$270M plan emerges to bring more housing, restaurants and bars to South Austin

Cool bars, awesome restaurants, apartments and workspace nearby — a dash of hike and bike trails. These developers have some big plans for South Austin. “Downtown Austin is probably not what it once was in a lot of people's opinions,” one of the backers said. He aims to give Austinites south of the river a great option.

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