Gary Dinges covers bars/restaurants, movies, music, radio and TV -- plus a bunch of other fun stuff -- for the Austin American-Statesman. He joined the American-Statesman in 1999 and has, over the years, worked as editor of austin360.com, a content producer on statesman.com, editor of the Lake Tr...
$700 million project set for sensitive Southwest Austin tract
The restaurant chain, co-founded by author Dr. Andrew Weil and restaurateur Sam Fox and known for its menu featuring an array of seasonal healthy dishes, will open a location at The Domain late this year. It will join a location in the Seaholm development in downtown Austin that opened in 2016. At The Domain, True Food Kitchen will take over the space in Domain I formerly occupied by Blackfinn Ameripub, at 11410 Century Oaks Terrace, between Neiman Marcus and Macy’s.
KVUE took the wraps off its new set Sunday night. The set, from Jack Morton Worldwide, replaces one that first debuted in 2001 and underwent a refresh in 2008. Jack Morton Worldwide has designed similar sets for a number of KVUE’s sister stations across the country. “We’re so thankful that our parent company Tegna believes deeply in quality, local journalism,” KVUE president and general manager Kristie Gonzales said.
The current occupancy rate is 96 percent in the Austin metro area, up from 92 percent a decade ago. The Austin metro area has added almost 12 million square feet of restaurant and retail space since 2007. Take the local commercial real estate market. Ten years ago, the very first phase of the Domain in North Austin was just getting off the ground. So was the Hill Country Galleria in Bee Cave. And Ikea had just opened its doors in Round Rock.
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Selecting a term
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Twitter handles (e.g. @username) — returns those who have mentioned or replied to
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