These three mixed-use developments that have been proposed in the southwest, southeast and northeast areas of the city could transform those sections of town in the next decade through billions of dollars of investment in new apartments, condos, office space, retail shops, restaurants and more. Read up on the latest here.

Brodie Oaks

Developer Barshop & Oles is preparing to go through a multiyear review process for a planned unit development, or PUD, with the city of Austin before it can start construction. The project would add offices, retail, restaurant, residential units and green space to a site that is currently a strip mall.

  • Acres: 38

  • Square footage: 3 million

  • Budget: $1 billion

  • Timeline: construction estimated to start in 2023


Construction will begin in February on this Northeast Austin development across from Samsung. The project will include apartment homes and hotels; retail, restaurant and office space; a grocery store; and a movie theater.

  • Acres: 425

  • Square footage: 1.2 million, not including homes and green space

  • Budget: $1 billion-plus

  • Timeline: construction starting in 2021; buildout expected in 2028

River Park

This mixed-use development from Presidium and Partners Group will include residential units, offices, shops, restaurants, hotels and more than 30 acres of open space, parkland and trails. The site includes 97 acres rezoned last year and an adjacent 12-acre parcel that is currently the Parke Green shopping center.

  • Acres: 109

  • Square footage: 10 million-plus

  • Budget: $4 billion-plus

  • Timeline: 10-20 years for complete project build-out

This story is part of Community Impact Newspaper's Annual Community Guide, which takes a look at the biggest development, education, health care, education, government and local business stories for the year ahead.

Editor's note: This article has been updated to clarify that EastVillage's buildout is expected in 2028.