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  • Brewing Up the Best Beer in Texas
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    Austin’s Best Brew Pubs When National Beer Day came around on April 7 it got us talking about the impressive inventory of local brew pubs in Austin. For connoisseurs of this ancient elixir, there is often a robust debate on which is the best. Here’s a list we assembled for you add... Read more »
  • Austin’s Unexpected Moniker: Bat City
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    Fascinating Facts about Austin’s Most Curious Tourist Destination Thousands of bats emerge from under the Congress Ave. bridge at dusk as tourists and residents watch in awe. Since the early 1980s Austin has been known as a unique event for thousands of resident and tourists each year— the nightly emergence of the... Read more »
  • Wild about Wildflowers: A Guide to Austin’s Most Floral Scenic Beauty
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    Given the warm and rainy winter we’ve had this year, a booming wildflower season is in the forecast for Austin’s spring and summer. Tons of flowers have already begun to carpet the sides of our highways, but there are still even more to come. Here are a few of the... Read more »
  • Go Take a Hike!
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    Austin’s Best Places to Walk March 30th is Take a Walk Day and Austin has miles and miles of trails, streets and paths just waiting for you to explore. Here are just a few of the best places to get outside, clear your head and discover why Austin is one of... Read more »
  • Austin’s Giddy Limits
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    [The following article is published with permission from the author, S&P Global Market Intelligence.] By S&P Global Market Intelligence If an aspiring young techie is seeking San Francisco Bay Area-level employment prospects without the Bay Area-level cost of living, it is likely he or she is weighing moving to, or is already... Read more »
  • Austin’s Exciting, Ongoing Story
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    Estates Gazette, a leading commercial real estate magazine in the United Kingdom, has just released its Spring Global Investor Guide, and it features a big package on Austin. The story includes on-the-ground perspectives from Spencer Hayes, Managing Principal of Cushman & Wakefield’s Austin office: When I think of Austin, what quickly... Read more »
  • Leasing vs. Buying in Commercial Real Estate
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    The post Leasing vs. Buying in Commercial Real Estate appeared first on Cushman & Wakefield Blog.... Read more »
  • Austin Accolades: 22 Reasons Austin Is a Great Place to Work and Live
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    It’s no secret to those of us who live here that Austin is a gem of a city to call home but we’re not alone in this belief. Check out these 22 accolades from publications, experts and various organizations which all proclaim Austin is a stand-out among all U.S. cities: Best Place... Read more »
  • Hack Reactor’s Latest Move Demonstrates Draw of Austin’s Growing Tech Corridor
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    Software Engineer Bootcamp Partners with Cushman & Wakefield to Meet Challenges of Robust Growth The Hackalope is the unofficial mascot of the Austin Hack Reactor office.   Overview Hack Reactor, which offers immersive, 12-week coding bootcamps, started in 2013 as MakerSquare in Austin, Texas. At the time it was the first school of its kind... Read more »
  • Austin’s First Skyscraper Combines Historic Beauty with Modern Flair
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    After 88 Years Norwood Tower Continues to Attract Innovative Tenants Hailed as the most dazzling building in Austin since 1929, Norwood Tower was the city’s first skyscraper and some say resembles a classic fairy-tale castle. The dramatic façade of this elegant Gothic Revival office tower stuns the viewer with its eclectic... Read more »
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