Archives for October 2015

Seaholm Intake redevelopment design receives initial approval

After a two-plus year public process to redesign the Seaholm Intake facility along Lady Bird Lake, a development team has been picked to carry out the project.

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Austin office space: Who’s looking and where?

About 30 percent of those shopping for office space in downtown Austin are in the professional services industry

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Miller-made New Signage for JEAcoustics!

Showing off JEA Acoustics’ new flexible display sign we printed to replace their aging outdoor sign. We can do the same for you!

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Big Red Dog helps reshape Austin’s development scene

Big Red Dog, an Austin-based engineering and consulting firm, got its start in 2009, when the U.S. was in the throes of the worst economic downturn since the Great Depression.

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Austin #1 for Development

A recently released report on “Emerging Trends in Real Estate” from the Urban Land Institute and PWC ranks Austin high for both development and overall prospects.

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Eat Here!

As we all know, our tasty town has seen an explosion in the number of restaurants and bars competing for both resident and visitor dollars in the last ten years. Just how many are there?

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October’s Featured Miller ISD Artist

Notes Diane, “I couldn’t wish for a more perfect life, music and art, all day, every day! How fun is that?

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Check out the new Violet Crown Trail!

The Hill Country Conservancy has opened the first segment of the new Violet Crown Trail, a six mile stretch from Zilker Park to Sunset Valley. As exciting as that is, it’s just the first part of what will be a 30 mile trail running all the way from Zilker to Hays County, the longest trail system of its kind in Central Texas!

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While other Texas cities lose construction jobs, Austin holds steady

While some Texas cities such as Fort Worth and Houston are among the 153 metro areas in the U.S. that have seen a drop in construction jobs in the past year, Austin’s construction industry has held its own.

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