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2nd Street Retail District

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The 2nd Street District is located on the southern edge of downtown and just north of Town Lake. Sidewalks in the district have been widened and lined with trees to make it more inviteing for pedestrian traffic and sidewalk dining. Some of the recent developments in the district include the new Austin City Hall, AMLI Downtown apartments and CSC's two six story office buildings. Future developments include AMLI Phase II (17-18 story residential) and Block 21. In total, about 225,000 sf of retail and restaurant space will be created.

Website: http://www.2ndstreetdistrict.com/home.html

Tenant list from http://www.downtownaustin.com/

2nd Street Retail District

As of March 30, 2005, the following tenants have announced for 2nd Street:

Sushi Sake (Sushi restaurant)

Lucky Soles (men's and women's shoe store)

Shiki (women

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All of the storefronts between Lavaca St. and Colorado St. have been rented and are now starting to open up, so far six have opened.

An updated list of tenants:

  20six15

  III Forks

  Cantina Laredo

  CRU Wine Bar

  Design Within Reach

  Eliza Page

  Estilo

  Gomi

  The Home Retreat

  IF Design

  Jo's Hot Coffee

  Lucky Soles

  Mercury Design Studio

  Milk and Honey Day Spa

  Segovia

  Shiki

  Shorelines Gallery

  Sushi Sake

  Taverna

News 8 Austin: Second Street Retail District taking shape

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About 12 shops are open or close to opening in the 2nd Street Retail District with more to follow. A total of 24 retailers have signed leases with 17 of them being locally owned businesses, 8 more leases are still being negotiated. The first new restaurant in the district, Taverna Pizzeria & Risotteria, will open on Monday.

Austin American-Statesman: Second Street comes to life

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Taverna is a great addition to the district and Austin, in general. The food is authentic Italian (mostly Northern Italian recipes). The atmosphere reminds me of some great off-the-beaten-path restaurants I've frequented in New York, but definitely fits Austin. Speaking of frequent, I think I've dined there a dozen times since it opened and that's only been four weeks.... P.S. Save room for the dessert tray.

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The Austin City Store opens today at city hall. The 1,400 sf store will sell unique Austin items.

News 8 Austin: Austin City Store opens Sunday

Everything in the store will either promote Austin or be locally made. The city has spent about $430,000 to get the store ready to open.

"We just feel like it's another avenue that we can assist our artist community so they are able to stay here, make their products and enjoy Austin," said Jan Stephens, project consultant.

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