Our History

Over the past 30 years, Schlosser Development has grown from a small, 2 person operation to a robust, multi-faceted property developer and manager, with the skills, knowledge and talent to transform properties and revitalize communities nation-wide.  We are proud of our history, excited to share it with you, and eager to see what tomorrow will bring.


Schlosser Development is founded in Austin, Texas by brothers Bradley and Andy Schlosser.


Schlosser Development completes its first significant retail development, Highland Pavilion, in Austin, TX.


1993 – Schlosser Development hits 500,000 square feet of developed and owned real estate.


Schlosser Development turns its sights to urban mixed-use development with its assembly of a 12 Acre, four and a half block area, centered on the 6th and Lamar corner in downtown Austin.


Schlosser Development partners with Houston’s RockStep Capital to develop three major power centers in suburban Houston, surpassing 1M square feet in the process.


Schlosser Development continues its development of the Market District in the West side of downtown Austin with the completion of the Whole Foods Landmark Store and World Headquarters; SDC surpasses 2M square feet and solidifies its reputation as a respected, design-driven development firm by winning the Urban Vision Award from DANA for “Best Planned Development.”


Schlosser Development opens the LEED Certified 5th & Baylor mixed-use project, which serves as Homeaway’s Corporate Headquarters. SDC wins the BOMA “Office Building of the Year Award” for the WFM building. Schlosser is also awarded the Best Real Estate Overall award by the Austin Business Journal.


Schlosser Development expands its footprint both in and out of Texas through its development of properties in Lake Tahoe, Raleigh, Boise, Oklahoma City, and College Station.


Schlosser Development completes construction of and moves into its headquarters in the mixed-use 405 North Lamar building in the heart of the Market District.


Schlosser Development breaks ground on the Shoal Creek Walk mixed-use development, the largest single project SDC has undertaken to date, at a cost exceeding $100M.


Schlosser Development plans  to commence the redevelopment of The Colony at Southpark Mall with its joint venture partner Synco Properties. It will be a $500M mixed-use project that will include retail, office, residential, hotel, and entertainment.

Schlosser Development’s 220,000-square foot building, Shoal Creek Walk, opens with the audio tech company Cirrus Logic, Inc. as the primary tenant.  Central National Bank signs a ground-floor lease inside the building.  Other tenants include Ovation Partners, Virtus Real Estate and the Law Office of David Goodman.



Schlosser Development wins the bid to purchase the Austin Independent School District’s building for $36.5 million.



High-end Asian eatery, Qi, signs a 3,000- square foot lease on the ground floor of the Shoal Creek Walk office building at 835 W. Sixth St. 


Schlosser Development announces revised plans for the Austin school district’s former headquarters site just west of downtown Austin due to the coronavirus pandemic, which is called 1111 West Sixth, after its address.  Lead tenant McGinnis Lochridge will occupy 38,700 square feet of space in a south building that has been redesigned and is now under construction, instead of in a future north building planned for the site, which has been delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.


VeraBank, a community bank, signs a lease for 11,000 square feet at the 1111 W. Sixth building and then adds an additional 5,00 square feet of space to prepare for anticipated growth in the Austin metro area for a total of about 16,000 square feet of space. 


Publix Super Markets, Inc. has executed a lease for a 60,000 square foot store as part of The Colony’s 27 acre redevelopment site.  It will be located at the southwest corner of Sharon and Colony roads in Charlotte, NC.