Is The Hill Shopping Center transforming into a mini version of Austin?

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Austin’s status as the hipster mecca of Texas remains unshaken, but some of its trendiest businesses are migrating north to the edge of our neighborhood.

In less than a year, three Austin-based businesses announced their plans to make The Hill Shopping Center their new home.

The eco-friendly home improvement store TreeHouse is opening its doors next month, and Tacodeli will start dishing up endless varieties of tacos in the fall. Hat Creek Burger hopes their family-friendly vibe attracts north Dallasites to its new location. Dallas native Drew Gressett established the food-truck-turned-fast-casual restaurant in 2008, CultureMap reported.

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(It’s worth noting Unleavened Kitchen and Luna Grill also are slated to open in the shopping center, although they weren’t born in the state capital.)

The existing, the coming-soon and the available spaces

There still are roughly two dozen vacancies at The Hill, so we’ll keep you updated as to what businesses snag the space.

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