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Exciting new music venue plans + more!

Bee Cave planners have officially approved the plans for the $250 million dollar redevelopment of The Backyard music venue. If Bee Cave City Council approves (set for Dec. 9), then development will begin in the 2Q of 2015 and should be completed by mid 2017. IDM, International Development Management, are the main developers for the over all project. What can we except?
-3 film & recording sound stages
-2 outdoor music venues
-hotel
-condos
-office buildings/office space

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Thinking of selling your home?

Lots of first time sellers don’t even know where to begin when they want to put their house on the market. Do I use an agent? Do I do this on my own? Can I do this on my own? If you or someone you know if interested in selling, this is a great article to read over: Read it Here!

Most “Austintatious” Contest Results

Big congratulations to Amy’s Ice Creams for being the overall winner of the Austin Business Journal’s Austintatious Business Contest! If you’re close to an Amy’s between 3-7 pm today, stop by for some free ice cream. They are celebrating their 30th anniversary this month and will be sharing their excitement at all 13 stores.

Universal Recycling Ordinance

By October 1, 2017 all commerical properties will be required to provide recycling services to tenants and employees.

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Austin bus transportation expansion

Since the urban rail proposal was shot down, Austin City Councilman Mike Martinez says that it’s time to focus on expanding our MetroRapid service. Expansion could include 6 new routes along Austin’s main corridor costing $150-180 million. The route that Martinez has in mind is from downtown Austin to the airport. Expanding and marketing the bus system has great potential to help out Austin and its awful traffic. Stay tuned for future updates!