Tag: Hotels

$370M Fairmont Hotel Secures Financing; Set To Break Ground

The long-anticipated Austin Fairmont Hotel is officially a go. Developers Manchester Texas Financial Group (MTFG) have secured financial backing from Los Angeles-based Colony Capital, LLC. […]

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Republic Square Hotel and Residential Project Set To Break Ground?

Last July, BuildingATX reported that a mixed-use hotel and residential project project at 4th & Guadalupe was in the planning process.  Now, more details are […]

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Hotel Van Zandt Rises on Rainey (PHOTOS)

We checked in on construction progress at the Hotel Van Zandt project located at 605 Davis Street in the Rainey Street entertainment district. Check out the […]

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32-Story Hotel Tower Breaking Ground in December? (RENDERINGS)

Another hotel tower being planned by developers is set to change the downtown skyline.  According to a report in the Statesman, White Lodging is planning […]

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Downtown Growth Taking Off

It’s full steam ahead for development in Downtown Austin. Dirt has started turning on the Green Water Treatment Plant redevelopment, the Seaholm redevelopment is well […]

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Downtown Demolition Projects Near 5th & Brazos (PHOTOS)

As you know, downtown Austin is changing fast. You may have noticed some changes near the corner of 5th & Brazos during the past few […]

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Crane Watch: JW Marriott Tower Crane

The Austin skyline seems to be steadily gaining tower cranes lately as high-rise projects start construction, but it will lose one over the weekend. The […]

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Is Groundbreaking Imminent for the Fairmont Hotel?

We noticed that a fence was installed around the parking lot that will soon become the Fairmont Austin hotel. Does this mean that construction is […]

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10-Story Hotel Planned for 9th & Red River Moves Forward

The Hotel Boom in the CBD shows no signs of slowing down. In the works since 2013, the planned hotel at 805 Neches Street (9th […]

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Austin’s Hotel Boom

There was a time, not so long ago, when Austin’s business community worried that the city didn’t have enough hotel rooms and that convention traffic […]

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