Google Announces 4th Site in Austin

By |2021-03-29T01:00:21+00:00March 29th, 2021|Categories: Market Forecast, Uncategorized|

Further bolstering the red hot economy in Austin, Google has announced that they are investing $50 million in Texas office space and data center sites and specified constructing a 4th site in downtown Austin. The amazing sail-like building will be built on Lady Bird Lake and is expected to finish in 2023.  Read more

Austin Luxury Home Sells for City Record

By |2021-05-26T17:50:43+00:00March 26th, 2021|Categories: Market Forecast|

Designed by Austin-based Miró Rivera Architects, Willow Beach, a nearly nine-acre estate located on Lake Austin, was finally sold in an off-market deal. Although the listing agents Michele Turnquist and Kathryn Scarborough of Engel & Völkers Austin declined to give the final amount the property sold for, it was listed for $38.9 million, almost

Innovative 3D Printed Homes Available Now in Austin

By |2021-03-15T17:27:42+00:00March 15th, 2021|Categories: Value Add|

Austin-based ICON has partnered up with Kansas City developer 3Strands neighborhoods to build homes using 3D printing technology in Austin, one of the fastest growing metropolitan markets in the country. Jason Ballard, CEO of ICON, said that ICON prints the homes on site using a “proprietary extrudable concrete” which is spit out by their

Elon Musk Decides on Austin for New SpaceX Headquarters

By |2021-03-12T20:44:10+00:00March 11th, 2021|Categories: Market Forecast|

After recently being named the 2nd richest person in the world and moving to Austin himself, Tesla CEO Elon Musk has decided that Texas’s capital will be the headquarters of SpaceX, another company that he is the CEO of. Last year, he made the decision to build a $1 billion, 4 million-5 million-square-foot Tesla

Could Possible Long Term Effects of the Texas Snowstorm Disaster Influence Tech Companies Relocation Decisions?

By |2021-03-07T01:07:11+00:00March 7th, 2021|Categories: Market Forecast|

Texas has attracted widespread criticism of its handling of the snow storm crisis — both in terms of its lack of preparation and mismanagement; but will this deter tech companies and investors from considering Texas, specifically Austin, as a potential relocation destination? Experts say that all of the features that make the state, and

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