Council moves toward halting some home demolitions

Austin City Council has given preliminary approval to a measure that city staff said would make it harder to build affordable homes

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Redevelopers wanted for high-profile downtown site

Today, the owners of the property announced they were soliciting mixed-use redevelopment proposals from qualified developers for the 18.9-acre South Congress Avenue site on the southern shore of Lady Bird Lake

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How an Austin developer overcame racist deed restrictions to create a thriving retail space

Renovating an ugly commercial building takes guts

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Here’s how much UT will pay for its Houston land

The price tag has been revealed for the University of Texas System’s previously announced 300 acres in southwest Houston.

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Higher rents in store: Retail real estate development drops as Austin population soars

Austin keeps growing but the retail market doesn’t appear to be keeping pace.

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Austin architects gain international acclaim with Gardner project

It’s been a particularly blissful holiday season for Austin-based Baldridge Architects, now that the firm’s work on Gardner, a new restaurant in an East Austin adaptive re-use development, was cited as one of the best interiors in the world by Architectural Record magazine.

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Hundreds of affordable houses, new commercial projects set for Southeast Austin

From the Austin Business Journal: Hundreds of new affordable housing options and more space for commercial projects are on the drawing board for Austin now that City Council has taken the final step to approve a new zoning designation for an undeveloped area of Southeast Austin. Sponsored by Called Pilot Knob, the site in question… ... Read more...

On the market: Windy Point Park and a whole lot of memories

A prime piece of Austin real estate is on the market — complete with colorful history, azure blue views and some of the best scuba diving access in these parts.

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Urban Land Institute reveals finalists for development awards

The Urban Land Institute’s Austin District Council is gearing up for its annual awards program with a list of contenders for three development awards and the announcement that the second Vision Award will be given to Alan Graham,

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Pedestrian mall, new buildings planned for area north of Capitol

A long-envisioned pedestrian mall — along with a pair of new office buildings — is being planned for the area immediately north of the Capitol.

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