When Heiser Development broke ground this month on Abacus Southside, a 140-unit apartment project in South Austin, it marked the latest project for a family business with a nearly century-old lineage in real estate.
These days, the company is run by Robert Harris Heiser Jr. and his son Bradfield Walling Heiser, a sixth-generation Austinite. It has 20 employees and three divisions that specialize in the development, architecture and management of office, apartment, condominium and retail projects. Currently, the firm is developing and operating assets in Austin, Dallas and San Antonio.
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Heiser Development projects include:
Abacus Southside — 140 apartments
Barton Skyway 400,000 square feet of office
Barton Oaks Building 4 and 5 — 220,000 square feet of office
Spyglass Creek — 175,000 square feet of office
The Park at Barton Creek — 210,000 square feet of office
South Lamar Storage —349 units
Villas of Lost Canyon —30 condominiums
Texas Land & Cattle, IHOP — restaurant