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Austin: Apartments, Retail, Hotel Eyed for 7700 Parmer

Featured Photo (above): Companies such as Google and Paypal lease office space at the 7700 Parmer corporate campus, where the property owner proposes adding a hotel, a shopping center and apartments. Image: Google Streets

Posted: 3-19-20

By Edmond Ortiz

Austin (Travis County)–The city is reviewing a request to amend land uses in a far North Austin corporate park to include a large apartment complex, shopping center and hotel.

Florida-based Accesso Partners LLC plans a second round of development at 7700 Parmer at 7700 W. Parmer Lane, which is near the upcoming Apple campus.

The developer has asked the city to amend its planned development agreement (PDA) for the 129-acre corporate park to accommodate a conversion of existing surface parking and additional square footage and land uses.

Their proposal is to construct approximately 1,800 apartments, 80,000 squarew feet of retail space, and a 340-room hotel.

Big Red Dog is the project engineer. There’s no information about the estimated project cost, schedule or delivery method.  VBX members may track this project using ID number: 2020-25AD.

7700 Parmer is surrounded by the Jollyville census designated plance and is home to four office buildings that total 957,000 square feet. The anchor tenants are Google Inc., Paypal Inc., eBay Inc. and Deloitte. The current development includes recreational facilities and a food hall.

The current site plan for the 7700 Parmer corporate campus. Image: Accesso Partners

7700 Parmer is located at the southeast corner of West Parmer and Anderson Mill Road, less than 1 mile north of the $1 billion Apple campus that is under construction.

More residential and commercial development is planned near the Apple campus, where 5,000 people plan to work when it opens in late 2021 or early 2022.


edmond@virtualbx.com

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About the Author:

Edmond Ortiz is a lifelong San Antonian and a 20-plus-year veteran in local journalism, He previously worked full-time at the San Antonio Express-News, and has been freelancing for outlets such as the Rivard Report.

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