Found 3 blog entries tagged as mixed-use.

The decision means residential projects can rise on commercially zoned land, but developers will need to meet a few criteria. ARNOLD WELLS / ABJ

Austin Business Journal reports, "builders in Austin can now take advantage of a change in city code that will allow for the development of residential properties on land zoned for commercial use.

The change to the land development code, which Austin City Council approved on Dec. 2, carries major implications for real estate firms, significantly expanding the market for development. It also represents another avenue for cutting into Austin's housing shortage: city staffers previously estimated this decision could allow for the creation of 46,324 new homes.

Developers will still need to apply to build residential projects in commercial areas and will have to meet certain criteria, including around affordability. The change incentivizes the…

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Construction on The Waller has topped out — the 32-story apartment tower at 1104 Sabine St. is part of the Symphony Square redevelopment by Greystar Real Estate Partners. ARNOLD WELLS / ABJ

Austin Business Journal reports, "Greystar Real Estate Partners LLC's Symphony Square mixed-use project in downtown Austin is inching toward completion.

Since October, both 1121 at Symphony Square, the development's seven-story office building, and The Waller, its 32-story residential tower, have topped out, said Jon deVita, development associate at Greystar.

South Carolina-based Greystar is seeking certifications that will set the project apart in the areas of sustainability, connectivity and health and wellness, said Matt Stevenson, Austin-based senior director of development.

When complete, 1121 at Symphony Square will have 129,000 square feet of class A office space, with floor plates ranging from 13,500 to 30,000 square feet, deVita…

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A major real estate investor in Austin has acquired a sizable apartment complex in the fast-growing suburb from a prominent developer based in the city.

Palladius Capital Management acquired the 342-unit, located in Kyle from Endeavor Real Estate Group, which completed the project earlier this year.

The sale price was not disclosed.

Kyle and other areas south of Austin have proven to be a popular market for multifamily construction and projects as of late

The complex Palladius got is called Citizen House Kyle, and located along the I-35 Innovation Corridor, part of the larger Dry River District, which includes a 65-acre mixed-use community also being developed by Endeavor Real Estate Group. The deal for the apartment complex includes one-…

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