Central Austin Edition - October 2020

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Prolonged pandemic forces Austin small businesses into survival mode Limited aid, slow consumer spending tests local owners

Months into the pandemic, consumer spending is still down, and nancial aid has dried up. Many small-business owners such as Alia Khan are having to adapt in order to pay bills. For some, that means seismic shifts in how they operate. Khan is reopening her yoga studio as a coworking space. RESILIENCE

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The entrepreneur in Khan has refused to give in, and she has drawn up one nal Hail Mary. With her one-year anniversary around the corner, Khan has reopened Oak + Lotus as a coworking studio. She acknowledged the drastic change but said she is out of options and sees it as the best chance to pay for her space. “I’m doing what I can because I really don’t want to lose this space. I’ve put so much into creating it, and I see the post- coronavirus potential in it,” Khan said. “The bottom line is, I need to pay the rent. I’m trying to get as creative as possible.

Alia Khan’s South Austin yoga studio, Oak + Lotus, operated for four months before the pandemic took hold. Her last in-person session was in March. Khan lost half of her clients by going virtual and seldom sees any new faces on her computer screen. Her landlord has been exible, but Khan knows it cannot last. She has had eeting success subletting her space and creating a digital library of yoga classes along with livestreamed sessions. But none have solved the challenge of paying rent on a 2,000-square-foot studio space that has sat mostly vacant for more than seven months.

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Record-high demand outpaces low supply As economy crawls, housing booms

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After a signicant drop soon after the onset of COVID-19, home sales nationally have risen in the past few months. Austin has followed the same trend but in a more pronounced manner.

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developer Urban Genesis. 512-451-8424. www.lordsboxing.com 8 Master Gohring’s Tai Chi & Kung Fu relocated to 5775 Airport Blvd., Ste. 600, Austin, on Aug. 24. Thomas Gohring, who also owns Kick Butt Coffee next door at 5775 Airport Blvd., Ste. 725, Austin, started the martial arts school in 1996—it is offering limited enrollment for in-person classes for kids and adults. Previously, the school was located at 6611 Airport Blvd., Austin. 512-879-7553. www.mastergohring.com CLOSINGS 9 Heartsong Music announced Aug. 22 it has closed its location at 2700 W. Anderson Lane, Ste. 320, Austin, and will be moving to a new space in 2021. Carey Youngblood founded the music studio focused on educating young children in 2004. Until the center can open again and safely offer in-person classes next year, it will continue offering online and outdoor classes. 512-371-9506. www.heartsongmusic.net 10 Vegetarian restaurant Mother’s Cafe , 4215 Duval St., Austin, announced it would permanently close Oct. 24 after 40 years of business in the Hyde Park community. “We are gratified at how our customers have made us feel so valued,” co-owner John Silberberg said. Silberberg, Cameron Alexander and Anne Daniels, all early employees of Mother’s, bought the restaurant in 1985 from original owner

location in the area, the first is located 305 N. Heatherwilde Blvd., Pflugerville. 512-522-6833. www.transcendketamine.com COMING SOON 5 Breakfast eatery Another Broken Egg Cafe will open a location at 8012 Mesa Drive, Austin, on Nov. 16. Another Broken Egg Cafe specializes in breakfast and brunch offerings, with a menu featuring pancakes, french toast, specialty omelettes, sandwiches and more. The Louisiana-based chain has nine locations in Texas, this is its first in Austin. 512-842-4022. www.anotherbrokenegg.com RELOCATIONS 6 Child Neurology Consultants of Austin r elocated its Central Austin Clinic to 7940 Shoal Creek Blvd., Ste. 100, Austin on Sept. 21. Previously, the clinic was located on Far West Boulevard. According to a press release, the new 10,000-square foot clinic offers a larger waiting room and exam rooms, an onsite infusion center for children and access to the clinic on the first floor. 512-494-4000. www.childneurotx.com 7 Richard Lord’s Boxing Gym moved in August to 5528 N. Lamar Blvd., Austin. Previously, it was located a few blocks north at 6324 N. Lamar Blvd., Austin. Lord has run the gym for more than 40 years—he moved to Austin from Dallas to attend the University of Texas in 1974 and started competing as an amateur boxer in the late 1970s. The former location of the gym will become an apartment complex—Crestview Highline—according to the website of

