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More stories about Austin-Round Rock, TX

  • The Natural

    The defining moment of Jennifer Daughtrey Hicks' career in affordable housing happened one summer when she lived on the corner of Haight and Ashbury streets in San Francisco.

  • At the Starting Line in Texas

    Two Texas developers are ready to get rolling on affordable housing projects for two different constituencies— rural residents and seniors— after receiving funding awards from the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs (TDHCA).

  • Leading the Way

    AUSTIN, TEXAS - If you can’t join ’em, beat ’em.

  • In the News

    Austin passes modest accessibility requirement for new houses; study finds pneumatic-nailer triggering has little effect on speed; builders fined for runoff; more

  • Multifamily Starts Up

    Apartment developers are taking the plunge.


    AUSTIN—Changes in the at-risk and U.S. Department of Agriculture Rural Development (RD) set-asides are some of the most notable changes proposed in the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs’ (TDHCA) 2008 draft qualified allocation plan (QAP), according to Robbye Meyer, director of...

  • Austin City Limits

    Austin’s booming economy is supporting a positive outlook for the multifamily market, even though there has been an uptick in vacancies through the first three quarters of 2007.

  • Texas is Tops for Luraline Sales

    Lighting manufacturer Luraline has announced its annual Sales Achievement Awards winners. Two out of three of the company's top-selling sales agencies for 2006 hail from Texas. The Lighting Alliance of Dallas, which covers a sales territory ranging from New Mexico to northern Texas and eastward to...

  • Little Jewel

    Even as the apartment market here softens, with property managers offering concessions and new construction slackening, out-of-state investors are beginning to discover Corpus Christi.

  • Houston’s Young Guns

    Trammell Crow Residential’s development team in Houston may be young, but they’re hungry.