Fareground Austin Making Progress
The renovation / remodel of the plaza in front of 111 Congress Avenue, being branded as Fareground Austin, has been underway since last year, and things seem to chugging right along. The project has received loads of press in all the major news outlets and recently unveiled new renderings and announced an operator of the restaurant concepts that will be housed there.
Fareground Austin has utilized local talent for many aspects of the project, including dwg, Michael Hsu Architecture, lookthinkmake, and ELM Restaurant Group, among others.
Parkway Properties took full ownership of 111 Congress and San Jacinto Center last year and both properties have received / are receiving exterior improvements.
New Co-Working Space at San Jacinto Center
Another big player in the co-working vertical comes to the CBD. We’ve written about other spaces before, and TechSpace seems to fit right in with the crowd, offering 28,0000 sf of flex co-working in a modern setting – perfect for small business enterprise.
New Juice Shop at 603 Brazos
A permit is currently under review for a new juice shop to take over 820 sf of ground floor space at 603 Brazos (across from The Driskill and also referred to as 200 E 6th). The concept will be named Jugo. No other information as of now, but we’re definitely in support of the general concept!
Application Filed for Demolition of Austin City Music Hall
It’s looking to be imminent: Austin Music Hall is out, and Third + Shoal is in. The demolition permit was filed a couple of weeks ago, and is still pending, but Third + Shoal is pushing forward and putting out some nice marketing. Check out the “preview book” by clicking on the image above.
Rainey Street District Gets Dry-Cleaning Service
As Rainey continues to grow, so do the neighborhood services options! Recently, a neighborhood dry-cleaning service opened, One-Click Cleaners. Welcome to the neighborhood, One-Click Cleaners, and we’re looking forward to seeing more resident-centric operators come to Rainey!