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Community Information
                                                         June 2007

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Mueller Community Sheet


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Mueller Community Sheet

  1. 1. Community Information June 2007 SCH OOLS PR OPERT Y OWN ER AS S OCIATI ON BENE FITS  Austin Independent School District: 414-1700  Maintaining, operating and enhancing Mueller facilities: o Neighborhood parks and pocket parks  The University of Texas at Austin: 475-7348 o Community swimming pools and pool houses  Austin Community College: 223-7000 o Lake Park facilities, including the amphitheatre and pavilions o Bikeways and pedestrian trails EMERGEN CY SE RVI CES o Landscaping, trees, sidewalks, street lamps, signage, etc.  Austin Police Department: 974-5000 o Public areas in the town center, retail center(s), and other  Travis County Sheriff’s Dept: 974-0845 non-residential areas  Emergency – EMS/Fire and Rescue: 911 o Water quality and water detention ponds  Non-Emergency Response: 311 o Mueller Central, which will become the home base for the community association UTILITIES  Providing insurance coverage to protect Mueller amenity users  Electric – Austin Energy: 494-9400  Supporting technology services such as free wi-fi hotspots and  Gas – Texas Gas Service: 477-5852 community Intranet  Internet/Phone/Cable: Time Warner Cable: 531-7853  Supporting community events and celebrations  Water/Wastewater – City of Austin: 322-0101  Supporting safety initiatives  Trash Collection – City of Austin: 494-9400 A P P R OXIMATE POA A S SOCI ATION FEES RELIGI OUS OR GANIZATI ONS ± $40/month (additional fees for row homes) Austin Area Interreligious Ministries: 386-9145 NEARB Y M OVI E THEATER S COUNTY , ZI P C ODE Travis County, 78723  Galaxy Highland Cinema 10  Bob Bullock IMAX Theatre COMBIN ED PR OPERTY TAX RATE $2.53 per $100 valuation (2006) NEARB Y SH OPPING CENTE RS  Mueller Retail Center (Barbara Jordan and Mueller Blvds)  Mueller town center (future development) RECR EATIONA L AN D OTHER FACI LITIES  Mueller amenities include: Lake Park, NW Greenway,  Highland Mall (I-35 and US 290) SW Greenway, SE Greenway, five miles of new hike &  Capital Plaza (I-35, just north of 51st St) bike trails  The Arboretum (US 183 and MoPac)  Jr. Olympic swimming pool and recreation center in  The Domain (MoPac and Braker Ln) neighborhood park  2nd Street District (downtown)  City amenities include: Morris Williams Golf Course; picnic tables, b-ball and tennis courts at Patterson SELE CT M UELL ER REGI ONAL RETAILE RS & EATER IES Park; picnic tables, disc golf and swimming pool at  Bed Bath & Beyond Bartholomew Park  Best Buy  The Chair King  Chipotle Grill NEARB Y H OS PITAL S  Dell Children’s Medical Center: 324-0000  Doc Green’s  Seton Brackenridge Hospital: 324-7000  DOTS  St. David's Medical Center: 476-7111  Family Christian Store  Famous Footwear NEARB Y GR OCER S  HCS Salon  H-E-B (Hancock Center)  Marshalls  Fiesta (I-35 and E 39th St)  Old Navy  Target (Capital Plaza)  Papa John’s  Petsmart NEARB Y GY MS  rue21  24 Hour Fitness: 458-2424  Shoe Pavilion  Harmon Street Gym: 467-8029  Starbucks  Hyde Park Gym: 459-9174  Wachovia  Gold’s Gym (Lincoln Village): 467-1900  Which Wich For more information visit or Mueller Central at 4550 Mueller Blvd.
  2. 2. AT GLANCE A Catellus Development Group, in a venture with the City of Austin, is creating at Mueller a compact, walkable, high- quality community that meets the needs of residents and employers while also promoting broader community goals. The award-winning Mueller master plan, crafted by ROMA Design Group with extensive community participation, includes: Development of homes for 10,000 new residents in up to 4,600 new dwellings, located within the town center and  in four new neighborhoods; Mueller will include up to 2,400 single-family yard homes, row houses and shop houses, and up to 2,200 multi-family units; one quarter of all units will be part of Mueller’s affordable homes program A mixed-use town center district with street-level retail, restaurants and entertainment, and upper-level office  and multi-family uses, along with the Mueller Central information center and the new Lake Park Up to 3.8 million square feet of commercial office space in the  town center and in major employment centers (anchored by Dell Children’s Medical Center of Central Texas, the Dell Pediatric Research Institute at The University of Texas at Austin and the Austin Studios); Mueller will be home to ±10,000 permanent jobs upon completion Up to 650,000 square feet of retail space in the town center, the  Mueller regional retail center at I-35 and 51st Street and throughout the Mueller neighborhoods More than 140 acres of open space, including perimeter greenways  with up to five miles of hike and bike trails, the community Lake Park, residential playing fields, neighborhood parks and approximately 15,000 new trees Landscaped streets designed to support pedestrian and bicycle  movement and visually extend the open space network Community amenities, including space for a new elementary  school, the Kroc Recreation Center, an outdoor performance venue in the Lake Park and preserved historic landmarks of the site’s aviation history COMMUNITY GOALS  Fiscal Res p onsi bili ty: The redevelopment must create a revenue stream that will substantially fund onsite infrastructure and increase the City’s tax base for the benefit of all citizens.  Eco n omic Devel o pme nt: The redevelopment will reinforce Austin’s role in an increasingly global marketplace and create a wide range of employment opportunities for the community's citizens.  East A usti n Revi tali zat io n: The redevelopment must promote economic development opportunities within East Austin, giving local residents a direct stake in redevelopment.  Com pa tibil ity w ith Surr o undi ng Nei ghborh o od s: Development must maintain and enhance the quality of life in adjacent neighborhoods, providing complementary linkages, land uses and transportation patterns.  Div ersity: Mueller will offer a wide range of housing choices in order to create a new community of ethnically and economically diverse residents.  Sust ain abili ty: Development has been planned in a way that promotes energy efficiency, reduced auto dependency, watershed protection and green space preservation. * All square footage and acreage is approximate. Subject to change without notice. Building layout and footprints also subject to change. For more information visit or Mueller Central at 4550 Mueller Blvd.