austin, texas.

Do a trip report here....go to another city and want to relate it to what KC is doing right or could do better? Give us a summary in here.
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TheLastGentleman wrote: Fri Apr 28, 2023 10:02 am A lot of American downtowns still haven't broken the stigma of being essentially treated like skyscraper office park financial districts for the last 50 years. As such, developers continue building structures that pretend no living person will ever walk past them, even as these districts get more residents and visitors
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Coby Lefkowitz is worth following. He has good insights into urbanism and architecture.

https://cobylefkowitz.com/

https://twitter.com/Cobylefko
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Austin's climate is relatively dry (compared to east Texas) but 42 straight days over 100 degrees may make some of the new residents and corporations wonder why the hell (pun intended) they moved there.

https://www.kxan.com/weather/weather-bl ... es-streak/
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Austin city council does away with parking minimums.
https://www.texastribune.org/2023/11/02 ... -shortage/
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