See who else has signed for space inside downtown Austin’s Google tower

One of the newest recruiting firms in Austin has signed for space inside 500 West 2nd — the nearly-finished downtown high-rise where Google Inc. plans to establish a 200,000-square-foot regional hub.

Austin Fraser is taking 6,000 square feet, said Douglas Branham, people operations manager in Austin. The company opened an Austin office in 2015 at 901 W. Ninth St. but is in need of more room for a growing local workforce. Founded in 2007 and based in Reading, England, the company specializes in finding workers for IT, engineering and life science businesses.

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Lincoln Property, Goldman Sachs buy Austin’s 10th-largest office tower

Lincoln Property Co. in partnership with Goldman Sachs & Co. has purchased the Chase Tower in downtown Austin.

The 21-story office tower at 221 W. Sixth St. houses a wide variety of tenants, including JPMorgan Chase Bank and Stantec, formerly Bury engineering and design services. The Headliners Club — a private dining and events venue — occupies the top floor.

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CREW San Antonio Board of Directors 2017 - email

CREW San Antonio 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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