Welcome to Slackerville, the South 1st enclave of quirky businesses, art studios and tiny homes first established in 1979, now destined to become a self-storage facility. You can blame rising property taxes, hungry real estate developers or the phases of the moon for its demise, but it doesn’t really matter — the deal is done, and […]
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About James Rambin
James is an Austin native, but tries not to brag about it. He writes primarily on new development, urban history, and design. Email him anything at firstname.lastname@example.org.