AUSTIN, Texas — There's more protective housing available for Austinites who are vulnerable to the coronavirus.
The Austin City Council approved the purchase and use of a Country Inn and Suites for those experiencing homelessness or unable to quarantine during the crisis.
The hotel is located at 7400 N Interstate 35 Frontage Road and was purchased for $8,755,00,0 including closing costs, according to the City agenda.
It's the City's fourth facility being dedicated for this purpose.
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