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The Seaholm Power Plant off Cesar Chavez Street near West Avenue is being renovated as part of the Seaholm Redevelopment Project. The 112,000-square-foot building will be upgraded to contain event, office and retail space.

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Transformation of Seaholm Power Plant begins

A revitalized area of downtown Austin is beginning to take shape with the start of construction May 30 on the new Central Public Library and construction on the Seaholm Redevelopment Project that began April 16. more »

Jun 27, 2013 Central Austin (3 Comments)

Austin City Council moves forward with Central Library project

The new Central Library project is moving forward after Austin City Council approved 7-0 funding a construction manager with Hensel Phelps Construction at the May 9 council meeting. more »

May 10, 2013 Central Austin

Seaholm project's rainwater storage system expansion approved by council

The Seaholm Power Plant Redevelopment Project got approval from Austin City Council on Nov. 1 to construct and operate a rainwater storage system that incorporates the Seaholm water intake structure in Town Lake Park and a portion of Shoal Beach. more »

Nov 2, 2012 Central Austin

Officials: New Central Library, Seaholm District plans about 60 percent complete

City officials and representatives from Lake|Flato Architects and Shepley Bulfinch architects took public comment on the new Central Library design plans as well as the Seaholm District public spaces Oct. 1 at a special called meeting of the Library more »

Oct 2, 2012 Central Austin