Multifamily news in Marketing - Austin

  • Full House at Cousins’ New Tower

    Colorado Tower Austin’s newest office tower is fully leased. Colorado Tower, the 30-story, 373,000-square-foot Class A property developed by Cousins Properties Inc., is expected to reach stabilized occupancy in the first quarter of 2016. The $126 million office building was delivered in January 2015, after approximately 18 months in development. When Cousins

  • Capital Studios, the First Affordable-Housing Community in Downtown Austin, Set to Open in October

    The Downtown Austin Plan is moving forward. The city’s blueprint that shows the need for more affordable housing and permanent supportive housing is meeting its materialization. The first affordable-housing project in 45 years is currently in the works.

  • Embrey Partners Opens Escape at Four Points in West Austin

    Founded in 1974, San Antonio-based Embrey Partners has developed more than 31,000 apartments and six million square feet of commercial space. Recently they’ve announced the grand opening of their latest residential project, Escape at Four Points, in west Austin, Texas.

  • Las Colinas Apartments Sold Through ARA

    The apartment community located at 1500 Reagan Hill Dr. in northeast Austin has again switched owners. The last time the property was on the market was in 2012 when it was acquired by San Diego-based Quez Capital.

  • Velocis Forms Partnership With Moors & Associates Through the Acquisition of Two Office Buildings

    A new partnership has formed between Bethesda, MD-based Moore & Associates and Dallas-based Velocis Fund. The latter acquired the majority interest in two Class A office buildings: Arboretum Atrium at 9737 Great Hills Trails and Las Cimas I at 804 Las Cimas Blvd; the properties total 170,000 square feet.

  • Grayco Offers Max Stipend to Residents to Relocate

    By Camelia Bulea, Associate Editor Southeast Austin’s Shoreline Apartments are due for demolition and will be replaced with a project containing 1,200 apartments and up to 97,000 square feet of street-level retail. Grayco Partners first proposed the demolition in 2009, but [...]