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The Domain’s Final Phase, Northside, Is Almost Here

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Much anticipation is following as the Domain Northside is nearing completion.

The final phase of the Domain, called Domain Northside, is set to have its grand opening in September – and the project is already close to 80 percent leased.

The final Domain phase will include a boutique hotel, a Nordstrom department store, and several high-end retailers, including a new Restoration Hardware concept and Austin favorites like Eliza Page and Second Bar + Kitchen.

Northside, which spans 43 acres, will also include 563 apartment units and office space. …Read Entire Post

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Three of Top 15 fastest growing U.S. cities located in Austin area

Texas cities are among the fastest growing in the nation according to the latest data released by the U.S. Census Bureau.  For the year ending July 1, 2013, seven of the top 15 fastest-growing cities in the U.S. are in Texas (cities included must have at least 50,000 residents).

Three of the Top 15 are located in Central Texas. San Marcos topped …Read Entire Post

As population booms, Williamson County works to bring in businesses

Austin continues to lead the region in creating jobs and luring new residents, but Williamson County and other Central Texas suburbs are catching up, becoming more than bedroom communities in Austin’s economic slipstream.

The number of jobs in Williamson County rose by 69 percent from 2000 to 2010, keeping pace with the county’s rapid population growth also 69 percentand far outpacing the state’s rate of job creation of about 10 percent, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. Another fast-growing county, Hays, saw a 56 percent increase in jobs and a population jump of about 61 percent.

Click to read entire article: As population booms, Williamson County works to bring in businesses (Austin American-Statesman, 1-4-13).

Appraisals to drop for most Williamson homeowners

As reported 4-21-2010, Statesman.com.

Two-thirds of Williamson County taxpayers should see lower values when notices for 2010 property appraisals are mailed next week, Chief Appraiser Alvin Lankford said Monday. New construction, however, should help the county’s overall property value to remain steady or increase slightly, he added. …Read Entire Post