Seaholm development sold, condos closed on


Developers of the mixed-use development at the former Seaholm Power Plant announced Wednesday the sale of the properties in the 5-acre downtown site.

A story in Community Impact Newspaper’s May edition detailed the progress that had been made at the development, which is bounded by Cesar Chavez Street, West Avenue, Third Street, Seaholm Drive and Union Pacific’s Austin Western Railroad line.

The 126,000-square-foot Seaholm Power Plant was originally built in the 1950s. The city of Austin decommissioned the plant in the 1990s and then hired Seaholm Power LLC in the 2000s to redevelop the site. The property now includes such tenants as Athenahealth, Boiler Nine Bar + Grill, True Food Kitchen and 280 condominium owners. Seaholm Power LLC also announced today the closing out of condo sales at Seaholm Residences.

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JJ Velasquez
The Central Austin editor since 2016, JJ covers city government and other topics of community interest—when he's not editing the work of his prolific writers. He began his tenure at Community Impact Newspaper as the reporter for its San Marcos | Buda | Kyle edition covering local government and public education. The Laredo, Texas native is also a web developer whose mission is to make the internet a friendly place for finding objective and engaging news content.
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