Financier withdraws proposal for Palm School property amid city and county negotiations
Partnership offers multimodal transportation made seamless, in theory
Central Austin detours are part of $124.2 million flyover and bridge projects for highway traffic. But there’s a pedestrian and bike bridge at the end of one of them.
Remodeled vintage home with recent addition retains 1930s charm and features
Episode 6 of Nice Try! visits the Arizona research facility that began as an experimental space colony and ended as a lesson on hubris and human nature.
Parks department approves 3,700-acre overhaul, including improvements to the lake and Travis County Expo Center
Two-story stucco remodeled in traditional style
Danze Blood design for T3 facility, named one of top 10 in U.S., has a green roof, rainwater collection, and trellises for cascading vines
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A vacation property in popular East Cesar Chavez has two houses and loads of possibilities
A Barton Hills home designed by A.D. Stenger has a large yard and lots of original flair
Distinctive waterfront home has gorgeous views, a private boat dock, and lots of style
The Eastside’s newest boutique hotel riffs on its warehouse roots and incorporates work by local artists
Ford launches City: One Challenge to solicit transportation solution ideas from locals
Exclusive Dripping Springs listing features goats, green living, and great design on six-plus acres
How to get around when you’re on the ground
City Council also decriminalizes public sitting, lying down, sleeping, and solicitation, with some restrictions
Council votes to fix the 1986 "mistake on the lake" that extended exemptions to 400 properties.
Updated 1959 modern by designer who helped kick-start downtown revival
Council directs shared streets pilot to look at restricting motorized-vehicle access on some nights
The Keith House, built in 1933 in a mix of Colonial Revival and Monterey styles, is a perfect specimen of landmarked Old West Austin