The face of South Lamar Boulevard is rapidly changing – and one of the biggest transformations is happening at the former site of Lamar Plaza.
Most of the 50-year-old shopping center, at 1000 S. Lamar Blvd. at Treadwell St. in South Austin, was razed this year to make way for Lamar Union, a multistory mixed-use project that will feature 443 apartments and 85,000 square feet of ground-floor retail space.
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At look at where some former Lamar Plaza tenants have relocated:
- Alien Scooters: 5925 Burnet Road
- Austin Vintage Guitar: 6555 Burnet Road
- Fabulous Rejuvenation: 2605 Jones Road
- Heart of Texas Music: 808 S. First St., Temple
- Kadish Properties: 3000 S. Interstate 35
- Lamar Plaza Drug Store: 1509 S. Lamar Blvd.
- South Austin Gym: 5700 Manchaca Road
- Southside Printing: 3005 S. Lamar Blvd.