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Old 04-22-2011, 10:21 AM
 
Location: 78747
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Significant growth is returning to Austin:

http://impactnews.com/southwest-austin/144-news/12357-city-residential-development-surges-on-south-i-35-corridor (broken link)

This is positive news as it illustrates how well Austin is progressing with it's Smart Growth initiative. I say it's positive, as the southern metro truly needs a substantial commercial hub to become more sustainable, and the give choices to all those living south of the river. The next steps are to bring in mass-transit options and large employers.

http://impactnews.com/images/stories/SWA/2011/04/01-map.jpg (broken link)

Last edited by jobert; 04-22-2011 at 10:43 AM..
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