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Karlin, Trammell Crow partner on $1 billion Austin mixed-use project, Austin Business Journal

Los Angeles-based investor Karlin Real Estate in collaboration with Trammel Crow broke ground on Parmer 3.2 in North Austin last week. The 1 billion dollar multi-use development is the beginning of a larger master-planned commercial project which plans to feature millions of square feet of commercial space including multi-family housing, retail, hospitality and office space.

Unlike the estimated 2 million square feet of luxury office space being built in Central Austin,

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east-austin-real-estateIt all started with the Mueller Airport redevelopment. East Austin was, for so long, seen as a no-go zone for redevelopment. People didn't believe that, in the middle of the city's poorest district, it would be possible to build a brand new neighborhood, where people actually wanted to live and work. But 10 years on Mueller is a triumph. The site, just 3 miles from downtown, successfully brings together the different components of the city—working, living and playing—into one community. The project is now beginning the third phase of the Town Center, which will include shopping and dining options and, rumor has it, movie theater. Construction is also expected to begin on several hundred more homes.

East Austin Real Estate Development

Now the effects

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It all starts at the top.

Managers make or break workplaces, says Alex Charfen, CEO of the Austin-based Charfen Institute. Talented leaders motivate, are approachable, offer opportunities for advancement and provide routine feedback. Not–so–skilled bosses often micromanage, rule by fear and spend most of the day locked in their offices, unavailable.

"Morale craters because people don't know what's going on, how to make things better, or what their role is," said Charfen, whose company provides business leadership coaching around the globe. "Human beings, by their nature, want to perform. They want to succeed. They want to be recognized."

Executives at many of the businesses highlighted in the American–Statesman's 2011 Top Workplaces of Greater

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