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Austin Business Journal | January 15, 2013

The 2013 list of real estate development firms is the biggest compilation the Austin Business Journal has had in several years.

The list of 18 grew participation by one-third and still has room for more. The list, ranked by total square feet under development or delivered by the local division during 2011, encompasses all activity by the local office in and out of the Austin area.

Barshop & Oles ranked #4 in the 2013 list.

Austin Business Journal | January 10, 2013

During the next three to four months be moving into the Lakeline Market, a new neighborhood shopping center on the perimeter of Lakeline Mall in Northwest Austin. But Lakeline Market isn’t just another grocery-anchored retail center.

It’s one of the few significant retail developments that’s been built since the city enacted the Heritage Tree Ordinance three years ago.

Community Impact Newspaper | December 10, 2012

Officials with the City of Round Rock and the Austin-based developer Barshop & Oles confirmed plans Dec. 11 to build a new H-E-B in North Round Rock.

The grocery store would act as the anchor location for the University Commons Phase II development, said Milo Burdette, Barshop & Oles vice president for development.

“Pending all of the approval and permits we need, hopefully we can begin construction in early [2013],” Burdette said. “[H-E-B has] given us the authority to move forward and [they] hope to be open [in 2013].”

Austin Business Journal | July 14, 2011

One of Austin’s most active developers is in the early stages of turning 37 acres near Lakeline Mall into a shopping center. The property at the southwest corner of U.S. Highway 183 and South Lakeline Boulevard is under contract by Texas-based developer Barshop & Oles Co. Developers said they are close to submitting a formal design to the city of Austin, and they expect to close on the land in about four months.

Austin Business Journal | August 07, 2010

H.E. Butt Grocery Co. opened its second store in New Braunfels. The 88,000-square-foot grocery store will anchor the new WestPointe Village Shopping Center developed by Barshop & Oles Co. Once fully staffed, the HEB will employ more than 250 people. It will include a healthy living department with organic produce, as well as specialty cheese and wine departments and a tortilleria. The San Antonio-based grocer runs more than 300 locations in Texas and Mexico.