October 1, 2019 | By: Ryan Poulos, Former RECA Director of Communications
At the 2019 RECA Exchange, major players in the Austin real estate space were inspired by thought-provoking insights and predictions from industry authorities and experts.
Read More About Land Use, Transportation, Technology, and More: the RECA Exchange 2019 Recap
April 12, 2019 | By: Lara Burns, Urbanspace
The average Austin resident is now more likely to prefer downtown living than a single-family home. Here's why.
Read More About Why People are Choosing Downtown Austin Living Over Traditional Single-Family Homes
July 2, 2018 | By: Kate Clark, Lionheart Places
University Neighborhood Overlays (UNO) are a tool that could potentially be utilized as a valuable resource four our community. RECA's 2018 LDC Class took a closer look at the pros and cons.
Read More About RECA LDC Class Releases White Paper on UNO
May 1, 2017 | By: Kevin Burns, Urbanspace
The City of Austin lacks a vision about how to define "affordability" and how affordability initiatives are measured and tracked.
Read More About Accountability Lacking in City’s Affordability Efforts
March 6, 2017 | By: Jeff Graves, Cushman & Wakefield
Operating expenses for Austin’s commercial office buildings hit an all-time high at the start of 2017 — a trend that will likely continue as property taxes mirror historic commercial property values.
Read More About Commercial Real Estate Expenses Continue to Increase
June 17, 2016 | By: Ward Tisdale, RECA President
It’s been four years since the road map for CodeNEXT was laid out in Imagine Austin, and we’re still without a draft of the code.
Read More About Time for the City to Move Forward with CodeNEXT
June 6, 2016 | By: A.J. Bingham, RECA Director of Government Affairs
RECA responds to the second CodeNEXT prescription paper on affordability.
Read More About RECA Response to Second CodeNEXT Prescription Paper
April 11, 2016 | By: Ryan Therrell, The Beck Group
There's a lot at stake in Austin's downtown concrete pouring debate and proposed regulations.
Read More About Concrete Pours Downtown: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
March 24, 2016 | By: Ward Tisdale, RECA President
The big mobility challenges we face require big solutions. We urge our city leaders to tap the resources and wide-range of expertise of our RECA members.
Read More About Austin Should Take Year of Mobility Seriously
March 10, 2016 | By: Ryan Poulos, Former RECA Director of Communications
Mayor Steve Adler spoke about affordability, traffic and the permitting process in front of more than 400 commercial real estate professionals.
Read More About RECAP: Austin Mayoral Town Hall Breakfast
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