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NY Times Article

by | August 15th, 2012

SQUARE FEET In Texas’s Capital, Construction on Many Corners Third and Brazos, a 277-unit apartment project, is part of the increase in residential and commercial development in Austin, Tex. By MATT HUDGINS Published: August 14, 2012 FACEBOOK TWITTER GOOGLE+ E-MAIL SHARE PRINT REPRINTS AUSTIN, Tex. — Amit Sudharshan, 28, dons shorts and flip flops to walk…Read the Rest of Article

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Downtown’s skyline poised for a remake

by | June 12th, 2012

By Shonda Novak Updated: 5:16 a.m. Tuesday, June 12, 2012 Published: 10:45 p.m. Monday, June 11, 2012 E-mail Print Share Larger Type Downtown Austin’s high-rise building boom is back. After a hiatus during the recession, the development pipeline is swelling with tower projects; some are under construction, some are set to start soon, and others are due to begin next year or later. If built…Read the Rest of Article

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Good Article from Culture Map Austin

by | February 29th, 2012

Maintaining a livable downtown Austin: Living, working and playing BY CODY LYON 02.28.12 | 02:00 pm Andrew Westmoreland lives downtown, high in the posh Austonian condo tower. He lived in suburban Austin for over five years before he and his girlfriend decided it was time to look elsewhere. “We were like a round peg trying to fit into a…Read the Rest of Article

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One week until the 2012 CCIM Symposium!

by | January 24th, 2012

6th Annual CCIM Central Texas Symposium WHERE: Sheraton Austin Hotel @ the Capitol WHEN: Tuesday, January 31st, 2012 TIME: 8:00am – 12:00pm 3 hours of MCE ~ Course #03-00-014-23754 ~ Provider #0498 “Downtown Austin Emerging Projects & Developments” Brought to you by: Interested in being listed as a supporter of the Symposium? Please visit our…Read the Rest of Article

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Seaholm District

by | October 14th, 2011

The Seaholm District is a former industrial section of southwest downtown Austin that is undergoing a transformation into a vibrant urban neighborhood. At the core of the district is the decommissioned Seaholm Power Plant which will be redeveloped into a landmark residential and retail destination. Planning is taking shape in the district including Austin’s new…Read the Rest of Article

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Lawsuit filed against Austin’s W Hotel for falling glass

by | June 28th, 2011

A lawsuit has been filed against the W Hotel in downtown Austin after two incidents of glass falling from the luxury high rise in the past month. On Monday, glass fell more than 30 stories onto the street below, damaging at least five cars. It’s was second time in as many weeks that glass from…Read the Rest of Article

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20% Down Payment coming?

by | June 24th, 2011

Daily Real Estate News  |  June 21, 2011  |   Share More Lawmakers Fight 20% Down Payment A proposed 20 percent down payment rule for qualified residential mortgages is too high, argues a growing group of lawmakers in the House of Representatives. Late last week, about 240 lawmakers in the House sent a second letter to federal regulators urging…Read the Rest of Article

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Austin condo sales up, price stable

by | May 9th, 2011

Austin Business Journal Date: Monday, May 9, 2011, 10:50am CDT Related: Residential Real Estate, Economic Snapshot Austin downtown condominium resales increased from $4.4 million last April to $10.2 million the same time this year, while the average price per foot sold was stable month to month, according to multiple listing data reported on The Downtown…Read the Rest of Article

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Austin adds 9,300 jobs in March. Unemployment falls to 6.8%

by | April 23rd, 2011

The Austin area jobless rate fell to 6.8 percent last month as the city added 9,300 jobs from February, the Texas Workforce Commission reported on Friday. Trade, transportation and utilities and leisure and hospitality were the biggest gainers month-to-month, with each sector swelling by 2,400 positions between February and March. Professional and business services also…Read the Rest of Article

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Urban Rail Update

by | April 4th, 2011

Please plan to participate in the public meetings scheduled in April regarding the City of Austin’s proposed Urban Rail line or submit written comments via the Austin Urban Rail web site or by mail to Urban Rail Project, Austin Transportation Department, P.O. Box 1088, Austin, TX 78767-1088. Comments submitted after the public meeting must be…Read the Rest of Article

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