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With summer travel season about to start, we've assembled a list of some of the best tours, sites and buildings for architecturally-minded travelers to add to their itinerary.
Chances are you’ll hear both the Republic of Texas Biker Rally and the Juneteenth Freedom Parade before you see them
You can enjoy the Austin Symphony’s spectacular show if you plan ahead. And here are a some more great places to see them if you don’t.
Original New Braunfels location is part of $261M deal with Ohio-based amusement company
A two-story brick house in North University’s Aldridge Place has original features and a big backyard
Masterfully executed Alterstudio design exhibits rich materials and subtle details
Leaders are still undecided about what to do with the valuable property surrounding Downtown building
Built in 1964, this classic home is both grand and restrained
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Endeavor’s 30-story Quincy expands district’s repertoire
Urbanspace to expand design showroom and open its first bar and coffee shop in the space
Austin is so cool (hot?), it has two summer marches in celebration of LGBTQIA-ness in all its forms and glory. The first one, QueerBomb, is Saturday.
Local nonprofit plans restoration for well-known historic house on Red River
Vision includes preservation of county-owned Palm School
How to get around when you’re on the ground
An updated house in Central East Austin’s Guadalupe neighborhood blends old and new
Central Austin home showcases sophisticated design by award-winning local architect