The Asian-American Cultural Center

Expansion News & Updates


11713 Jollyville Road – Austin, TX

Amy Won Mok, the owner of the Asian American Cultural Center would like to hear from our community!
E-Mail Amy (HERE) or Call Amy: (512) 336-5069

Quick Links & Documents:

  1. KEYE TV News Coverage (bottom of linked page).

  2. Slide presentation, Neighborhood Meeting (05-04-16).

  3. City of Austin: Jollyville Rd lane proposal from 5 down to 3 lanes.


The Asian American Cultural Center’s EXPANSION:

Amy and her investors from China, are proposing an expansion of the AACC located at 11713 Jollyville Road (located between Bell and Secrest).

OUR LAST MEETING, 6:30 PM on Wednesday May 4th:
1. Amy spoke and shared her vision with the neighborhood.
2. Gary Wang, from Wang Architects, gave a slide presentation of the building project.
3. Amy has 15 investors from China already in place and ready to move forward with this building venture.
4. Currently zoned LO for a 3 story building; however, for this venture to be “feesable” some zoning changes must first occur, such as the need for a 7 story building (80 feet tall) ( more details below).

Amy knows this will effect not only the Raintree Estates neighborhood, but the surrounding neighborhoods and entire community; and this is why she is looking for feedback from the community.


The Center’s tentative proposal to the community

Asian American Cultural Center

The PROPOSED Asian American Cultural Center

AACC: May 4th meeting recap


    1. Proposed 7 Story building

    2. 60′, 70′ & 80′ tall

    3. 100 Units/Apartments

    4. Commercial Retail Space

    5. Additional 2 story school
      (back of property)

    6. Above ground parking ramp

    7. 20% Affordable Housing
      (Subsidized/Low Income)

    8. Currently Zoned LO

    9. Seeking zoning change to GR-MU

    10. Traffic Studies?

    11. Drainage Questions?

    12. More about Amy Wong Mok (owner)


Newly Proposed Center/Rezoning Photos

JollyvilleRoad.Com is normally used for just the Raintree Estates neighborhood (meetings, news, etc.) and was purchased in 2010 by a resident of the neighborhood (Timo Xzavier). Because we feel the Center deserves more attention to the community, we are temporarily dedicating most of the site to help inform you of the Center’s progress.