Next week, over 1500 architects, designers, planners, developers, and leading urban thinkers from across America will gather in Dallas–Fort Worth, TX for the 23rd annual Congress for the New Urbanism: Meeting the Demand for Walkable Places.
Mark your calendars for Wednesday, May 20 and join the Downtown Austin Alliance and City of Austin for Issues and Eggs. The focus of this session will be a Public Engagement Forum for the Congress Avenue Urban Design Initiative.
Date: Wednesday, May 20, 2015
Join us on May 7 to hear from Alex Krieger FAIA, an internationally renowned architect, urban designer, Harvard professor, writer, and a global expert on riverfront planning, on the principles for creating vibrant, beautiful, and welcoming waterfronts.
The People's Gallery at City Hall will hold extended gallery hours and talks by artists from the 2015 exhibition at Art After Six this Friday, April 24 from 6:00 to
As development continues in the Seaholm District, providing quality bicycle and pedestrian connections remains a priority for the City of Austin and the Seaholm District developers.
If you love western boots and leather flip-flops, you need to check out Austin’s new brand, Rickshaw Boots and Flops on 3rd and Congress.
As reported today by Michael Theis of the Austin Business Journal, the tallest residential building west of the Mississippi River may soon rise above Austin's skyline, as developers have laid out the specifics for a 685-foot, 58-story condominium tower downtown.
St. David's Episcopal Church, located at 301 E 8th Street, developed Austin’s first indoor/outdoor commuter bike storage and shower facility located downtown. Bike commuters can sign up to use their secure bike storage.
The next installment of the spring Movies in the Park series will feature 180 Degrees South, presented by Patagonia, on April 22 at 8 p.m. in Wooldridge Square.
After ten days of extended service to accommodate the estimated 70,000 in attendance for SXSW 2015, Capital Metro reported that it had record-breaking ridership on its buses and trains from March 13-22.
Capital Metro will host several events to collect feedback on proposed service changes designed to address school-year demand that would take effect in August if approved.
Last week, the Austin Police Department began a new initiative to step up enforcement of traffic rules downtown as part of a city initiative to ease congestion.
Art City Austin, taking place Saturday April 25th - Sunday April 26th, is celebrating its 65th year as our city’s iconic art fair.