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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Need a break from the SXSW madness?

For our friends NOT attending SXSW who want to escape from the crowds and the lines, here are a few restaurants outside of downtown to enjoy Austin’s great food

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Don’t panic: Here are 5 last-minute SXSW survival tips

For our friends attending SXSW events; so much great information and so many fun things to do, it can be overwhelming! A few tips

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Congratulations to Ali Khataw for receiving “Engineer of the Year” Award

The Texas Society of Professional Engineers (TSPE) Travis chapter has named Ali Khataw the recipient of its 2016 Engineer of Year award. Khataw, an accomplished entrepreneur, photographer and philanthropist was also a “featured artist” in August of 2015 on the Miller IDS website.

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Miller IDS’ Featured March Artist

Courtney wants her paintings to tell a story – and this painting beautifully tells a story about a nostalgic place encrusted with emotions and memories that mean so much to generations of Austinites.

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Local Companies Supporting one another

“Quick, friendly and local” are the words Hattie Lindsley of Austin Bouldering Project uses to explain why she uses Miller IDS for all the new business’ signage and printing needs.

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Bowling alley coming to downtown Austin

A new bowling alley is on tap for downtown Austin at the former Miller Blueprint building at 501 W. Sixth Street

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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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