One of many great reasons to live in Austin is the convenience of having a highly centralized downtown region. Read more to find out why it’s perfect for car-sharing apps!
The Brookings Institution recently found the capital of Texas to be the country’s most popular destination for the 25-34 demographic. That said, what do those that visit like to do here?
According to new research from William Frey at the Brookings Institution, 2010 was a record-slow year for interstate migration, or migration from one state to another… everywhere except Austin.
>According to Angelos Angelou, local Austin economist, the Austin economy is expected to gain more jobs in 2011 and 2012 and stabilize back to pre-recession growth trends.
The expansion of Downtown residential towers is not only changing the Austin skyline, but it’s changing more and more areas to no-music zones and is quickly relinquishing Austin’s coined slogan as the “Live Music Capital of the World.”