Read More Austin makes Forbes' 'Best Cities For Good Jobs' list Texas cities — including Austin — hold half the spots on Forbes' "Best Cities for Good Jobs" list. 3 spot, with a five-year expected annual job-growth rate of 3.2 percent, per capita income of $35,222 and 5.2 percent unemployment.

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Real estate firm buys former Cypress Semiconductor campus in Round Rock, plans mixed-use development Real estate firm buys former Cypress Semiconductor campus in Round Rock, plans mixed-use development Cap Ridge Partners Announces Recent Acquisitions and Sales of Major Commercial Properties in Austin, Houston and Dallas Cap Ridge Partners Announces Recent Acquisitions and Sales of Major Commercial Properties in Austin, Houston and Dallas Green Mountain Energy Company Headquarters Becomes First Commercial Interior in Austin, TX to Earn LEED® Platinum Certification Green Mountain Energy Company Headquarters Becomes First Commercial Interior in Austin, TX to Earn LEED® Platinum Certification Rumor is that Austin is next city to recieve Google Fiber Austin is definitely maybe getting Google Fiber.

A big, fat "oopsies" coupled with a press release inviting media and city officials to a Tuesday morning press conference all but confirm that Austin is the first city behind Kansas City, Kansas (read: the second city in the world) to receive Google Fiber.

Read More Austin named friendliest city for small business Texas markets are some of the country’s top-10 friendliest cities for small businesses, a business-owner survey found, which named Austin as leader of the pack.

Read More Officials hope to foster biotech hub near medical school Now, with planning for the medical school and a new teaching hospital advancing, city officials, university officials and others told the American-Statesman on Monday that they hope to foster development of a biotech hub near the southern edge of campus.

Read More Businesses’ Growth Boosts Office Occupancy With companies such as Apple Inc., Dell Inc., National Instruments Corp., Samsung and Visa Inc.

expanding offices or building new facilities, commercial real estate in the Northwest Austin area is booming. in job creation, survey shows The construction industry in Texas continues to show its mettle, according to an analysis by Arlington, Va.-based Associated General Contractors of America.Read More Wanted: buyer for downtown Austin block with W Hotel, ACL venue A high-profile downtown block that is home to the W Austin Hotel and the ACL Live concert venue, along with shops, restaurants and offices, is on the market. Penney store at Highland Mall, located at 6001 Airport Blvd. Read More Signs indicate Austin’s historical Driskill Hotel changing hands The historical Driskill Hotel in downtown Austin appears to be changing hands to Hyatt, although the buyer and seller are not confirming a sale.Read More ACC's Highland Mall campus ground breaking scheduled for March 27 Austin Community College plans to host a ground breaking ceremony for its ACC Highland renovation at 10 a.m. Read More Texas Leads Country in Business Relocations and Expansions Texas landed 761 business relocation or expansion projects last year, 270 more than the next closest state, according to an announcement Monday by Site Selection magazine.The young company, which has been beta testing a service that digitizes the contents of physical mailboxes, reached Austin mailboxes last year, as reported by the Austin Business Journal.Read More Trader Joe’s planning store in Rollingwood Central Texans might not have to wait until 2014 to shop at Trader Joe’s after all.While a location at the Seaholm development in downtown Austin is still more than a year away, the specialty grocer appears poised to make its Central Texas debut much sooner with a location in Rollingwood that could open by summer, a city official said.