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Austin Proper Residences

Private Residences Delivering 2019

The Austin Proper Residences are a limited collection of 99 residences and penthouses atop the Austin Proper Hotel in the heart of the vibrant 2nd Street District.

Mid-Century Modern Home

Design by MF Architecture

Brand New Custom, Mid-Century Modern Home designed by MF Architecture situated in the heart of 78704 minutes away Zilker Park, downtown, award-winning restaurants & retail.

Art Loft in the Heart of Downtown

NOT IN THE MLS

Inspired by a passion for art, this one-of-a-kind, super luxury loft was designed by award-winning firm Dick Clark + Associates. Stunning views of Downtown Austin, Lady Bird Lake & The Capitol.

Sophisticated Waterfront

2453 Westlake Drive

Lock and leave lifestyle just 10 minutes from downtown. After a complete renovation, this 2-story townhome blends all of the singular experiences and investment benefits of living on Lake Austin with ...

Hill Country Modern in Rob Roy on the Lake

600 Barrett Lane

Lake Flato inspired architecture aligns resort-style amenities with sustainable design, form, and function.

50+ Acre Ranch

Meticulously maintained ag-exempt estate

Offering the rare combination of proximity and privacy with the amenities of a turn-key luxury Hill Country home.

January 2016

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End of Year Texas Economic Review

Tuesday, January 5th, 2016 at 11:04am. 7,721 Views, 0 Comments.

To start the new year, here's a great economic forecast from our friend Mark Sprague, The State Director of Information Capital for Independence Title. This excerpt is specific to Austin; click here to read the entire article.

"...Austin is the last major Texas metro that we will address. Austin cannot continue to grow West due to geography, road infrastructure, and environmental concerns. Do we move east, north or south? Recruitment of new business and organic local growth will be the driver of our city’s economy for the foreseeable future.

Google and Apple have not even begun to hit stride in expansion. Other companies that are moving to or expanding in Austin are Dell /EMC, GMC, Hewlett Packard, the University of Texas medical school, and

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