MapMyFitness Seaholm to Keep Austin Weird - The Running GoodMapMyFitness Seaholm to Keep Austin Weird - The Running Goodhttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=39132014-06-16T10:46:00Z2014-06-16T06:14:00Z

AUSTIN - MapMyFitness, a growing fitness technology firm, has leased 35,000 sf at former Seaholm Power Plant spanning nearly eight acres on downtown Austin’s southwestern edge.

MapMyFitness will occupy the second floor of a two-story building under construction at the Seaholm site on West Cesar Chavez St. The bottom floor of that 66,000-sf building will be occupied by Trader Joe’s, which is due to open by the end of 2014.

MapMyFitness will leave its current, 7,700-sf space at 610 W. Fifth St. The company currently has 118 employees, 80 of which are based in Austin.

The new lease leaves 10,000 sf of space remaining in the low-rise building, which is scheduled to be ready for tenants in November 2014. The building is part of an estimated $133 million public-private project that is transforming Seaholm with new condominiums and office, restaurant and retail space.

Read more at the Austin American-Statesman.

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