Four Central Austin businesses on the move

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Law firm Vinson & Elkins, LLP will relocated to the new Indeed Tower, set to be complete this summer. (Olivia Aldridge/Community Impact Newspaper)

Law firm Vinson & Elkins, LLP will relocated to the new Indeed Tower, set to be complete this summer. (Olivia Aldridge/Community Impact Newspaper)

The following four businesses are moving to new homes in Central Austin.

1. Austin Radiological Association will relocate its Women's Imaging Center in April to 6818 Austin Center Blvd., Ste. 101, Austin, from its current location at 1600 W. 38th St., Ste. 100, Austin. The Austin Center Boulevard location has been undergoing renovations over the last year, according to ARA, and services offered there will include a full array of women's imaging services plus standard imaging for all patients. 512-795-8505. www.ausrad.com


2. Regard Jewelry is relocating to 6800 Burnet Road, Austin, from its current location at 8127 Mesa Drive, Ste. 301, Austin. According to goldsmith and platinum-smith Dan Schwieterman, the Burnet Road location is now open with half the staff moved over, and the Mesa Drive location will remain open while running a moving sale throughout May. 737-300-2686. www.regardjewelry.com

3. Resolut RE will be relocating in May to 6805 Capital of Texas Hwy., Austin. The commercial real estate brokerage firm will be moving its staff from its current office location at 7320 N. MoPac, Austin. 512-474-5557. www.resolutre.com

4. Law firm Vinson & Elkins LLP plans to relocate its Austin office to Indeed Tower at 200 W. Sixth St. Indeed Tower, currently under development by Trammell Crow Company, is set to be completed in early summer. Currently located at 2801 Via Fortuna, Ste. 100, Vinson & Elkins’ new office will take up the 25th floor and part of the 26th floor of the 36-story Indeed Tower. 512-542-8400. www.velaw.com
By Olivia Aldridge
Olivia is the reporter for Community Impact's Central Austin edition. A graduate of Presbyterian College in upstate South Carolina, Olivia was a reporter and producer at South Carolina Public Radio before joining Community Impact in Austin.


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