Tag: affordability

Seton CEO: Affordability Impacts Workers at All Wage Levels

At a recent Real Estate Council of Austin luncheon Jesus Garza, CEO of Seton Healthcare Family, outlined just how serious Austin’s affordability problem is: even […]

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Affordability Plan Shelved by Council

There’s wide recognition among Austin political and business leaders that affordability is one of the city’s Achilles heels – but there’s less consensus about how […]

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Austin’s Economic Growth Continues for 2017, But Affordability and Mobility Must be Addressed

AngelouEconomics’ annual economic forecast has become a fixture for the Austin business community, and this year economist Angelos Angelou had a fairly sunny outlook for […]

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Affordable Housing Community Under Construction In Mueller (PHOTOS)

A new affordable housing project is under construction in the master-planned Mueller development. Dubbed Aldrich51, the 4-story project will bring 240 apartments to the neighborhood, with […]

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Project Update: The Tyndall Rises In Red Hot East Austin

A new condominium project that has just broken ground in East Austin aims to provide less-than-sky high priced housing close to downtown. The Tyndall, a […]

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Austin Poised to be Fastest-Growing City in the U.S.

Anyone who has lived in Austin for more than a year has either experienced or heard an earful about the city’s growth. That Austin is […]

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Austin Orgs Urge City to Move Forward With CodeNEXT

CodeNEXT, the City of Austin’s initiative to revise the outdated Land Development Code, was identified as one of the top priorities in the Imagine Austin […]

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East Austin Development Geared at Creative Class Planned (RENDERINGS)

More dense development is coming to Austin’s East side. A 165,000 square foot office project geared toward creative class tenants is planned for Springdale Road. […]

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Poll: Austinites See Transportation As Big Challenge, Mayor As Big Asset

Austinites love their mayor, hate traffic, and are worried about housing, according to a poll commissioned by the Austin Monitor and sponsored by a number […]

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Council Reduces ADU Restrictions – What’s Next?

An ordinance that will make it easier to build accessory dwelling units (ADUs) passed City Council in late November, potentially paving the way for more […]

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