Apartments, condos, and houses a short walk from a fast bus, starting at $1,495 per month
Places where it’s easy to get around via foot, bicycle, or public transit
An art and architecture oasis in the middle of Austin
Hospitality goes big in the emerging UT-adjacent ‘campus district’
Which building projects had biggest impact in the last 10 years?
Art City Austin and the Longhorn Run are the events that will cause small road closures Saturday and Sunday
Dockless vehicles limited to different speeds depending on areas of campus
School enforces new dockless-vehicle rules as semester kicks into gear
Austin’s most prominent museum is set to be transformed by international design firm Snøhetta.
Penalties for parking dockless vehicles outside of designated areas include fines, impoundment
Swanky home in landmark Downtown building combines three units
Where to march, volunteer, and celebrate on this year’s holiday weekend
ACL Fest, Circuit of the Americas, and the University of Texas all made the cut
Street painting on the Drag evokes Texas sunset
UT campus facility to add 30,00 square feet of new meeting space, including a ballroom and grand mural
So how does the local campus measure up to other places of size? Take a look for yourself.
The school will likely build a space in a nearby parking lot for Longhorns basketball and other events.
Know what? You can still afford to live in Austin. You just have to know where to look.
Twelve traffic signals for bicycles will be installed around the Austin area as part of an experimental program conducted by the city and UT.
Everything you need to know about Monday’s holiday celebration of the great civil rights leaders birthday.
The city's 10 most geotagged places might not necessarily be our top picks in terms of must-see places or ways to experience the subtler sides of our city's landscape, but they are definitely proof that Austin is still a music city.
Tower, a documentary that looks at the terrible day in the summer of 1966 when a sniper killed 14 people and wounded several others, is on the Academy’s short list.
The rare celestial occurrence hasn’t happened in nearly 70 years and won’t occur again until 2034. Luckily, some people took photos of it.
The longtime head of the well-regarded University of Texas architecture school, Fritz Steiner, cited a new state law allowing concealed gun carrying on campus as a major factor in his resignation.