A Brief History Of Austin By: Dane Smith | Dec 2nd 2007 – Austin used to be gathering spot for native tribes at the bend in the Colorado. The first Eurpoean settlers came to that bend in the 1830s, and the history of the settlement began. This article goes through the begins of the history of Austin. Tags: Christmas In Austin, Texas By: Dane Smith | Nov 28th 2007 – This article discusses some of the unique events that Austin, Texas holds during Christmas Tags: Austin Neighborhood: Pemberton Heights By: Dane Smith | Nov 27th 2007 – Pemberton Heights is one of the centrally located neighborhoods located in the central Austin real estate market. Tags: Hyde Park: An Austin Original By: Dane Smith | Nov 11th 2007 – This article discusses many of the positive attributes of the Hyde Park neighborhood in Austin, Texas. Tags: Austin By Numbers By: Dane Smith | Nov 7th 2007 – Austin, Texas is drawing people from both coasts and around the US. It’s not just the rolling hills and charming neighborhoods that are attracting the population growth. In this article, we talk numbers and facts that are making Austin an appealing place to call home. Tags: Spooky Austin By: Dane Smith | Oct 25th 2007 – Austin Texas always has a lot of different going on. But over Halloween Austin has a few more activities than usual. This article highlights a few of the most interesting ones. Tags: Austin’s Identity Crisis By: Escapeso Austin Real Estate | Sep 13th 2007 – Austin is facing many changes with numerous high rise condos breaking into the skyline. The changes are hard to swallow for such a local-minded city, and some Austinites are having a hard time giving in to the changes. But with the influx of new residents, we have to prepare for the new adventure and fondly reminisce abou … Tags: Using Craigslist To Sell Your Austin Real Estate By: Austin Appraiser | Aug 6th 2007 – I’m noticing many people, Realtors especially, place their entire Austin rental and transactions listings on Austin Craigslist under the real estate section. It’s free and at times effective, so there is no cause not to place listings on Austin Craigslist, along with photos. After doing this and observing from the searching … Tags: Austin Texas Real Estate Tops The Buyers’ Wish List! By: Alex Morgan | Jul 30th 2007 – Finding a house to call one’s own, with a wonderful plush of greenery and friendly neighboring towns, can be seen in the Austin Yellow Pages where a wide array of beautiful homes are offered by Austin Texas real estate establishments. The .mercial real estate in Austin Texas has numerous advertising claims to its name. Re … Tags: Lake Austin Neighborhood Guide: Lake Pointe By: Eric Bramlett | Jun 14th 2007 – As a gateway .munity to Texas Hill Country and Lake Travis, Lake Pointe is in an ideal location. Just 12 miles west of all the employers, entertainment, and cultural opportunities of downtown Austin, Lake Pointe is a carefully planned .munity that has just been built in the past 10 years or so. Developed near Highway 71 … Tags: Central Austin Neighborhood Profiles: Clarksville By: Eric Bramlett | Jun 14th 2007 – If you are looking for Austin real estate that at once has the vibrancy of the city’s downtown along with the exclusive feel of some of the city’s most prestigious addresses, you may want to consider Clarksville. Bordered by Enfield Road, MoPac, Lamar Boulevard, and West Sixth Street, Clarksville is considered one of Austin … Tags: Central Austin Neighborhood Profiles: Old Enfield By: Eric Bramlett | Jun 14th 2007 – Old Enfield is considered one of the older and more genteel neighborhoods in Austin, Texas. Just walk down the tree lined streets of this .munity and look at the beautiful colonial style historic houses in the area, and you’re sure to be taken back to an earlier time, before .puters and before Texas became famous for it … Tags: Zilker Metropolitan Park: An Oasis In Austin. By: Tymon Hytem | May 15th 2007 – Zilker Metropolitan Park has been named �"’˜Austin’s most loved park’; and it certainly does deserve this praise as it boasts a large variety of things to see and do throughout the year for the whole family. Located in the heart of Austin, there are so many activities and events held in the park throughout the year that … Tags: Austin Texas Neighborhood Profiles: Brentwood By: Eric Bramlett | May 6th 2007 – What is now known as the Brentwood neighborhood in Austin, Texas, was once just a pretty cotton farm. Then, in the late 1940s, the City of Austin annexed the farm, which was north of then city limits. The farm was next to Brentwood Elementary and the city used the land to establish the Brentwood neighborhood park and to ope … Tags: Austin Texas Neighborhood Profiles: Davenport Ranch By: Eric Bramlett | May 5th 2007 – Davenport Ranch is an exclusive Texas .munity located on the beautiful Westlake peninsula. Just west and south of Lake Austin and directly east of Loop 360, or Capital of Texas Highway, Davenport Ranch is very conveniently located. The .munity has expanded each year, especially since the construction of Loop 360 and the … Tags: Austin Texas Neighborhood Profiles: Westlake Hills By: Eric Bramlett | May 4th 2007 – Many home buyers first consider Westlake Hills for its prestigious educational district, but once buyers .e to the area to actually look at homes, they fall in love with this Texas town. That’s