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NORTH CENTRAL NOWOPEN 1 Tatsumi Sushi opened Sept. 10 at 2700 W. Anderson Lane, Ste. 212, Austin. Executive chef Elvin Jin helms the new restaurant—he grew up shadowing his parents at their own sushi restaurant in the San Francisco area, then after college traveled to Japan to cook. The restaurant is open for dine-in and take-out seven days a week for lunch and Friday through Sunday for dinner. 512-906-0229. www.tatsumiaustin.com 2 Far East Sports Bar opened Sept. 27 in the downstairs space below Chinatown’s North Austin restaurant location, 3407 Greystone Drive, Austin. The sports bar had a soft opening early in 2020, but had to close down due to COVID-19 regulations and reopened officially in September. In addition to showing sports on 20 TVs and serving

draft beer, the bar has partnered with Chinatown to feature Chinese and Japanese menu items from the restaurant upstairs. 512-270-8147. www.fareastsportsbar.com 3 Old Thousand opened a new location Oct. 4 at 4805 Burnet Road, Austin. The Chinese restaurant originally opened in 2016 at 1100 E. 11th St., Austin. Both the North Austin and the East Austin locations will be open for takeout and third-party delivery only. “We’re looking forward to being a part of the Allandale, Rosedale and Crestview communities,” owner Ben Cachila said in a press release. 737-222-6637. www.oldthousandatx.com 4 Transcend Ketamine opened Aug. 18 at 4301 Burnet Road, Austin. The clinic offers ketamine-assisted psychotherapy treatment—meaning patients receive ketamine medication in addition to therapy to support their mental health. This is the clinic’s second

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www.veracruzallnatural.com, www.mediciroasting.com 5 Codependent Coffee + Cocktails opened Sept. 24 on the ground floor of the Independent condo building, 301 West Ave., Ste. 110, Austin. The coffee bar by day and cocktail bar by night comes from Urbanspace Real Estate + Interiors, the real estate sales and design firm that purchased all the ground floor retail space in the Independent in 2019. Urbanspace also has a showroom at the same location. 512-206-8900. www.codependentatx.com 6 The Well , a new healthy breakfast and lunch restaurant, opened in October at 440 W. Second St., Austin. The restaurant comes from Nova Hospitality, the group that also operates downtown restaurants TenTen and Devil May Care. It will open with to-go service only. Limited outdoor patio seating is set to open later this fall. www.eatwellatx.com CLOSINGS 7 MugShots , located at 407 E. Seventh St., Austin, closed Aug. 31. The bar, owned by Marcos Canchola and Brian Hyde, opened in December 2002. “We wish to thank you for nearly 18 years of support and wonderful memories,” wrote the owners in a press release. Canchola and Hyde co-own a number of Austin bars, including The Hideout Pub, Bender Bar & Grill, Violet Crown Social Club and Pour House Pints & Pies. Canchola owns and operates Barfly’s, and both are partners in Hitmaker Brewing Co. www. mugshotsaustin.com 8 Dirty Dog Bar , a live music venue at 505 E. Sixth St., Austin, announced its permanent closure Aug. 31. “We held on as long as we could even after losing revenue from March through today and with no end in sight,” the owners wrote in an Aug. 28 social media post. When bars are allowed to reopen following the lifting of COVID-19 restrictions, the owners hope to find a new location to reopen. www.dirtydogbar.com 9 Pink Avocado Catering , located at 401 Sabine St., Austin, closed permanently Sept. 11, according to an announcement from Executive Chef Brent Schumacher. The catering company

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started in 2006—its first event was the anniversary party for the Austin Film Festival. “We’ve seen the writing on the wall and the loss of revenue due to the cancellation of live events is unsustainable for us at this time,” Schumacher wrote. www.pinkavocadocatering.com 10 Veggie Heaven , a vegan restaurant located at 1611 W. Fifth St., Austin, since 1998, announced its permanent closure Sept. 1. “We are so grateful to everyone who has made the experience of running this restaurant unforgettable,” wrote the owners. 11 Ni-Komé , the sushi restaurant in downtown food hall Fareground, 111 Congress Ave., Austin, closed permanently as of Aug. 15. The food hall that also includes restaurants Contigo, Dai Due, Henbit, Italic and TLV has been closed temporarily since March 17. Komé Sushi Kitchen on Airport Boulevard remains open for curbside takeout. 512-712-5700. www.kome-austin.com

DOWNTOWN/ WEST CAMPUS NOWOPEN 1 Civil Goat Coffee Co. opened a new location at 3423 Guadalupe St., Austin, on Oct. 19. Founder Chris O’Brien opened the shop’s first location on Cuernavaca Drive— in between Westlake and Bee Cave—four years ago and said he was looking to expand. The new location will add beer and wine to the coffee and food options offered at the original. www.civilgoat.com 2 Moody’s Kitchen + Bar is open as of Oct. 14 on The Drag at 2530 Guadalupe St., Austin. Owner Mahmud “Moody” Ugur previously operated MezzeMe Turkish Kitchen out of the location, but said in a press release he lost most of his student customer base when the COVID-19 pandemic hit. The new casual spot will serve burgers, pizzas, wings, cocktails

and local beers on tap with happy hour specials both Monday-Friday and Saturday during University of Texas football games. 512-213-0451. www.moodysaustin.com 3 Sweetwaters Coffee & Tea opened its first Austin location just west of the Texas Capitol grounds, 316 W. 12th St., Austin, in September. The nationwide chain of coffee shops first opened in Ann Arbor, Michigan, in 1993 and has since expanded to 13 states, including nine locations in Texas. 737-717-3103. www.sweetwaterscafe.com 4 Littlefield’s , a new open-air coffee and taco spot from partners Veracruz All Natural and Medici Roasting, opened Oct. 12 at 2401 Winsted Lane, Austin. Littlefield’s will feature a walk-up order window and outdoor seating. This is the sixth location for Veracruz, which began as a food truck in East Austin. Cafe Medici has six other locations, including one about a mile from the new spot on West Lynn Street in Clarksville.

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SOUTH CENTRAL AUSTIN NOWOPEN 1 Bulb , a renewable energy company based in the United Kingdom, expanded to the U.S. market and opened in Texas on Sept. 24. Bulb’s new Austin offices are located at 210 Barton Springs Road, Austin. When the company launched in 2015, 1% of the UK energy market was renewable; now that figure is 10%, according to a press release. The electricity options Bulb is offering to Texans include wind and solar power. 833-439-2852. www.bulb.com 2 Aba , a new Mediterranean restaurant, opened Oct. 1 in the Music Lane development, 1011 S. Congress Ave., Bldg. 2, Ste. 180, Austin. This is the first restaurant in Austin for restaurant group Lettuce Entertain You Enterprises, which manages more than 130 restaurants. It will be the second location for Aba and chef CJ Jacobson; the original opened in Chicago in 2018. 737-273-0199. www.abarestaurants.com 3 Two Hands , an Australian cafe with four locations in New York City, opened at 1011 S. Congress Ave., Austin, on Oct. 15, according to its social media channels. The cafe featuring coffee, brunch, sandwiches

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4 Hotel Magdalena , a new 89-room hotel from the Austin-based Bunkhouse Group, opened in September at 1101 Music Lane, Austin. The restaurant in the hotel, Summer House on Music Lane, is set to open in November and will be led by Executive Chef Jeffrey Hundelt, formerly of Launderette and Fresa’s Chicken al Carbon. 512-442- 1000. www.hotelmagdalena.com 5 Little Brother opened a new coffee and kolache window as of Sept. 25 at 1512 S. Congress Ave., Austin. The window is open Thu.-Sun. from 8 a.m.-3 p.m. inside Maufrais, a lifestyle store that sells custom-made hats. Maufrais opened in 2019 in the space that was previously occupied by Uncommon Objects. Little Brother’s original bar location is still open 6 Easy Tiger opened its new location at 3508 S. Lamar Blvd., Austin, on Oct. 16. The bakery, restaurant and beer garden features a large outdoor dining area and will offer curbside and delivery options. Easy Tiger’s North Austin location also remains open. Its downtown location on Sixth Street closed in September. at 89 Rainey St., Austin. www.littlebrotherbar.com

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CLOSINGS 9 Bead It , located at 2058 S. Lamar Blvd., Austin, closed its brick-and-mortar store Sept. 28 after 18 years in business. “Unfortunately, the neighborhood has changed, and Bead It can no longer support itself on South Lamar,” wrote owner Ashley Schor in a goodbye announcement. Schor said she still plans on continuing online sales, appearing at the occasional market in Austin and “sharing a booth in a secret location.” www.beaditaustin.com 10 Maria’s Taco Xpress , the restaurant at 2529 S. Lamar Blvd., Austin, known for its distinctive statue, will close by the end of the year. Owner Maria Corbalan opened the restaurant as a food trailer in 1997 and moved into a brick-and- mortar in 2006. According to a news release from local commercial real estate brokerage firm CBRE, an unnamed investment will finalize the purchase of the property by November and is looking for a new tenant. 512-444-0261. www.tacoxpress.com

The new South Lamar spot replaces the former Red’s Porch location. 512-964-8229. www.easytigerusa.com 7 Chisos Boots opened its showroom at 3507 S. First St., Austin, on Oct. 1. Owner Will Roman launched Chisos in 2019 and named the boot company after the mountains in Big Bend National Park. A portion of all sales supports Texas land conservation. 512-866-7222. www.chisos.com RELOCATIONS 8 Bon Vivant Gift Boxes relocated to 2307 Thornton Road, Ste. 110, Austin, on Oct. 1. Owner Steely Dipuccio said the business offering curated or custom gift boxes outgrew its old space, which was at 2121 S. Lamar Blvd., Ste. 100, Austin. Dipuccio started the business in 2016 after her work as a corporate recruiter made her realize the need for a gifting service in Austin. 512-586-8823. www.bonvivantdelivered.com

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4 Poke Austin opened at 1211 E. Fifth St., Unit 110, Austin, in the Plaza Saltillo development in early October. This is the second location for the poke spot, and the original in Sunset Valley remains open. The second location was originally set to open early in 2020. “It’s been a long year since we started this project and it’s finally time for us to open,” wrote owner Trent Schneiter in an email. www.poke-austin.com 5 The Cigar Vault East opened at 2501 E. Cesar Chavez St., Austin, on Aug. 27 in the location previously occupied by Diablo Rojo Tattoo Shop. The new business is a cigar shop and tobacco lounge with a bring-your-own-beer sports lounge. Membership benefits are available for cigar aficionados. This is the second location for The Cigar Vault after its original shop in Buda. 512-861-5400. www.facebook.com/cigarvaulteast 6 Gati , a new nondairy ice cream and coffee spot from Thai Fresh owner Jam Santichat, opened Oct. 12 at 1512 Holly St., Austin. The idea started when Santichat ordered too many mangoes at the South Austin restaurant and therefore put mango coconut-milk ice cream on the menu. “Gati” means coconut milk in Thai. 512-222-1077. www.gatiicecream.com COMING SOON 7 Austin Pets Alive Thrift will open a new location at 1304 E. Cesar Chavez St., Austin, in early November. Retail Operations Manager Derrick Ernst said the location will be a “boutique-style” store. Austin Pets Alive Thrift sells new and gently used clothing with sales benefiting the animals and programs of the Austin Pets Alive animal shelter. Additional locations can be

found on Burnet Road, 51st Street and West Oltorf Street. 808-344-6812. www.austinpetsalive.org/shop/thrift 8 De Nada Tacos is scheduled to open by December at 4715 E. Cesar Chavez St., Austin. The new taco restaurant comes from 2 Dine 4 Hospitality—the catering, events and restaurant company that also operates nearby East Austin spots Sawyer & Co. on Cesar Chavez along with Happy Foods—which opened in July on Gonzales Street. www.denadatacos.com NEWOWNERSHIP 9 Revival Coffee , located at 1405 E. Seventh St., has been purchased by Gabriela Bucio, the owner of restaurants Gabriela’s Downtown and Taquero Mucho. Bucio wrote on her Instagram account that she was a loyal customer of the East Austin coffee spot, and when previous owner Alyse Bordelon had to close because of low sales and a missed rent payment, Bucio decided to purchase the shop. 512-524-0583. www.revivaltexas.com CLOSINGS doors permanently. The sushi restaurant originally opened its brick-and-mortar restaurant in the Mueller development, 4600 Mueller Blvd., Ste. 1035, Austin, in 2016. Original owner Otto Phan then turned it over to chef Sarah Cook in 2019. In an Instagram post, Cook thanked those who sent “a kind message, sad message and supportive message” following the closing. www.kyotensushiko.com 10 Kyoten Sushiko announced Sept. 26 it has decided to close its

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EAST AUSTIN NOWOPEN 1 Austin Covid Labs opened in August at 4818 Berkman Drive, Austin. The testing center for COVID-19 offers molecular nasal swab tests as well as antibody blood testing. Antibody tests are processed in about 10 minutes; rapid nasal swab tests are processed in 13 minutes; and PCR tests are delivered in 24-48 hours. Those wishing to be tested can select a date and time on the

El Chile along with El Alma and three El Chilito locations. Previously, the space was home to Peruvian restaurant Yuyo Peruano. In a press release, El Chile’s chief operating officer said the group decided to open the new space for small, intimate events after hearing from the community about a need for small groups to get together for weddings, rehearsal dinners 3 Hopdoddy opened in the Plaza Saltillo development, 1011 E. Fifth St., Ste. 180, Austin, on Oct. 22. The Austin-based burger chain is also celebrating its 10-year anniversary after opening its first location on South Congress Avenue in 2010. It has since expanded to 22 locations in Texas along with restaurants in Arizona, California, Colorado and Tennessee. 512-828-7855. www.hopdoddy.com and holiday gatherings. www.lacantinatx.com

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October and November events

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06 THROUGH 7 CREATIVEMEDICINE The organizers of Austin’s annual Babes Fest present Creative Medicine, a virtual lm showcase and open-air “sound medicine session.” Various times. $10-$20. The Line Hotel, 111 E. Cesar Chavez St., Austin. www.bossbabes.org/creativemedicine 14 AUSTIN CELTIC FESTIVAL The celebration of Celtic culture and tradition usually features in-person music, dance, historical reenactments, workshops, lectures and more. For the rst time in its 23-year history, the celebration will take place virtually this year. Celtic musicians will perform via Facebook live along with other Celtic features. Various times. Free. www.austincelticfestival.com 14 THROUGH JAN. 10 BLANTONMUSEUMEXHIBIT: ‘EXPANDING ABSTRACTION’ The Blanton Museum of Art at the University of Texas hosts an abstract art exhibition, “Expanding Abstraction: Pushing the Boundaries of Painting in the Americas.” Because the museum is open with limited capacity, advance tickets are required. Dates and times vary. Free- $12. 200 E. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Austin. 512-471-5482. www.blantonmuseum.org

OCTOBER 31 ASO’S VIRTUAL HALLOWEEN CHILDREN’S CONCERT Austin Symphony Orchestra hosts its annual Halloween children’s concert virtually this year. The one-hour program’s theme is “Fantasy and Fable: A Fantastic Fabulous Mix of Sorcery, Enchantment and Magic,” and it features the music of Harry Potter and “Peter and the Wolf.” All are welcome to tune in, but the program is geared toward families with children ages 2-10. 3 p.m. $20 (per household). 512-476-6064. www.austinsymphony.org 31 ASLEEP AT THEWHEEL AT AUSTIN CITY LIMITS Texas band Asleep at the Wheel will partner with Austin to celebrate ve decades in the music industry with nationwide airing of “ACL Presents: 50 Years of Asleep at the Wheel” on KLRU. Willie Nelson, Lyle Lovett and the Avett Brothers will also perform. The program kicks o a year-long career retrospective and celebration with additional events to come. 11 p.m. Free. www.acltv.com 31 FABBOOLOUS FULL MOON PADDLE Rowing Dock on Lady Bird Lake hosts a

socially distanced, paddle-up trick-or- treating event. Guests can use paddle boards and kayaks to access trick-or- treating stations. The event includes spooky music, a photo booth and a costume contest. 5-9 p.m. $5-$20. Rowing Dock, 2418 Stratford Drive, Austin. 512-459-0999. www.rowingdock.com/happening-fab- boo-lous-halloween NOVEMBER 04 AUSTINMOM’S NIGHT OUT Austin Moms, a local blog and parenting resource, hosts Austin Moms Night Out at Inn Cahoots. Moms in the Austin area are invited to enjoy an open bar, music and food during this 1920s speakeasy-themed event. 6-9 p.m. Free. Inn Cahoots, 1221 E. Sixth St., Austin. www.austinmoms.com/moms-night-out 05 THROUGHNOV. 8 ‘SONGS UNDER THE STARS’ Thursdays through Sundays, the Zach Theatre presents live performances, including the nal event in its fall concert series—a performance by Austin-based singer Chanel on Nov. 5-8. Social distancing will be enforced, and advance tickets are required. Times vary. $70 (per two-person pod). 512-476-0594. www.zachtheatre.org

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Featured authors and speakers at the virtual festival include Matthew McConaughey, Isabel Wilkerson and many others. Free. 512-477-4055. www.texasbookfestival.org

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The Austin Humane Society’s online gala delivers food and cocktails to guests’ doors. Free, sponsorships available. 6:30 p.m.-midnight. 512-685-0118. www.ahsragstowags.org

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Cost: $743 million Funding sources: Mobility Authority toll revenue bonds, federal loans, Texas Department of Transportation loans 2 Congress Avenue bicycle lanes become permanent Since the beginning of June, Congress Avenue has had temporary bike lanes running through downtown Austin from Riverside Drive to the Texas Capitol. The city of Austin is turning those temporary lanes into permanent lanes separated from trac by exible posts with stops in place to prevent cars from parking. Construction work started on Sept. 20. As of Oct. 22, work was substantially complete between Riverside and Second Street, while work between Second and 11th streets was scheduled to be completed in November. According to the city, no parking spots or driveways were impacted during construction. In addition to the permanent lanes, the project adds new left-turn lanes onto Congress at Cesar Chavez Street, Fifth Street and Sixth Street; dedicated right-turn lanes at Cesar Chavez, Barton Springs Road and Riverside; and trac signal upgrades. Timeline: September-November 2020 Cost: $200,000 Funding source: 2016 mobility bond

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ONGOING PROJECTS 1 183 South opens additional section as completion date nears Drivers traveling north on US 183 now will be able to exit to downtown Austin after the Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority reopened exits to Airport Boulevard, Fifth Street, Seventh Street and Cesar Chavez Street in September. The new northbound US 183 general-purpose lane over the Colorado River bridge opened in mid-September—re-establishing

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ELECTION

Information for November elections

ELECTION DAY IN CENTRAL AUSTIN WHERE TO VOTE ON

Travis County residents are able to cast their ballot at any of the 177 Election Day voting locations open Nov. 3 from 7 a.m.-7 p.m. In addition to the schools, libraries, churches and recreation centers that have served as voting locations in the past, some new addresses are on the list this year—from a yoga studio to a wedding venue to the Lions Municipal Golf Course.

POLLING LOCATIONS

New polling places in 2020

Other polling places

7 The Church at Highland Park 5206 Balcones Drive, Austin 8 Congregation Beth Israel 3901 Shoal Creek Blvd., Austin 9 Highland Village Church of Christ 4716 Bull Creek Road, Austin 10 Holiday Inn Austin Midtown 6000 Middle Fiskville Road, Austin 11 Modo Yoga Studios 7010 Easy Wind Drive, Ste. 130, Austin 12 Norris Conference Centers 2525 W. Anderson Lane, Ste. 365, Austin 13 North Village Branch,

14 Northwest Hills United Methodist Church 7027 Hart Lane, Austin 15 Northwest Recreation Center 2913 Northland Drive, Austin 16 Old Quarry Branch, Austin Public Library 7501 Village Center Drive, Austin 17 Red River Church 4425 Red River St., Austin 18 Skyview Baptist Church 211 W. Koenig Lane, Austin 19 St. John’s United Methodist Church 2140 Allandale Road, Austin

20 Texas Health and Human Services Commission: Winters Building 701 W. 51st St., Austin 21 Yarborough Branch, Austin Public Library 2200 Hancock Drive, Austin DOWNTOWN/WEST CAMPUS 22 Austin Central Library 710 W. Cesar Chavez St., Austin 23 Austin Recreation Center 1301 Shoal Creek Blvd., Austin 24 Lamar Senior Activity Center 2874 Shoal Creek Blvd., Austin 25 Lions Municipal Golf Course 2901 Enfield Road, Austin

NORTH CENTRAL AUSTIN 1 Baker Center 3908 Avenue B, Austin 2 Ben Hur Shrine Temple 7811 Rockwood Lane, Austin 3 Brentwood Bible Church 6301 Woodrow Ave., Austin 4 CA Office 7620 Guadalupe St., Austin 5 Cat Mountain Homeowners Association 6007 Mount Bonnell Road, Austin 6 Celebration Church 1006 W. Koenig Lane, Austin

Austin Public Library 2505 Steck Ave., Austin

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POLLING LOCATIONS CONTINUED

New polling place in 2020

Other polling places

26 Mexican-American Cultural Center 600 River St., Austin 27 O. Henry Middle School 2610 W. 10th St., Austin 28 Stephen F. Austin State Office Building 1700 Congress Ave., Austin 29 St. Luke United Methodist Church 1306 W. Lynn St., Austin 30 Texas Hillel Foundation 2105 San Antonio St., Austin 31 Travis County Granger Building 314 W. 11th St., Austin 32 University of Texas: Flawn Academic Center 2304 Whitis Ave., Ste. 338, Austin 33 University of Texas: Gregory Gymnasium 2101 Speedway, Austin SOUTH CENTRAL AUSTIN 34 Austin New Church 2701 S. Lamar Blvd., Austin 35 The Church on Congress Avenue 1110 Barton Springs Road, Austin 37 Faith Presbyterian Church 1314 E. Oltorf St., Austin 38 Mercury Hall 615 Cardinal Lane, Austin 39 South Austin Recreation Center 1100 Cumberland Road, Austin 40 South Austin Senior Activity Center 1511 S. Congress Ave., Austin 36 Dougherty Arts Center

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49 Dottie Jordan Recreation Center 2803 Loyola Lane, Austin 50 East 19th Street Missionary Baptist Church 3401 Rogge Lane, Austin 51 Givens Recreation Center 3811 E. 12th St., Austin 52 Greater Mt. Zion Church 4301 Tannehill Lane, Austin 53 Huston-Tillotson University 900 Chicon St., Austin 54 Memorial UnitedMethodist Church

59 Terrazas Branch, Austin Public Library 1105 E. Cesar Chavez St., Austin 60 United Way of Greater Austin 2000 E. Martin Luther King Blvd., Austin 61 University Hills Branch, Austin Public Library 4721 Loyola Lane, Austin 62 Virginia Brown Recreation Center

6100 Berkman Drive, Austin 55 Millennium Youth Entertainment Complex 1156 Hargrave St., Austin 56 Oswaldo Cantu/Pan American Recreation Center 2100 E. Third St., Austin 57 Parque Zaragoza Recreation Center 2608 Gonzales St., Austin 58 Sky Candy 1023 Springdale Road, Ste. 8A, Austin

48 Carver Branch, Austin Public Library 1161 Angelina St., Austin

7500 Blessing Ave., Austin 63 Windsor Park Branch, Austin Public Library 5833 Westminster Drive, Austin

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