AUSTIN, TX. – One of the great things about living in Austin Texas is that the landscape is always changing including the St. Elmo area where plans are in place to revive the area and create the first indoor/outdoor marketplace in Austin Texas with the St. Elmo Market that's going to be modeled after New York’s famous Chelsa Market.

Besides having a great indoor/outdoor market that will be comparable to El Mercado, Pike Place and other great outdoor markets around the world, the St. Elmo Public Market will also have plenty of excellent restaurants workspaces for artists, musician’s places for farmers to sell their latest crops and so much more.

St. Elmo Market - Connecting the Past and Present

There’s no denying that Austin Texas has a creative past and it's been a great place for musicians, artists, entrepreneurs and families to relocate from around the world. Thankfully the revival of the St. Elmo area will celebrate Austin’s past while also embracing its future with the St. Elmo Public market.

Besides being a space for people who work in the music, media, entertainment, technology and other related markets revival of the St. Elmo area will also bring a world-class hotel and rental housing for people who want to live-work in one of the areas hottest, up and coming developments.

Yes connecting the past with the present exciting and another great thing about that St. Elmo market is that plans are in place to preserve the beautiful and thoughtful details of Austin's historic buildings including the iconic transom windows which allow plenty of light in during the day.

Upon its completion the St. Elmo market will be a development which we talked about for years to come and be a destination where people want to eat, shop enjoy concert or be a part of the cultural fabric in Austin Texas.

Learn More about Austin Texas

To learn more about St. Elmo Market in Austin, or to view homes for sale, contact the Kent Redding Group today by calling us at (512) 306-1001 or click here to connect with us online. 

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