Austin Real Estate Market is HOT!

Austin Real Estate Market is HOT!


New Hotel at HCG!

Following a very late night, City Council has approved a new hotel at the HCG! The hotel will be located along Bee Cave Parkway, behind Primrose School and Dicks Sporting goods- across from the apartment complex. The hotel will be 5-6 stories, the brand has not been confirmed but is believed to be “Sonesta.” This is good news for the 3 NYSE companies headquartered at the mall.


With the start of sxsw upon us- here is a fantastic inforgraphic on the event.  We are becoming more and more visual consumers and these infographs are a great way to capture an audience quickly.  Infographs present information in a highly organized way- great for fast consumption.    Lots of information can be shared quickly to a variety of audience types through the use of this communication medium.  Thanks Rock Sauce Studios for the great piece! 


In response to rumors that Covert cars were no longer being displayed at the Hill Country Galleria, we reached out to owner’s representative Adrian Overstreet. He told us that “as with all of our tenants, we honored our lease with Covert Cadillac and it has now expired persuant to its terms”. The Galleria came under much criticism for the displayed vehicles – from the dealership group that is developing on Highway 71 amid huge public outcry.


After years of no elections this year sees six candidates for three seats for Bee Cave City Council:

  • Michelle Bliss
  • Bill Goodwin (incumbent)
  • Kara King
  • Paul Kline
  • Jack McCool (incumbent)
  • Chad Willbanks

Write ins have a few more weeks to stand.

Farmers Market!

Lone Star Farmer’s Market makes its debut in Bee Cave this Sunday (March 3rd) near Lowes in the Shops at the Galleria. Moving from Lakeway Commons, the market will feature all the usual vendors every Sunday from 10 am until 2 pm. This Sunday, there will also be live music from local favorite JoAnna Lee Sousa.

Home Rule Charter for Bee Cave

Bee Cave just established a commission for a home rule charter.  Area growth has highlighted the need to put in place a home rule charter.  Voting on this charter will take place during the next election cycle.  The Home Rule Charter Commission approved the draft City Charter (HERE) on Monday evening and the Council unanimously accepted it last night. Next step is placing it on the ballot in May for voter approval.