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Old Posted Sep 14, 2017, 9:37 PM
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Project Catalyst, Oracle’s East Riverside Neighbor, Might Be the Next Domain

JAMES RAMBIN SEPTEMBER 14, 2017

Its name is Project Catalyst, and most of what we know about this potential 79-acre mixed-use development comes from an Austin Business Journal article that dropped nearly a year ago. Since then, we’ve seen a few minor bubbles of info on the project, but nothing conclusive enough to satisfy all our needs. Over the last week or so, public interest in large-scale office developments in Austin has hit a fever pitch, for some reason, so now feels like a great time to revisit this project and lay out all the details we’ve got at the moment.

The Catalyst development as outlined in the ABJ article I mentioned earlier would occupy all four of the Nimes-owned apartment sites, with a combined total space of 79 acres.

49 acres of multi-story development with about 30 acres of greenbelt that would feed into the adjacent 400-acre Roy G. Guerrero Park.

Nine million square feet of total development potential with building heights averaging between eight and 20 stories

6,060 units of multifamily

Hotel project recommended to support the residential and commercial elements.
— Austin Business Journal, September 2016



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