FRISCO – New office space is coming to Frisco, which has less than 5 percent of its current tenant space still available, according to city officials. more »
Regarded as one of the fastest growing counties in the U.S., Fort Bend County has seen its population almost double from 350,000 in 2000 to nearly 650,000 today. more »
Retail growth in the city of Magnolia is rising, as the city has a 92 percent retail occupancy rate within the city limits and plenty of undeveloped land allowing for future developments and growth more »
Clients of Ashley House, a Frisco real estate broker, don’t believe her when she tells them a homeowner might not accept an offer made above list price and only days after the house has gone on the market. more »
Almost 65 years ago, the state formally designated FM 1463 to run from US 90 to Flewellen, a community of about 50 people and one business, at FM 1093. more »
Twisted X Brewing Co. could have moved anywhere when it outgrew its Cedar Park home. more »
The Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority is about 16 percent complete as of Feb. 26 with its MoPac Improvement Project that will add one toll lane in each direction between Cesar Chavez Street and Parmer Lane. more »
Austin City Council approved economic incentive deals Feb. 20 with two companies that will bring 640 jobs to the city. This includes 470 jobs from Websense, which could relocate its headquarters to North Austin, and 170 jobs coming from Dropbox. more »
Short-term vacation rentals have become Austin’s most popular hotel alternative among not only travelers but also would-be bed-and-breakfast innkeepers. more »
Retail growth is following new mobility options as Cypress pushes farther west with the opening of the new Grand Parkway Segment E. New retail developments are in the works or planned for the Fry Road corridor south of Hwy. 290. more »
Around the State
A group of developers presented plans for a mixed-use planned development near the northwest corner of FM 2920 and FM 2978 to Tomball City Council at the meeting March 3.
Cedar Park City Council members on March 6 signed off on an updated plan to reduce the city’s water use and promote water-conservation programs.
As officials canvass the Primary Election results, Republican and Democratic candidates begin to plan for several upcoming local and statewide races in November.
Debora Flores's company was just one of the 50 businesses to have their websites juiced up and made ready for mobile and tablet use. The Buda Area Chamber of Commerce partnered with Duda, a Palo Alto–based company.
Noble Sandwiches Co. moved Feb. 28 into its new location on RM 620 that provides the restaurant with more interior seating and a larger kitchen. Shake Shack announces a location in The Domain.
Grapevine City Council unanimously approved a resolution to authorize the purchase of multimedia services that will offer live streaming coverage of City Council and Planning and Zoning Commission meetings in its meeting March 4.
The Austin Parks Foundation hosted its largest single-day cleanup effort to date March 1 with It’s My Park Day.
Georgetown schools are performing well by the more rigorous standards of the State of Texas Assessment of Academic Readiness, or STAAR, test, according to the 2012–13 Texas Academic Performance Report.
Get ready for the RVs and tailgating parties to invade Frisco—Jimmy Buffett is coming back to Frisco June 21. Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. March 7 for his new This One’s For You Tour 2014. Visit www.margaritaville.com for ticket information.
The Leander City Council on March 6 voted to move forward with marketing a nameless transit-oriented development district after hearing from M. Arthur Gensler Jr. & Associates Inc., an architecture, design, planning and consulting firm.