Embody Fitness opens boutique gym in North Central Austin
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Brandon Cardwell, the district's executive director of facilities and construction, said during the district's Oct. 21 board meeting that much work is still needed on the campus, but he is encouraged by the pace at which crews are operating.
The dining room will reopen just before Thanksgiving.
From 2018-20, the city only reached 12% of its 10-year goal to build thousands of new homes and rental units.
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Project Connect plans to explore above-, below-ground options for East Riverside/Pleasant Valley Transit Center
After hosting a community design workshop, the group overseeing Project Connect designs is moving forward with options for both an underground and above-ground station at the intersection.
The tool says that the proposal would create between 255 and 382 million additional vehicle miles traveled per year.
The process comes after county commissioners opted to pause all activities of the master plan over the summer.
Homes prices in the Central Austin area are up 15.5% from September 2020.
After the inaugural Williamson County Fair and Rodeo was postponed in 2020, county and fair officials said they are excited to kick off the agricultural celebration.
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The historic golf course's future remains unclear amid a city zoning process that could ease the land's redevelopment.
Additional relief for artists may be available in the coming months, while a broader review of the city's cultural funding opportunities continues.