Residential development including 375 units Go up to the 7th floor at the corner of South Congress Avenue When East Live Oak Street According to recent permit documents, it is currently under review by the City of Austin. Located a few blocks south of the main drag in the South Congress retail district, the project is built from multiple properties, including a multi-family building that includes approximately 15,000 square feet of restaurant space, along with five separate townhome-style residences. Converts a significant land conglomerate of 2.84 acres. The plan is connected to the provincial offices of a prolific property development company intracorp, Most properties on the site were purchased by an Intracorp-linked entity in 2022.
The odd-shaped address set to be developed includes two auto repair shops. 2105 When 2109 South Congress Avenue, together Stonebriar Intensive Care nursing home in 110 East Live Oak Street. Owners of the 64-unit Stonebriar community, based in Maryland, have approved an Intracorp land development that will be relocated in the near future once the site is approved for demolition.
A project summary submitted by an engineering firm on behalf of a developer Kimley Horn It describes the plan as “a seven-story mixed-use development that includes multi-family housing, ground floor retail, underground parking, and detached five-unit townhomes.” Intracorp is best known for condos rather than apartments, but current permits do not specify the condition of this building.
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In addition to the five additional townhomes that may be an effort by the developers to make the most of the rather unusual shape of this land complex, what is interesting about the plans so far is the vertical orientation of the site. It is seven stories high, made possible by the mixture of – Use zoning status — Many projects of this type are only five stories tall, so I was interested to see if the extra height and oddly shaped sites would make for a more memorable building design than usual. there is.