Transportation

Cap Metro Launches More Frequent Service, New Round Rock Routes

Capital Metro has begun new bus service to Round Rock, and will increase the frequency of its existing MetroRapid lines. The three new Round Rock […]

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Can Austin Win Amazon?

It’s rare that so many professionals in Austin would be buzzing about a long-shot deal, but it’s also a rare kind of announcement that has […]

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Downtown Construction Update: September 2017 (PHOTOS)

One of the most popular features on BuildingATX is our periodic photo update featuring some of the major projects under construction in downtown Austin. There […]

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Greater Austin

Austin’s Autumn of Restaurants

Austin’s restaurant scene is set to expand this fall in an explosive way, with new openings popping up all over the city. North Central Austin […]

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Hotels

Austin Proper On Track For Late 2018 Completion

Nearly a year has passed since ground broke on Austin Proper, the 32-story hotel and condo tower in the city’s Second Street District, and officials […]

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Republic Square Park to Start Opening in Phases

Republic Square Park, which has been closed since June 2016 for a $5.8 million renovation, will partially reopen this fall. The Downtown Austin Alliance, with […]

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Could Colorado Street See a New Residential Tower?

A 44-story residential tower that’s being proposed for 300 Colorado Street got recent approval from Austin’s Design Commission. The project, if it moves forward, would […]

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Another New Office Building Planned for East Austin

An Austin developer is planning an office building near East Austin’s Plaza Saltillo. Cielo Property Group has purchased several residential parcels on the 1600 block […]

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West Ave. Extended as Library Opening Draws Nearer

A new road extension opened in downtown Austin the first week of August. West Avenue, which previously ran from Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and […]

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From Investors to Council, Efforts to Increase Affordable Housing

Austin saw the start of several initiatives aimed at increasing affordable housing in Central Texas during the first week of August. On Aug. 3 City […]

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