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The Seaholm Waterfront project will see the redevelopment of the historic Seaholm Power Plant intake building, seen on the left, into a public venue. (Laura Figi)

Lady Bird Lake is getting a new project that will bring a new cafe, lake dock and concert venue along the water.

The Seaholm Waterfront project aims to revive a 3-acre space just south of the Seaholm Power Plant, including the historic 1950s Art Deco intake building, into a first-rate public amenity and event venue.

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Camp Mabry takes up 400 acres of land in Austin city limits that could be used to help the housing crisis some argue. (Leonardo Cognoscenti/CC)

If you've lived in Austin long enough to get stuck in rush-hour traffic on MoPac, you're probably familiar with Camp Mabry.

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A suite of massive mixed-use projects are underway across Austin—and will transform the city over the next two decades are they are completed in phases. (Endeavor)

Notice cranes in the Austin skyline or fenced-off city blocks with deep holes in the ground? The constant construction is building the Austin of tomorrow, including five major mixed-use developments that span the South shore of Lady Bird Lake to the northeast tech corridor and are due to be completed over the next two decades.

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Despite the pandemic, and uncertainty about the future of office work, new towers and other developments continue to spring up across Austin.

This year, some significant downtown projects, as well as major new projects from Tesla and Austin FC that are farther afield, will officially open. Here are eight to look out for:

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