Austin Development News
A state executive order superseded Austin’s ban on most construction. Now, as industry leaders dig in, fears percolate about how the order may affect COVID-19’s spread.
Pairing cutting-edge tech with social good could have worldwide implications
Local group Rastegar announces intentions for its new acquisitions, including mixed-use and residential redevelopment.
The Centro development will occupy two Eastside blocks near Saltillo.
There are plenty of great reasons people flock to planned communities.
Conservancy partners with promoter to bring park’s music space "back to life"
The city hopes to address density and affordability with a new development code
Big projects spread across the city as a new decade takes shape
The Troubadour will occupy long-vacant land in the central city.
Here’s what the 28-story building headed for 17th and Guadalupe will look like.
Which building projects had biggest impact in the last 10 years?
New renderings of the central-city luxury hotel, set to open in spring 2020
Built in 1960, the North Lamar office is brought back to vivid life.
The Loren at Lady Bird Lake promises a southern perspective on downtown
Highlights include the Independent’s Jenga-like tower and its neighbor, the sustainably built, stunning new Central Library
Creative Media Center adds 38,500 square feet of development and production space
Planned development is concentrated within city limits, while larger markets look to suburbs
A-frame Prince of Peace Lutheran in South Austin was designed in 1955 and was one of the first churches of its style in Central Texas.
Convention Center expansion, a new MLS stadium, and an Expo Center update were the real issues underlying hotel tax votes.
The city landmark commission approved a bold plan for a tall, contemporary addition to the Beaux Arts Freemasons building.
The long-closed but legendary live-music club and restaurant will be replaced by a four-story, mixed-use building
A developer has bought the site of the old eclectic retail center and other sites in the shadow of downtown.
Quarters wants to open a 120-bed facility in 2021. The company says it sees opportunity in Austin’s "incredible culture of innovation."
After years of delays, the new 24-story tower has set a fall opening date. Or a month, at least.
Metro expected to add 10,783 units across the area this year
Project connects 35 acres of downtown Austin parkland with legacy and community in mind
World Class purchased eye-popping amounts of commercial property in past decade