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Here are some data visualizations on development in Austin. 

1. New Non Residential Development in Austin - Non residential development includes offices, retail, schools, colleges, congregational spaces, civic institutions, public facilities, hospitals, manufacturing facilities, warehouses, hotels, and restaurants among other uses. Mixed use buildings are not included in this category because those space are included in the residential category.

2. New Residential Development in Austin - This series focuses on permits issued for the construction of new residential units. New residential development includes the construction of single family units, multifamily units, mixed use units, duplexes, triplexes, fourplexes, as well as accessory dwelling, garage apartment, and secondary apartment units. 

3. Demolitions in Austin - This series focuses on permits issued for demolitions of existing structures. Demolitions include both residential and nonresidential demolitions.

Tagged: Growth, growth and development, growth & development, Growth Watch, residential growth, Residential, residential development, Residential Units, Non Residential, nonresidential development, non residential growth, Demolitions, Austin, City of Austin

More Blog Posts

To download the spatial dataset for Subdivision cases which have been submitted for review with the City of Austin, click ...

Tagged: Subdivisions, Growth Watch, Development, City of Austin, Residential, Residential Units, Non Residential, Single Family, Multifamily, Commercial, Industrial, Retail, Civic

To download the spatial dataset for Site Plan cases which have been submitted for review with the City of Austin, click ...

Tagged: Non Residential, Residential, Residential Units, Growth, Development, Commercial, Single Family, Multifamily, Mixed Use, Industrial, Civic

Here is another guest post by City Demographer Ryan Robinson about multifamily development in Austin -

After another vibrant quarter of activity in Austin's multifamily pipeline there are...

Tagged: Growth, Growth Watch, Development, New Development, New Construction, Residential, Residential Units, Multifamily, Multifamily Report

Here is a guest post by City Demographer Ryan Robinson about multifamily development in Austin -

The first quarter of 2016 saw another monster wave of incoming product hit Austin's vibrant...

Tagged: Growth, Growth Watch, Multifamily Report, New Construction, New Development, Residential Units

Many blog readers find Emerging Projects data useful for their own work. In the past, I would email shapefiles, or upload feature datasets to the FTP, when requested to share the dataset. However...

Tagged: emerging projects, datasets, data, Development, Austin, City of Austin, Information

Here is the third post in the Multifamily Report series by City Demographer Ryan Robinson about multifamily development in Austin - 

Another big wave of incoming multifamily product hit the...

Tagged: Growth Watch, Multifamily, Multifamily Report, New Development, New Construction, Residential Units, Residential

Here is a guest post by City Demographer Ryan Robinson about multifamily development in Austin - 

A piece of direct evidence as to just how much momentum exists within Austin's amazing...

Tagged: Growth Watch, Multifamily, Multifamily Report, New Development, New Construction, Residential Units, Residential

There are many reasons why someone would want to look up development happening in the Austin. You might want to know what’s happening down the street, you might want to know why all the cranes...

Tagged: growth & development, Growth Watch, Growth, Development, emerging projects, Multifamily, Multifamily Report, Downtown, Austin, Trends, Information

About this blog

With a strong economy and a rapidly-growing urban area, Austin attracts considerable development interest. The Growth Watch blog focuses on development in Austin, both residential and non-residential. It will look at proposed projects and emerging trends as well as related studies and resources.

For questions or comments regarding this blog, please contact Surbhi Bakshi at 512-974-6459.

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