The Dell Seton Medical Center at the University of Texas

Please join us for a look at The Dell Seton Medical Center at the University of Texas. This 520,000 SF teaching hospital, together with the Dell Medical School, will transform the way healthcare is delivered in Central Texas.  Community Invitation: Help celebrate the opening of Dell Seton Medical Center, a teaching hospital built by Seton Healthcare Family. Preview the… ... Read more...

CodeNEXT is Here – Where Can I Learn More?

CodeNEXT is the City of Austin initiative to rewrite our complicated Land Development Code. The Land Development Code sets requirements for what, where, and how much can be built in Austin. It’s Austin’s first major zoning overhaul and it has many people asking questions. CSI (Construction Specifications Institute) and SMPS (Society of Marketing Professionals) have… ... Read more...

Massive surf park east of Austin hits legal snags over pool permit

The Commissioners Court last week authorized lawyers to sue the operators of NLand Surf Park.

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Find out where Austin’s economy is heading

Will the good times last?

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Booming Riverside Drive comes up short on retail

The rapidly gentrifying East Riverside Drive neighborhood has a significant drawback.

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Massive tract east of Austin on market for $250M

The property, known as Sandow Lakes Ranch, totals nearly 33,800 acres

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Huge airport mixed-use development slated for approval

A 390-acre mixed-use development near the airport with almost 2 million square feet of office space and hundreds of apartments planned

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Developer vows to move forward on Pflugerville mega-project; lawsuit pending

Pflugerville has backed out on an incentive agreement that was inked in January 2015.

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Four Seasons Austin hotel pricey part of blockbuster Blackstone deal

The Four Seasons Hotel Austin is being acquired by a Chinese firm for an estimated $359.7 million

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Austin school district to seek bids on 10 properties worth $95 million

The district could sell, lease, swap or repurpose the properties to generate one-time revenue or create other long-term plans for their use.

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