Trader Joe’s, H&M, In-N-Out coming to Austin

Posted on Aug 17, 2012 in Uncategorized | 5 Comments
That’s right people, there’s no reason to live elsewhere anymore.

Trader Joe’s is going in the Seaholm development in downtown, H&M is going in the Domain (North Austin), and In-N-Out is going in around IKEA (way north Austin, in Round Rock).   Pick your neighborhoods accordingly!

I personally don’t care for burgers and I can live without Trader Joe’s, but I let out a huge squeal when I found out about H&M.  Holla!

5 Comments

  1. wes
    August 25, 2012

    Trader Joe’s is something we definitely miss from NYC, though the location they have chosen will be accessible mostly to those downtowners. I’ve been burned by the “huge demand not enough parking/access” situation with TJ’s. H&M was mostly miss instead of hit for me. Good, inexpensive basics though. In n’ Out is only stuff of legend for me, so I’m a bit excited to try it a couple times, though we have some great burger choices already here….Whataburger, holla! 😉

  2. Den Spitzhacke (GSB)
    September 16, 2012

    I have been on the fence (not really, this place is mecca for white, 32 year old, techy/artsy/entrepreneurs) if I should move the family to Austin. This makes the decision much easier. Whole Foods, IKEA, TJ, In-N-Out, and Whataburger? Are there unicorns prancing in the street too?

  3. Move to Austin
    September 17, 2012

    Oh we’ve got unicorns. We just try to keep that part a secret.

  4. Pamela Walker
    December 1, 2012

    How to find the best realtor in Austin? In case we plan to travel Austin, what places can we watch out for? I would like to know the cost for rentals in Austin. Is it cheap or expensive?

  5. Move To Austin
    December 1, 2012

    I have a link at the top of this blog and the rest of my website for my realtor rec. I would check them out. The cost of rentals in Austin is a broad subject. Please take a look around the website for all of the information about rentals, I’m sure you’ll find what you need. You can search per neighborhood, or read my blog posts on real estate and renting (see tags)