Connecticut firm seeks increased density for St. Elmo properties as it plans mixed-use development

The out-of-town developer has gained a nod of support from City Hall for a rezoning request tied to a larger project that would bring more development to South Austin's St. Elmo neighborhood. Also, this story includes ABJ's list of commercial property development firms in the area.

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