These five skyscrapers are the current tallest in the Capital City’s skyline.
Austin’s portion of I-35 is one of the most dangerous roadways in the state.
Mentally, we’re decorating one of these dream homes.
We spoke with Peter Mullan, chief of architecture and urban design at Austin Transit Partnership, to fill us in on the next steps for Austin’s light rail system.
More art exhibits, artist residencies, and public spaces are en route to Austin’s green spaces.
After years of planning, the art museum is celebrating the grand opening of its new grounds this Saturday.
Being a “boomtown” is not a new status for ATX.
We spoke with Kirsten Cessna and Todd Runkle, co-managing directors of the architecture firm behind some of Austin’s most iconic buildings.
Here’s what that could mean for the fabric of the urban landscape.
Take a walk back in time with these old photos of Austin.
The Austin Transit Partnership unveiled five updated plans to replace the Blue and Orange Lines.
Do you have what it takes to create the most innovative affordable home?
The construction company is adding another project to to its roster.
Here’s what you need to know about the project in Central Austin.
Learn more about the airport’s upcoming expansions.
In a boomtown like Austin, maintaining history amid change is a delicate balance.
As Austin continues to grow, we’re keeping an eye on upcoming developments and recently opened businesses.
The Red Line is officially complete — where does everything else stand?
Mark Odom Studio designed six micro-home concepts for the neighborhood.
We’re digging into historical population growth trends in ATX.
From rooftop bars to an architectural behind the scenes, here are the stories our readers loved most this year.
Why Austin scored 100 out of 100 in the Human Rights Campaign’s Municipal Equality Index.
Expect new walking trails, added amenities, and a land bridge across Barton Springs Road.
More people were born and raised here than you’d think.
The skyline-changer will surpass the previously announced Waterline tower by 13 ft.
The company has started taking reservations for the 100-home development.
The area has cooled a bit, but it remains one of the most desirable areas in the US.
We’ve broken down the cost of living in Austin, TX, comparing it to other states and the US national average.
The ATXtoday team has been bringing you the positive, hyper-local news for a full year now — let’s celebrate.
Study finds that you’ll have to leave Texas for a Texas-sized property
Standing at 1,022 feet near the intersection of Waller Creek and Lady Bird Lake, a mixed-use high rise called Waterline is set to open in late 2026.
Good news for Austin.
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