Exploring Uptown ATX, a $3 billion development in Austin, TX

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Uptown ATX is a $3 billion, 66-acre master-planned neighborhood. | Gif via video courtesy of Brandywine Realty Trust

Have you heard about Uptown ATX? It’s a new $3 billion development a 66-acre master-planned community, to be exact — near The Domain in North Austin. 

The development from Brandywine Realty Trust will include ~7 million sqft of workspace, apartments, retail, and hospitality.

Some might remember that this project was formerly referred to as Broadmoor + known for decades as “The IBM Campus.” The company’s website describes the project as a “second downtown.” 

One Uptown — the development’s first phase — is a $328-million, mixed-use project sitting on five acres currently under construction and being developed in partnership with Canyon Partners Real Estate.

The first phase will include a 14-story building with 348,000 sqft of office space, 341 apartments, 15,000 sqft of street-level retail, and a six-story parking garage. There’s even going to be ​​a park created for the area.

The development’s plan also includes Brandywine partnering with Capital Metro to introduce a new MetroRail station at the center of Uptown ATX.

One Uptown’s office space is scheduled to be completed in the third quarter of 2023, and the apartments are expected to be done in the last quarter of 2024.

Keep up with the development of the project on Instagram + check out this interactive brochure with a complete site plan.