Development

Central Texas is projected to need 10,000 jobs annually to complete in-the-works capital improvement projects.
Daydream with us as we take a peek inside some of the best Downtown living has to offer.
Developers requested rezoning for a nearly 13-acre site near Q2 Stadium and the Domain, one of Austin’s hottest neighborhoods.
Dirty Martin’s Place and seven other businesses in the area will no longer be displaced, as Austin Transit Partnership reevaluates the location of upcoming light rail stations.
As Austin continues to grow, we’re keeping an eye on upcoming developments and recently opened businesses.
Crews broke ground on the new location for Korman Fine Jewelry, an Austin-based jeweler with 50 years in business.
We spoke with Arthur Furman and Annie-Laurie Grabiel from Side Angle Side about their approach to transforming the Hyde Park space.
Here we go, Austin — it’s time for some changes.
The project, in partnership with state regulators and Pattern Energy, could provide ERCOT with up to 3,000 megawatts of power in case of emergency.
Developed by Canadian hospitality group Northland Living, Luminary will also make room for retail and restaurant space along 14th and Guadalupe Streets.
We spent this year getting to know our city and its residents even better.
In partnership with Austin City Limits Music Festival, APF and the community selected a few parks around town to receive some TLC.
How has unemployment, housing inventory, and office space vacancy changed in the last year?
Trying to move neighborhoods? We looked at 13 different neighborhoods around Austin to compare cost of rent to the local average.
Austin City Council is currently considering a move to increase density on single-family lots in Austin.
Why Austin scored 100 out of 100 in the Human Rights Campaign’s Municipal Equality Index.
A new ranking lists the Capital City as the least “house rich” city in Texas — here’s what that means.
Arborists removed the 150-year-old tree this month due to a fungus and tree rot.
Catch up on city and county news from the past few weeks.
Tell us which empty building could be used differently.
A new report from the Austin Board of Realtors breaks down how housing shortages disproportionately affect certain Austinites.
We dug into the Urban Land Institute’s predictions for 2024 real estate — here’s how they could apply to Austin.
The 2nd Street District building — home to the W Austin and ACL Live — will be under construction until fall 2024, but will remain open throughout the process.
Between Project Connect and an expansion of Hwy. I-35, Austin is slated to see major mobility changes in the coming decade.
This year’s AIA Austin Homes Tour will feature nine homes, all new or newly renovated, from local architects.
We sat down for a Q+A with Dick Clark + Associates architects Mark Vornberg, Kim Power, and Kristopher White to talk about how they navigate designing architecture in Austin.
The train has been out of commission since 2019 and delayed re-opening for nearly four years, but the Zilker Eagle could come back this year
Say goodbye to the Frank Erwin Center — the former home to UT basketball will be torn down and replaced with a hospital in partnership with MD Anderson Cancer Center.
The expansive overhaul of Austin’s signature park will not be moving forward, the mayor announced Monday.
Using the Austin Board of Realtors’ Buy vs. Rent Index, we’re breaking down which housing option is more lucrative in the long run.
Good news for Austin.
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