The City of Austin has hired Hardy-Heck-Moore, Inc. to complete a historic resources survey for the area of East Austin roughly bound by IH-35 to the west, the Colorado River to the south, Pleasant Valley Road and the MetroRail line to the east, and Manor Road to the north. H-H-M, Inc.’s fieldwork concluded in the spring of 2016, which involved researching, documenting, and photographing buildings in order to create an inventory of structures within the survey area. Each identified resource was evaluated for eligibility for local landmark listing, historic district listing, and/or National Register listing. H-H-M, Inc. also completed a historic context report for East Austin and for the City of Austin as a whole to provide a framework for eligibility recommendations.

A complete hard copy of the survey, normally located at the One Texas Center, will be relocated to the Austin History Center. If you wish to view a print version of the survey, please visit the Austin History Center.

Please contact Andrew Rice, City of Austin Historic Preservation Office -  512-974-1686, email  for more information.

Para cualquier pregunta en español favor de llamar a la siguiente persona: Debbie Valero - 512-974-3531,  correo electrónico

Final Version East Austin Historic Resource Survey 10-25-16

Table of Contents
Volume I - Executive Summary, East Austin Historic Context, Evaluation Framework, Property Types, Recommended Local Landmarks & Historic Districts
Volume ll - Citywide Historic Context
Volume lll - KMZ files (Google Earth) of Survey Area, Street Address Inventory (Appendices A-B)
Volume lV - Recommended Eligible Local Landmarks and Recommended NRHP Eligible Resources by Street Address (Appendix C)
Volume V - Recommended Eligible Historic Districts and NRHP Historic District Forms, Photo Contact Sheets, Future Austin Survey Area Maps, Future Survey Prioritization Tables, Preservation Resources (Appendices D-H)