Mark your calendars for October 29 and join the Downtown Austin Alliance to hear from former NYC Transportation Commissioner and principal at Bloomberg Associates, Janette Sadik-Kahn.
As reported by Jan Buchholz in the Austin Business Journal, White Lodging Corp. is planning a formal groundbreaking on August 24th for a 32-story hotel at Congress Avenue and Seventh Street.
East Side King's fifth location is now open at 310 East Sixth Street. The popular Asian eatery from Paul Qui and Moto Utsunomiya is located inside The Four Horsemen bar.
As reported by Jan Buchholz in the Austin Business Journal, The Townsend bar and event venue is expanding to include a second floor space in their historic 718 Congress Avenue space.
Minor changes are coming to some Capital Metro bus routes beginning Sunday, August 23. The changes are designed to address school year demand and create a more efficient transit system.
At the August 17th Planning and Neighborhoods Committee of Council, Mayor Pro Tem Tovo proposed a resolution that, if passed by the full City Council, would direct the City Manager to analyze all density bonus programs in the city to determine whether to eliminate fee-in-lieu options and require
The Hyatt Regency Austin Downtown on the Lake is proud to announce the appointment of a new general manager, Michael Murphy.
Every year Ballet Austin organizes a day where you can let loose, dance, have fun, and get fit for free!
Austinites are invited to participate in two Design Workshop events to inform designers in planning for great public spaces in the South Central Waterfront (SCW) area of Lady Bird Lake.
Join Commute Solutions for their August 2015 Contest! Log your walk, bike, transit (bus and rail), carpool and/or vanpool trips this week for a chance to win one of three Kindles! The contest runs from August 17th through the 21st.
HAAM Benefit Day is a nationally recognized city-wide musical celebration that helps keep music in Austin alive and well. Austin businesses host musical performances all day on Tuesday, September 1st.
After years of community engagement and research to inform a new land development code for Austin, the CodeNEXT team is hard at work. CodeNEXT is the City of Austin's initiative to revise the Land Development Code, which determines
The City of Austin Cultural Arts Division of the Economic Development Department is proud to announce its 12th annual exhibition at Austin City Hall.
Work on the West 3rd Street reconstruction project, between Congress Avenue and Guadalupe Street has been substantially completed. On August 15th, the section will completely re-open as a two-way street, matching East 3rd Street between Congress and Trinity Street.
The City of Austin’s Transportation and Development Services Departments are implementing Rough Proportionality as the state-mandated way to verify that transportation improvements required of developers during the application process are appropriate and fair.
In 1888, the International & Great Northern (I&GN) Railroad built a railroad depot at the southwest corner of Congress Avenue and 3rd Street. In 1902, the Houston & Texas Central (H&TC) Railroad built their railroad depot at the northeast corner of Congress Avenue and 3rd Street.
As reported by Jan Buchholz in the Austin Business Journal, the Austin Central Public Library is looking for a restaurant and catering operator.
Broadway Bank, located at 506 Congress Avenue, and Austin Junior Forum will be hosting a school supply drive and business mixer on Wednesday, August 12 from 5:30-7:30 p.m.
As reported last week by the Austin Monitor, Austin Music People released its Biennial White Paper and Music City Report Card, which made extensive policy recommendations, and graded the city on everything from its Music Office to music tourism.