The Domain

Austin, Texas

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By promoting urbanism, art, music and culture, the Domain is evolving into the new urban center for the creative class of Austin. The community has been shaped by its mixed uses, adjacency to commuter rail and the existing physical assets that we’re left behind from a 40 year old technology campus that once occupied the site. New development has been fit around existing large oak trees, utility corridors and older buildings. Merging urbanism with environmental stewardship, the Domain will provide a creative and progressive lifestyle that satisfies the expectations of Austin’s creative class.

  • Preserved features, including topography, vegetation, infrastructure, building re-use and material re-use, integrate with architecture and landscape to provide a unique experience that is vibrant and diverse.
  • With a commitment to housing 15,000 residents, The Domain will accommodate a significant residential population.
  • Plans to include a central park in addition to a destination events plaza are intended to keep the community on site and to promote on-site socializing.
  • The commitment to weaving art and creativity through all aspects of the community of Austin is part of its brand image. By anchoring the retail and mixed-use core with a civic space that is designed to accommodate performing arts, it is apparent to visitors that The Domain is born of Austin’s music and performance heritage.
  • Existing storm detention features will be reused and the commitment to LEED® certified buildings is evidenced in the first office building construction
  • The first phase, which includes nearly 400,000 square feet of retail space and 500 units of residential, is complete. The second phase will be a high-density, mixed-use destination with over 2 million square feet of retail space, 50,000 square feet of office space and 2,000 residential units.

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