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"Sara Condo/Lindsay Hutchens" at Permanent Collection
One photographer considers the mother she had while another ponders the mother she thought she'd be
Arts Review  May 7, 2015, by Caitlin Greenwood
"...In the second show from the house-gallery Permanent Collection, artists Sara Condo and Lindsay Hutchens provide two outlooks on female identity and personal loss. Permanent Collection's mission is to bring together an artist from the Midwest (PC's founders relocated to Austin from Chicago) and one from Texas for each exhibition..."

Council Watch
The Gotham Cometh: Town Lake Condo Clears First Hurdle; Council Moves On to Water
News Column  October 8, 1999, by Jenny Staff Johnson
"...7). Spelman, who might have to answer for the Statesman's criticisms of the council when he runs for re-election last year, took this dig: In talking about the dense development surrounding the site of the planned Gotham condominiums on the south end of the Congress Avenue bridge, Spelman cited the nearby South Congress offices of the Statesman, which, he added, don't seem to be going anywhere -- though "every Sunday morning, I wish the American-Statesman would go away," he cracked...."

Naked City
News briefs from Austin, the region, and elsewhere
News Story  June 20, 2008
"...• Another test of council will concerning building heights in western Downtown: The zoning case for 800 West Ave., a 1.2-acre Shoal Creek-front site at the corner of Eighth Street, returned to council for a final vote at press time. Last fall, Cypress Real Estate Advisors sought an upgrade to Central Business District zoning to build a 250-foot condo tower, to be designed by Muñoz + Albin Architec­ture and Planning..."

TV Eye
In praise of TV that takes its time
Screens Column  April 1, 2011, by Belinda Acosta
"...The Rosie Larsen murder occurs as the movers are emptying Sarah's condo. Because she's approaching her final hours on the job, she is happy to pass the case on to the new guy, Detective Stephen Holder (Joel Kinnaman)..."

Public Notice: Planning for Affordability
Council tackles thorny zoning cases
News Column  September 22, 2016, by Nick Barbaro
"...• Item 72 would remove a 1979 restrictive covenant, limiting development on the site of the current Villas on Town Lake in the Rain­ey Street neighborhood to 30 units per acre. The land has since been rezoned from MF-3 to CBD, but the restrictive covenant remains, blocking reported plans to sell the property to Sutton Develop­ment, who plan to build two 48-story condo towers on the site...."

Top 9 Developing Stories
News Story  January 1, 2010, by Katherine Gregor
"...8) DOWNTOWN PERCOLATES Despite the recession, loads of people still patronize Downtown entertainment, dining, and drinking venues. Only about 400 under-construction condo units remain unsold..."

Naked City
News briefs from Austin, the region, and elsewhere
News Story  October 31, 2008
"...So as not to hamper a holistic consideration of the site, Council Member Sheryl Cole successfully sponsored a council resolution directing the city to participate in the Y's planning process. The West Austin Youth Association, which operates athletic fields on the surrounding parkland, will help kick around ideas (which won't include condos but could include a new water feature, spray playground, or outdoor pool)..."

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