Tag: affordability

Council To Decide on ADU Ordinance

After more than a year of city-wide conversations about accessory dwelling units (ADUs) – sometimes also called granny flats – City Council looks likely to […]

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New Neighborhood Group Brings More Voices to City Conversations

A new organization wants to redefine the way Austin’s neighborhoods participate in conversations about development, housing, and overall change within Austin. Friends of Austin Neighborhoods […]

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RECA: To Improve Affordability, Overhaul City Development Processes and Policies

In January of this year, the Real Estate Council of Austin (RECA) release a white paper on affordability in the city, calling for at least […]

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Council Challenges Commercial Tax Appraisals

The Austin City Council made waves in late May with its decision to formally challenge commercial property valuations with the Travis Central Appraisal District (TCAD). […]

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Bluebonnet Studios To Deliver Affordable Housing in South Austin

Work will soon start on a new Foundation Communities low-income residential building in South Austin. Bluebonnet Studios, which will take shape at 2301 S. Lamar […]

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Austin’s Affordability Issue

More city and business leaders are sounding the alarm on affordability as new data came out this week around that issue. The Austin Board of […]

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Adler: Big City with Big Challenges

Austin Mayor Steve Adler gave his first State of the City address last week – also the first State of the City Address since the new […]

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