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Hotel Occupancy Receipts – August 2015

Data from Texas Comptroller’s Office Total occupancy receipts – $1,493,741 Rooms – 1278 Texas state tax (6% of taxable receipts) – $69,276 Austin city tax (9% of taxable receipts) – $103,914 The city’s hotel occupancy tax revenue goes to: Cultural … Continue reading

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9310 Georgian Rezoning (2015 case)

July 2015 Update: Withdrawn by applicant North Lamar/Georgian Acres neighborhood plan contact team recommendation┬áto keep the Neighborhood Commercial – Mixed Use zoning. FUTURE LAND USE The applicant has requested to change the future land use map from NEIGHBORHOOD MIXED USE … Continue reading

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Coordination for N Lamar/Rundberg Redevelopment

February 2015 update: The report from the City Council coordination resolution passed last September has been sent to the Office of the City Manager. No date yet on when it will be made available to City Council members and the … Continue reading

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Mixed beverage sales (September 2014)

Data from Texas Comptroller’s Office Rodeo (9515 N Lamar) – $112,897 Little Arisu Restaurant (9515 N Lamar) – $2,702 Maudie’s (10205 N Lamar) – NA La Preferida Bar (10205 N Lamar) – NA Mariscos Tampico (10601 N Lamar) – $23,496 … Continue reading

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Hotel Occupancy Receipts – August 2014

Data from Texas Comptroller’s Office Total occupancy receipts – $1,457,269 Rooms – 1278 Texas state tax (6% of taxable receipts) – $67,928 Austin city tax (9% of taxable receipts) – $101,892 The city’s hotel occupancy tax revenue goes to: Cultural … Continue reading

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Investment in “International District” neighborhood center

Since 2011, there have been a number of significant public and private investments in our neighborhood and in the rest of the North Lamar/Rundberg “International District” neighborhood center. project investment source Housing Cross Creek Apartments rehab $21,000,000 (anticipated) private, TDCHA … Continue reading

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North Lamar/Rundberg Targeted Employment Areas (TEAs)

The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program allows qualified investors to become eligible for green cards for themselves and their dependent family members. To qualify, individuals must invest $1 million in a commercial enterprise that creates … Continue reading

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