In the upcoming decade, we’re looking at ever more, ever taller, ever larger buildings.
Where to find unique and beautiful things, vintage and new, including some major bargains
Superb redesign ups game for vintage Pemberton Heights house
The well-known saddlery was built in 1890 as a firehouse and was lavishly updated as a home and events space in 2016.
Built in 1960, the North Lamar office is brought back to vivid life.
The Loren at Lady Bird Lake promises a southern perspective on downtown
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Highlights include the Independent’s Jenga-like tower and its neighbor, the sustainably built, stunning new Central Library
The interiors of the new home feature an easy flow, dramatic slatted ceilings and dividers, and a nifty pendant fireplace that conjures some midcentury mojo.
The artfully remodeled home in Foster Heights seeks $349K.
Creative Media Center adds 38,500 square feet of development and production space
How to get around when you’re on the ground
The estate-like Tarrytown home is located in a miniforest just a short distance from downtown.
Planned development is concentrated within city limits, while larger markets look to suburbs
Something for everyone in the heart of Texas
Exclusive listing offers new build with traditional features and a pool for $1.65M
A-frame Prince of Peace Lutheran in South Austin was designed in 1955 and was one of the first churches of its style in Central Texas.