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CREW San Antonio 2017 Board of Directors

CREW SAN ANTONIO ANNOUNCES 2017 BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Commercial Real Estate Women of San Antonio (CREW) today announces 11 women were appointed to the Board of Directors, which will be led by President Brandey Wimberley Orsag in 2017. Orsag and other members of the 2017 Board officially took office in January.

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Weitzman brings together brokerage, development services under one name

After more than 25 years of business, The Weitzman Group is starting the new year by testing the less-is-more theory by merging its brokerage and development services under one rebranded image. As of Jan. 4, The Weitzman Group and Cencor Realty Services — the company’s development and construction arm — are moving foward as simply Weitzman in an effort to streamline its two major services.

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Developers line up for chance to remake prime downtown Austin block

Eight companies or partnerships have submitted proposals to transform the downtown block where the county had hoped to build a new courthouse, one of Austin’s most high-profile infill opportunities because the site could conceivably hold the tallest building in town.

The site — just south of Republic Square Park and catty-corner from the W Austin Hotel — is currently a surface parking lot at 300 Guadalupe St. The 77,215-square-foot site is one of the few remaining vacant parcels in the Central Business Districts that’s available for significant development.

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Israeli, Alaskan investors enter Austin office market; here’s how much properties are selling for citywide

Earlier this week I wrote about New York-based Brickman re-entering the Austin market with its purchase of 823 Congress— an asset that garnered about $63 million, or $347 million per square foot.

While that’s a very healthy purchase price, it isn’t the most expensive office investment sale since the Seaholm Power Plant redevelopment downtown netted a whopping $131 million in September, or an estimated $630 per square foot.

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