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Showing posts from June 11, 2023

The Station At St. Elmo is making major strides towards construction completion in summer 2023

 The Station at St. Elmo Mixed Use Development making major build progress click here for it Per a working member of LEGACY development and communities, "the 132 Condo's ranging in size from 200K and up Studios to 1 million 3 bedrooms Condos are all pre SOLD-OUT." There 14 Live / Work Commercial Units of which 10 are pre sold and there are 4 still for Sale. There are some limitations of commercial use of the Live/Work Units. Lastly there will be 1 large 3,000-4,000 sq. ft public commercial friendly space, that will either be 1 bigger tenant or divided into multiple tenants." GVM Reporting BRAND-NEW CONDOS AND TOWNHOMES IN AUSTIN, TEXAS Inspired by the magnetic culture of the revitalized, historic St. Elmo area, a new mixed-use community is coming to South Austin like no other. The Station at St. Elmo offers a robust collection of innovative residences with lavish amenities in a vibrant neighborhood that brings everything we love about this iconic city right to your

Per Culture map, former USA Post Office in Hyde Park, soon to be "Tiny Grocer" & a new French Restaurant.

Tiny Grocer dream team announces a French restaurant at the second location — a renovated Austin post office in prime Hyde Park on 43rd street & Speedway Tiny Grocer isn't looking so tiny nowadays. The well-loved South Congress grocery store and deli, recognizable by its black-and-white-striped awning, is expanding into Hyde Park with a new in-store restaurant opening in tandem "late this summer." The store had been announced nearly a year ago in July, but details about the restaurant, Bureau de Poste, are new. The name comes from the history of the building Tiny Grocer renovated at 4300 Speedway. This former post office affords the business a lot more space, allowing for more seating both indoor and outdoors and, thus, a more complete execution on the eatery portion of the business. There will still be a deli, as many fans expect given the popularity of the one at the original location. The deli will open the day with a casual service and close at 4 pm; Then, at 5,

Per Los Angeles Times; Austin Texas comedy scene tells us why they're blowing up.

  ‘The third coast of comedy’: Austin’s comedy scene tells us why they’re blowing up A mic looking out onto the stage of the crowd at East Austin Comedy Club. (James Gregg / For the Times) BY NATE JACKSON DEPUTY ENTERTAINMENT AND ARTS EDITOR JUNE 12, 2023 3:05 PM PT During Austin’s evolution into a bona fide hub for comedy, Texas comics who told their L.A. peers to “move over,” “take a seat” and “hold our beer” probably didn’t think the Angelenos would actually take them up on it. The result has been a great migration of some of L.A.’s biggest names onstage and behind the scenes in the comedy world, who are happily planting themselves in Texas, beer in hand, laughing their butts off. Last week, we did a story on how Austin’s booming stand-up scene is inspiring headlining and open-mic comics from all over the country to take part in making the local culture even bigger. There are so many reasons for their glow-up that they couldn’t fit into one article (don’t worry, we’ll be back). For