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Seaholm District

by | October 14th, 2011

Seaholm DistrictThe Seaholm District is a former industrial section of southwest downtown Austin that is undergoing a transformation into a vibrant urban neighborhood.

At the core of the district is the decommissioned Seaholm Power Plant which will be redeveloped into a landmark residential and retail destination.

Planning is taking shape in the district including Austin’s new central library and the unprecedented opportunity for the redevelopment of the Green Water Treatment Plant property.

This Web site is is designed to keep the community informed about the public construction in the area. For private projects, please contact the appropriate developer for information.

The Seaholm District north-south boundaries are Lady Bird Lake and West Fifth Street and east-west are San Antonio Street and Lamar Boulevard. This boundary may change in the future as the district develops.

District Updates

Oct 12, 2011

Feb 1, 2011

  • Austin’s popular Pfluger Pedestrian Bridge opened its extension to the public Friday, February 2, 2011. The northwest arm of the bridge will be an overpass for pedestrians and bicyclists to easily cross over Cesar Chavez Street from above street level.

March 15, 2010

  • Construction on the Pfluger Pedestrian and Bicycle Bridge extension began.

Nov. 20, 2008

Oct. 21, 2008

  • The three design team finalists for the new Central Library have been selected and will make presentations to the City Council on October 23. A “Meet and Greet” will follow in the atrium of City Hall at approximately 6:00 p.m. Visit the New Central Library website for more information.

Oct. 17, 2008

  • On Oct. 16, City Council voted to authorize the completion of the Lance Armstrong Bikeway section in the Seaholm District.

June 18, 2008

  • Green Water Treatment Plant and Energy Control Center update:

    Today Austin City Council approved a resolution authorizing the City Manager to:
    (1) negotiate and execute an exclusive negotiating agreement with Trammell Crow/Constructive Ventures, Inc./USAA; and
    (2) negotiate an agreement with that developer, for the sale and redevelopment of the Green Water Treatment Plant and Energy Control Center.

    View the 06/18/08 Council presentation slides (PDF).

March 27, 2008

  • Master Development Agreement Between the City of Austin and Seaholm Development, LLC (PDF, 215 kb).
  • Master Development Agreement – Exhibits (PDF, 328 kb).
  • Seaholm Redevelopment Project Presentation, March 27, 2008 (PDF, 301 kb).

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