May 24, 2023
Bridge at Turtle Creek and High Point Preserve both nominated for the Austin Business Journal’s Commercial Real Estate Awards

Journeyman Group team at the 2023 Commercial Real Estate Awards

Journeyman Group team at the 2023 Commercial Real Estate Awards

May 12, 2022
Bridge at Granada nominated for Austin Business Journal Commercial Real Estate Reward

October 19, 2021
Journeyman Group has been awarded the Preservation Award for Rehabilitation + Addition of Enfield Condos as part of Preservation Austin’s 2021 Preservation Merit Awards.
Journeyman Group has been awarded the Preservation Award for Rehabilitation + Addition of Enfield Condos as part of Preservation Austin’s 2021 Preservation Merit Awards.

Photo: Andrea Calo

AUSTIN, Texas (October 19, 2021) – For our 61st Annual Preservation Merit Awards, Preservation Austin is delighted to once again recognize ambitious and innovative approaches to preserving the city’s historic places. Our fourteen recipients embody a vision for preservation rooted in a shared sense of community and civic pride, from institutions investing in treasured historic places to grassroots neighborhood advocacy and community-centric educational programming.

Established in 1960, this juried program celebrates the hard work and visionary approaches of those preserving Austin’s architectural, cultural, and environmental heritage. “Our 2021 awards illustrate Austin’s diversity in so many ways,” says Lindsey Derrington, Preservation Austin’s Executive Director. “Projects draw from more than 100 years of history, across distinct architectural styles and building types. They honor multi-generational advocates celebrating heritage in all parts of the city, demonstrating the strength and depth of Austin’s preservation movement.”

From the Enfield Condo development showing how preservation and density can go hand in hand, to the meticulously restored 1841 French Legation, these projects put the possibilities of preservation on full display. The Special Recognition Awards honors the likes of ATX Barrio Archive and the Rogers-Washington-Holy Cross Neighborhood Association for their incredible public service and advocacy accomplishments.

Preservation Austin brings together professionals from the preservation, design, and nonprofit worlds to serve on its jury each year and to select exemplary projects with community impact. The 2021 Preservation Merits Awards Jury included:

  • Austin Lukes, Project Reviewer, Historic Tax Credits, Texas Historical Commission
  • Bridget Gayle Ground, Development Manager, AIA Austin & Austin Foundation for Architecture
  • Roxanne Evans, Co-chair, East Austin Coalition for Quality Education
  • Norma Yancey, Principal, Sidetracked Studio
  • Emily Reed, Historic Preservation Program Manager, Cox|McLain Environmental Consulting.

Recipients will be honored at our Preservation Merit Awards Celebration at Waterloo Greenway Conservancy’s historic Symphony Square on Thursday, December 2 from 6 pm to 8 pm. This cocktail reception is one of Preservation Austin’s largest fundraisers and helps sustain the nonprofit’s advocacy and educational programming.

Sponsorships for this event are available at Individual tickets will be available for purchase on November 1.

May 1, 2021
Journeyman Group named #1 Multifamily Developer in the Austin Area

May 26, 2020
Journeyman Group Pledges $300,000 to Help 2,000 Austin-Area Families During COVID-19 Crisis

Austin-based real estate development and construction firm Journeyman Group, announced today it will start taking applications to help local families who are suffering financial hardships during the pandemic. 

“Our hope with this program is that we can help families who may need immediate assistance to put food on the table and purchase other basic necessities,” said Sam Kumar, Journeyman Group President. “We’re able to make this substantial donation because we’ve been blessed to build new homes for thousands of people in and around Austin. We want to support our community during this really challenging time.” 

Up to 2,000 families will each receive a $150 check from Journeyman Group’s $300,000 fund.

“We are confident that brighter times are ahead for the Austin-metro citizens. Once the recipients of these funds are financially able, our hope is they will pay it forward with a donation to our friends at Lifeworks and Foundation Communities, so we may continue as a community to help those in need,” Kumar continued.

For more information on how to apply, visit All information submitted in the email application will remain confidential.  

Journeyman Group continues to monitor the COVID-19 pandemic and adjust company policies and procedures to meet CDC and local governmental recommendations and guidelines. Additional COVID-19 preventative measures include: 

  • Personal protective equipment worn by anyone on sites
  • Health screenings, temperature checks and other site restrictions
  • Increased cleaning and sanitation procedures
  • Social distancing throughout sites

January 22, 2020
Santa Clara Grand Opening