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Golf company from Bill Murray and his brothers lands East Austin lease

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“Cinderella story. Outta nowhere. A former greens keeper, now, about to become the Masters champion. It looks like a miracle!” – Carl Spackler (Bill Murray) – Caddyshack, 1980

William Murray Golf, the apparel company launched by the actor, comedian and writer Bill Murray and his six brothers, is taking up space in East Austin. JLL announced in late September the company secured a new 2,735-square-foot office lease in East Austin.

JLL Associate Spencer Holbert led the lease negotiations on behalf of the apparel group. ISO Commercial’s Tim Grondin and Dave van Heuven represented the landlord, Charla Wood.

“East Austin provides the right mix of fun and personality that the team at William Murray Golf value,” said Holbert. “The open layout and nearby amenities deliver a fun, creative work environment perfectly suited for this ‘Cinderella story, out of nowhere’ sports apparel company. It was an absolute pleasure working with them and we look forward to watching their company continue to grow.”

Through Q2 2018, the East Austin submarket has delivered the most, new office product to the market. According to JLL Research, 229,400 square feet of new office space has been completed year to date, driven by significant investor interest looking to capitalize on the submarket’s growing popularity.

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