The property operated as a nationally-popular urban graffiti lab from 2011 to 2018.
Construction work on Travis County ESD 2 Fire Station No. 5 is expected to complete at the end of February.
Construction on the development's commercial buildings is expected to finish this summer, with its townhomes projected for a fall completion.
Georgetown officials, residents working on a future land-use plan to help guide area development decisions
Georgetown’s 2030 future land-use plan, or FLUP, is being updated for the first time since 2008.
2020 is slated to be a year of major development for H-E-B in the South Austin area, with projects totaling $200 million.
Current plans for the development include space for retail, restaurants, office space, a hotel, a movie theater and up to 2,400 residential units.
The county received a AAA bond rating.
Pflugerville City Council approves nearly $1M contract for Typhoon Texas park modifications, intersection improvements
Typhoon Texas' park modifications and intersection improvements are expected to be complete prior to the park's reopening in May.
New Braunfels and NBU aim to preserve downtown buildings' historic character after sale and relocation
Sunset Valley will withhold between $200,000-$250,000 in payments for its new water quality pond.
Construction will move forward at several Dripping Springs ISD school sites, both new and existing, this year.
The development will include restaurant, retail and office space.
Cedar Park City Council plans at its Jan. 23 meeting to consider a Future Land Use Plan Amendment that could potentially lead to a 9.22-acre expansion of the Toyota of Cedar Park dealership.
Barton Springs Edwards Aquifer Conservation District will be plaintiff in Permian Highway Pipeline lawsuit
The organization was party to a letter of intent to sue filed in October.
The first of six phases is complete.
The project will include 322 residential units and 3,534 square feet of commercial space.
The Hilton Garden Inn will have about 150 rooms.
Construction began in mid-2019 on the Modera Domain apartments.
In addition to ongoing legal challenges to the Permian Highway Pipeline, there is an entirely new lawsuit on the horizon.
Continental Automotive Systems was offered a two-part economic incentive package.
A mixed-use development in South Austin has kicked off operations.
On Jan. 9, Round Rock City Council approved a rezoning request that could help clear the way for additional affordable housing options in the city.
Construction on the 4-story mixed-use development is slated to begin in summer 2020.
New entertainment and dining options, at least 700 jobs and millions of dollars in tax money are expected to flood into Round Rock this year with the opening of Kalahari Resorts & Conventions.
After more than 2,000 petition signatures, the board decided not to build the additional pickleball courts.