The latest aerial perspective rendering of Downtown Austin’s Seaholm redevelopment hints at a 27 story building. Admittedly, this has been off my radar for a little while. The project design has gone through multiple iterations but is still expected to host residential condos for sale in addition to a hotel and retail. I’m pretty enamored with the latest design. It shows a variety of uses, building heights, and a great park-like lawn. [Read more…] about Seaholm Website Updated With New Renderings
Archives for March 2011
In the latest draft of possible urban- and light-rail alignments, we generally see the same routes we’ve been looking at for the past year. Alas, it’s important to understand that rail will not simply be delivered, it will evolve over decades to serve more and more people. The Statesman has a nice graphic that shows the heart of the system being envisioned. [Read more…] about Where Are You Going?
Downtown Austin resident, Jay Drayer, shares this pic of a piano on the Pfluger Bridge. No doubt this is a Play Me I’m Yours install. Very cool! [Read more…] about Play Me, I’m Yours: Pfluger Bridge
Thanks to the ABJ’s Jacob Dirr for considering me for this week’s “Journal Profile.” It’s a light hearted Q&A, and we really didn’t get into real estate. Instead, you’ll learn a few things about me, such as my 2001 foray into producing a compilation album for upcoming Austin musicians. [Read more…] about ABJ Profiles Jude Galligan
The Statesman is reporting that Riverside Resources has contracted to purchase the Whitely Paper site in downtown Austin’s Railyard district. You might recall 21c Museum Residences was planned for the half-block that fronts 3rd Street, between Brazos and San Jacinto Streets. [Read more…] about Whitely Paper Warehouse Under Contract