arte Museum Planned Natiivo Austin Under Construction Pearlstone Partners Tower Planned The Quincy Under Construction The Republic Planned River Street Market & Hotel Planned
Under Construction The Avenue Hotel Under Construction Block 16 Planned Block 36 Planned Block 185 Under Construction Cambria Hotel Planned
Under Construction 90-92 Rainey Street Planned 300 Colorado Under Construction 4th & Onion Planned 405 Colorado Under Construction 1601 Congress State Office Building Under Construction Alexan Capitol Under Construction ATX Tower East & West Planned
Canopy by Hilton Under Construction Central Health Brackenridge Campus Redevelopment Under Construction Centro Planned Dorsey Under Construction Downtown MetroRail Expansion Under Construction Episcopal Church Block 87 Planned
and Clerks Offices Under Construction UT Office Tower Planned Waller Park Place Planned Waterloo Park Under Construction Waterloo Park Tower Planned
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2nd Street A shopper's paradise under construction — the Second Street Retail District is a specially designed haven located in the heart of high-rises and casual living. Sidewalk cafés and distinctly Austin shops will join with major retailers for a truly unique shopping experience. 6th Street District This National Register Historic District has an international reputation as a great entertainment area. Live music runs the gamut from jazz, blues, and country to rock, hip-hop, and derivations of these and other genres. You'll find every kind of food throughout the area, including such regional staples as chili, ribs, and Tex-Mex plus steak, seafood, cajun-cooking, and deli delights. Arts District Located near the Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum, this district is home to many small galleries and artist's studios. Congress District Affectionately referred to as "the Main Street of Texas," Congress Avenue provides one of the most beautiful vistas northwards towards the State Capitol. In addition to shops, galleries and restaurants, Congress Avenue is home to the Austin Museum of Art, Mexic-Arte Museum, ArtHouse at the Jones Center, and the Paramount and State Theaters. Convention Area The Austin Convention Center is 881,400 gross square feet and covers six city blocks. Located on six city blocks in the heart of Austin’s downtown business district alongside Waller Creek. Metrorail’s station is conveniently located right next to the convention center. The Drag This area is full of stores, coffee shops, bookstores and is located across from the University of Texas on Guadalupe Street. East End Cross to the east of IH-35 for wonderful scenes from Austin and Texas history such as the Texas State Cemetery and the French Legation. You'll also find unique restaurants, galleries and entertainment venues as well as a view to Austin's future with progressive new redevelopment projects such as the East End project.
Market District Named after the Whole Foods corporate headquarters and mega-grocery store, the Market District is one of Downtown's newest emerging districts to live, work and play. Chic urban living, shopping and dining in the heart of Downtown make this the perfect location of a modern, healthy lifestyle for all ages. Red River Home for years to the famous Stubb's BBQ and Symphony Square, this emerging district is fast becoming one of Austin's hottest live music scenes. If punk, rock or alternative country music is your thing, then this is the place for you. Warehouse District Located between Guadalupe Street and Congress Avenue from 3rd to 6th Street. The Warehouse district is the upscale cousin to 6th street. A bit trendier, it caters to a slightly older crowd than the other downtown entertainment areas. True to its name, the restaurants and clubs in this district have been renovated from former warehouses into trendy restaurants, top-notch concert halls, and distinctive bars with live music is everywhere. West Campus West Campus is home to students, young families, and professors. The area’s architecture is diverse, with 80-year-old buildings are often found next door to modern condos and apartments. Craftsman homes, bungalows, historic mansions, duplexes, and apartments can all be found in this area despite its small geographic size. West End If you cast designing eyes west, you'll see Austin's West End or, what some people think of as the design district. This quaint neighborhood features shopping, restaurants, galleries, and antique stores. University of Texas A campus of more than 50,000 students, the University of Texas is one of the largest public universities in the nation. Also located on the University grounds you will find the UT Tower, the LBJ Library and Museum, the Frank Erwin Center, the Jack S. Blanton Museum of Art, the Harry Ransom Center for the Humanities, the University of Texas Performing Arts Center and the Darryl K. Royal Memorial Stadium.www.thefabpropertygroup.com
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