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Remodeled 1940 house blocks from downtown
5 essential events, from water-coloring to feminist place-making
October home prices from Northwest Hills to Manchaca
A variety of vintage delights in East Cesar Chavez, Travis Heights, Hyde Park, Old West Austin, and Oak Hill
Available apartments, duplexes, and houses near Austin’s commuter rail line, north to south, and what they cost right now
From Downtown to Manchaca, condo to single-family, home prices per square foot
From Windsor Park to West Lake Hills, asking prices vary widely, depending on where you look
The East Austin piñata store that made national news when it was demolished in 2015 is back in business
A creative mix of materials distinguishes this redone 1960 house, on the market for $650K
Groundbreaking by major players Endeavor Real Estate Group, Columbus Realty Partners, and the Capital Metropolitan Transportation Authority makes things official
We didn’t have to stray too far from the central city to find homes for this week’s Curbed Comparison
This week’s leasing lowdown on Rosedale, West Lake Hills, East Cesar Chavez, North Burnet, and Bouldin Creek
Downtown will be alive with pleasurable activities (and lots of exclamation points) this weekend
The Native—which combines boutique hotel amenities and decor with the social experience of a hostel—opens Wednesday on East Fourth Street
In honor of May Day, let’s look forward to the weekend with these maps of roads to be closed for festivals and such
Single-family homes, apartments, and condos in Brentwood, East Cesar Chavez, South Lamar, Barton Hills, and in the north Lake Austin area fill the bill this week.
This beautifully restored 1915 home with gardens and backyard entertainment deck offers some a chance to buy a single-familly home in the burgeoning neighborhood.
A 1910 fixer-upper on commercial property fronting East Cesar Chavez street seems to be positioned as a teardown or at least a possible coffee shop.
After a long and often agonizing debate that went late into the night, the Austin City Council last Thursday approved a slightly amended version of changes to the Plaza Saltillo project proposed by developer Endeavor Real Estate.
Industrial loft created from a former warehouse in the 1980s has twice dropped its asking price $20K.
As proposed plan changes to the development on Austin’s Eastside moves toward a City Council vote, neighborhood opposition to the revisions continues to grow.
The paper of record examines what’s driving the the neighborhood’s long-running real estate boom.
A modified version of plan changes for the Eastside project received approval on first reading from the Austin City Council, but discussion will continue.
The East César Chavez neighborhood takes a stand against proposed zoning and affordability changes to the Plaza Saltillo development
Planning Commission approves changes requested by Endeavor, sends recommendation to City Council
We talk to a longtime resident about the ‘magical’ Austin neighborhood that won the Curbed Cup 2016 in our newest installment of The People’s Guide.
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The ins and outs of Plaza Saltillo, an 11-acre tract along the rail tracks just east of I-35 transformed into a mixed-used, transit-oriented development with a complex array of uses.
The range of home prices, high to low and per square foot, in a vibrant neighborhood adjacent to downtown.
Seeking affordability in East César Chavez, Curbed Cup 2016 champ.
After weeks of friendly competition (and strangely few upsets), on Austin neighborhood stands above all the rest—at least when it comes to winning the Curbed Cup 2016.
There will be no road closures, but police will escort the march through East Austin and downtown streets
An iconically eccentric convenience store on East Sixth Street is closing, but the owner doesn't want people to get mad at the landlord, and the new tenant wants to keep the vibe of the place alive.