1 year in, Domain Northside development is a hit


Bigger and better than anything Central Texans had seen before.

That was the goal when Austin-based developer Endeavor Real Estate Group set out to plan Domain Northside, the third – and final – phase of the Domain mixed-use project in North Austin.

PHOTOS: Domain Northside turns 1

One year after the first wave of businesses opened their doors, Endeavor executives say the development has not only met, but exceeded their expectations. About 90 percent of the available retail space has been leased, with negotiations in various stages for many of the remaining storefronts.

“By this time next year, we’ll be full,” Endeavor managing principal Jeff Newberg said in a recent interview.

That prosperity happened during a year when a number of shopping centers across the United States were hurting as chain after chain seemed to scale back or shut down altogether.

Read more about Domain Northside’s first year on our premium website, MyStatesman.com.



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