because Westlake Hills, located on MoPac (Loop 1) and Highway 360 (the Capital of Texas Highway), near Austin, is a Texas .muni … Tags: Austin Real Estate Neighborhood Profiles: Hyde Park By: Eric Bramlett | May 3rd 2007 – Today one of the most densely populated urban areas in Austin, the Hyde Park neighborhood actually got its start as a streetcar suburb known as Shadow Lawn. In 1891, Col. Monroe Martin Shipe developed the area, introducing a large artificial lake and building a home on the former horse track that had been used by the State … Tags: Tranquility In Austin: Visiting Town Lake. By: Tymon Hytem | Apr 15th 2007 – The place where the city meets nature is difficult to achieve in many places. However, downtown Austin has ac.plished just that in Town Lake. Located in downtown Austin along the Colorado River, it is the hidden treasure of Austin, Texas. There are a variety of things to do and places to visit in the heart of Austin. Tags: Evaluating The Different Options Available For Downtown Austin Condos By: Escapeso Austin Real Estate | Apr 13th 2007 – Downtown Austin is growing faster than ever. Well, maybe not ever, but more than in the last 14 years I have lived here. The city council and the .munity in gereral is pushing for growing the downtown into a live-work area with high density, shops downstairs, and living upstairs. The term is "multi-use" and it is prett … Tags: Austin: The City Of Museums By: Tymon Hytem | Apr 3rd 2007 – The City of Austin Texas is known for good ol southern hospitality and fun. It is definitely a place for all to visit. However, for those who yearn for a more sophisticated and educational vacation spot, the Texas state capitol has a remarkable number of museums to offer. You will be able to find information, exhibits an … Tags: South Austin Charm: Going, Going�"’¦gone? By: Nancy Drew | Apr 2nd 2007 – When I first moved to Austin in the early part of 2001, I was fortunate enough to find myself a place South of Town Lake, just up the hill from the Continental Club on South Congress, and I’ve been a South Austinite ever since. When Austin embraced the Keep Austin Weird�"’ slogan, they definitely had my side of town in … Tags: Get Free Fast Food Using An Austin Business Consultant By: Ben Jordan | Mar 29th 2007 – I want to share an interesting ad I saw in the paper the other day: Wealthy fast food addict in search of an Austin business consultant to guide him in the purchase of a fast food franchise so he can save money on burgers and fries. Okay! I didn’t really see that ad, but I know Texas busine … Tags: A Page From An Austin Sales Consultants’ Executive Bible By: Ben Jordan | Mar 29th 2007 – Any Austin sales consultant will tell you that you only get one shot to sell to an executive level decision maker. Furthermore, any Austin business coach you talk to will also tell you that lack of knowledge, preparation, or trying to sell something the executive cannot use or benefit from will ruin that p … Tags: South By Southwest Festival In Austin By: Nancy Drew | Mar 29th 2007 – Recently, the South by Southwest music, film, and interactive festival wrapped up after another successful year in Austin. Because it falls during spring break week, it has be.e my tradition to take a break from my teaching job to work for the festival at one of the music venues. It is always an interesting and enjoyable … Tags: Downtown Austin Real Estate Grows Up By: Nancy Drew | Mar 4th 2007 – A friend of mine joked the other day that Austin should adopt its own state bird, because I’ve never seen so many cranes in town.�"’ He was right; a look at Austin’s skyline includes at least ten to twelve behemoths towering over the city’s banks and office buildings like harbingers of change in the city we call home. D … Tags: The Lure Of Austin’s Lakes & Lake Living By: Nancy Drew | Mar 4th 2007 – This weekend, February 18, 2007, Austin’s Lake Travis hosted the $1 million Wal-Mart Forrest L. Wood Bass Fishing Tournament. The winner, pro Aaron Hastings of Middletown, MD, claimed the $125,000 prize with a final-round total of ten bass weighing 19 pounds, 9 ounces. Professional and amateur fishermen from all over the gl … Tags: Irish Dining In Austin – From Pub Grub To Dublin Lawyer By: Tymon Hytem | Feb 19th 2007 – One of the many things that make Austin an interesting city is that it has always been a melting pot of different cultures, and many of them are reflected in different ways from the architecture to the surprisingly wide array of restaurants available to the present day diner. Tags: Keeping Austin Weird�"’ – A Proud Legacy By: Tymon Hytem | Feb 16th 2007 – Keep Austin Weird.�"’ The unofficial slogan of the city has different interpretations to different residents, but most would agree that not being normal�"’ is one of the things we cherish about Austin. Ironically, what began with a grass roots movement to support the local businesses got trademarked by a marketing … Tags: Keeping Austin Weird Since 1839: Austin Travel Information By: Elyse Morgan | Jan 23rd 2007 – Austin may not have much in .mon with the rest of its Texan neighbors, but it certainly is right up to speed, if not in high speed, with the rest of the international .munity. Find yourself some cheap airfare to Austin and discover why most cars and t-shirts of Austinites proudly proclaim, Keep Austin Weird.�"’ Trav … Tags: 相关的主题文章: