Foundation permits were issued this past Wednesday for a new two-story community center at 1841 N Laramie Avenue in North Austin. The currently vacant site was sold for $2 million by the city, which was approved by City Council in September of last year.
Foundation permits have been issued for 1135 W Winona Street in Uptown, the first of two buildings in a 180-unit project by Cedar St. Companies. Between the two five-story buildings, residences will range between studios, one-, and two-bedrooms.
Several caisson and site-clearing permits were issued this week for the Obama Presidential Center, a multi-building educational and cultural center planned by The Obama Foundation. Located in the Hyde Park neighborhood and set to occupy a portion of Jackson Park, the complex will contain three main buildings around a central plaza space. This plaza area will be able to host planned events and public artwork.
Construction permits have been issued for a three-story residential development at 6515 S Greenwood Avenue in Woodlawn. Jack Properties LLC is the filing owner, with plans for three total units, as well as an open steel porch in the rear and a three-car concrete parking pad. The new structure will replace a currently vacant grass lot.
Full construction permits have now been issued for 2143 N Racine Avenue, a planned three-story residential building in Lincoln Park. As previously reported by YIMBY, demolition permits were issued for an existing masonry multi-unit residence. This new construction will provide three total units, a rooftop deck and stair enclosure, steel stairs, and a detached three-car garage.