Land Use, Zoning, and Development

This is just a quick reference to properties in our neighborhood planning areas with active zoning or land use matters. The most current information will always be available from the City of Austin, either through their permit database or by contacting the review manager.

Neighborhood Planning’s Guide to Zoning

Board of Adjustment Guidebook

(Properties are listed south to north)

Towne Oaks site plans for new apartment building
420 E Anderson Ln
500 E Anderson Ln

601 E Powell Ln/504 E Wonsley Granada Apartments
Neighborhood Plan Amendment to MF multifamily from MU mixed use approved
Zoning Change LO-MU and LR-MU (limited office and neighborhood commercial, mixed use to MF-4 (moderate density multifamily) approved
City arborist consultation
Site plan application
HACA board hearing August 29, noon, 1124 S IH35
TDHCA board hearing October 10, 8am, Reagan Building W 15th (tentative)

500 E Powell Ln
Georgian Acres Neighborhood Park site plan approved

8226 Georgian Dr
Site plan for cell tower

8300 N IH35 (currently Austin Suites) conversion to apartments approved.
Neighborhood Plan Amendment Commercial to Mixed Use
Zoning Change CS-CO-NP to CS-MU-CO-NP
Variance application to reduce required site area Board of Adjustment decision postponed until September 9. Watch the August 12 discussion.

10000 1/2 Brownie Dr (Brownie Neighborhood Park)
Site plan correction for drainage approved

11000 Middle Fiskville Rd (Former Golfsmith)
Site plan revision expired
Site plan revision for more office

203 Victor Capital Mortuary
Site plan for expansion

Residential infill, ADUs, and subdividing lots
309 Oertli New ADU

507 Middle Ln subdivide into two lots

9113 Georgian new ADU

205 E Walnut subdivide into two lots

209 San Jose install manufactured home

208 San Jose install manufactured home

9306 Georgian subdivide into two lots

400 E Fawnridge new house

10505 Georgian new house

10610 McMillian new ADU

Neighborhood Plan
Objective Q.2: Recommendation 8: Adopt and apply those principles set forth by the Crime Prevention through Environmental Design (CPTED) tool.
Objective Q.9: Preserve housing affordability.
Recommendation 23: Encourage the location of minority-owned and -run businesses.
Objective Q.10: Acknowledge the cultural diversity of the neighborhood.
Objective L.2: Maintain a balanced residential character throughout the planning areas.
Recommendation 122: New, more intense residential development should contain a mixed use element and be located along major roadways.
Objective L.4: All new mixed use development should contain affordable units.
Recommendation 130: Encourage developers to take advantage of the incentives to provide affordable housing in new mixed use developments.
Objective L.8: Preserve the largely commercial environment along the I-35 Corridor.
Objective L.9: Create a node of commercial activity in the far northeastern corner of the planning areas.
Objective L.10: Establish a mixed use district at the southern end of the planning areas.