Interested in learning more about our homes at Copeland Court? We're holding an open house today until 4pm at 2013 Bluebonnet Ln. There are only a few homes still available, so come on by and check it out!

Austin Habitat for Humanity

In their recent Affordable Housing Survey, Habitat for Humanity discovered that a majority of Americans and Canadians find housing affordability to be both an important issue to tackle and a positive community benefit. Nine out of 10 Americans (91 percent) also report that owning a home has made them more responsible. What do you think?

Our framers are knocking it out of the park with our newest project in Zilker, a modern farmhouse duplex. These 20ft ceilings are going to be epic! Side B has already sold, but side A is still available. Visit 👉 for floor plan and more information.

Like all good Austinites, we have a deep appreciation of television and film; like all good home builders, we love a good color palette. #moviepalettemonday Pee-wee's Big Adventure (1985) dir. Tim Burton

Is 'Missing-Middle' Housing Still Missing From CodeNEXT?

Jake Wegmann, a professor of housing and real estate at the University of Texas, stood on the sidewalk in Mueller, a large mixed-use development on the

In part-two of KUT's series of on "missing-middle" housing and CodeNEXT, Scott Turner of Riverside Homes sheds some light on why "missing middle" housing is still missing from the recently released CodeNEXT draft.

What Is 'Missing-Middle' Housing?

Annette Naish used to work for FEMA, traveling across the U.S. responding to natural disasters. “I found out that in this country there are some of the

One of the goals of CodeNEXT (the new Austin initiative to revise the Land Development Code) is to make building missing-middle housing easier – to make it, well, less missing from Austin.

Commentary: Why Austin needs ‘missing middle’ housing for affordability

For those of us who care about housing affordability, it is a rare and welcome occasion when a large...

What is “missing middle” housing and why does it matter? Affordable housing advocates, Nicole Joslin and Jake Wegmann, discuss how missing middle housing relates to affordability and why CodeNEXT (Austin’s new zoning code) should allow for missing middle housing to be built in more parts of the city.

A Wacky Rock 'n' Roll Wonderland in the South Korean Countryside

A cluster of six avant-garde weekend homes commissioned by the bass guitarist of a Korean rock group, Rock It Suda is part rock 'n' roll fantasy, part nature retreat.

"Hoon, who is interested in three-dimensional architectural experiences and "action architecture," understands that for Korean city dwellers, weekend homes are places of fantasy and escape. With Rock It Suda, he’s created a bold, outlandish experience where things just get wackier and wackier. "

Austin's CodeNEXT put to the test; Major flaws revealed - Austin Business Journal

Architects and designers gathered on May 9 to simulate development possibilities under Austin's proposed land-use code — and they found it wanting. Mayor Adler: "If you take this out for a test drive, there are going to be rattles and things that need to be adjusted."

As you can see from the picture, Scott Turner is a little skeptical about CodeNEXT, but he's learning.

Customize this to-be-built modern home in Zilker Park – Turner Residential

Work with our acclaimed Austin designer and customize this to-be-built home in Copeland Court, one of 18 homes about a mile from Zilker Park. Built by award winning Riverside Homes featuring first floor master retreat, dramatic 20’ ceilings, oversized gameroom, 2 beds up each w/en suite bath, genero...

The next phase of Copeland Court is underway! We currently have a couple of homes available for pre-sale. Take a look at 2010 Goodrich 5A. 👇

Matthew Niemann Photography

Can't believe it's already been a week since the Modern Home Tour Austin! Check out our article to read about the whole experience and see some of my favorite snapshots from the homes I visited.

Thank you so much for featuring us on your lovely blog Matthew - great shots!

7 years' worth of Central Austin home demolitions on track to exceed numbers for the previous 30 | Community Impact Newspaper

Feb 27, 2017: Under the economic pressure of Austin’s rapid growth, the traditional housing stock in the city’s central neighborhoods is crumbling to bulldozers and wrec

Scott Turner recently spoke with Community Impact about central Austin home demolitions and urban infill construction, take a look at what he has to say. 👇