AUSTIN: Flash Demo at Developer’s House Breaks Windows, Security Cameras

Video Still: Protesters on the front porch of developer Gian Michael Piano’s home in Central Austin By Jakob Stein On Tuesday night, a group of community members and activists conducted a flash demonstration at the home of Gian Michael Piano, a manager with Presidium Group, the developer seeking to build the massive ‘Domain on Riverside’ luxury project in East Austin. The group of masked protesters … Continue reading AUSTIN: Flash Demo at Developer’s House Breaks Windows, Security Cameras

AUSTIN: Graffiti Targets “Domain On Riverside” Developer’s House

By Mike Talavera Incendiary received the following pictures from Austin, Texas of graffiti reading, “No Domain on Riverside” at the vandalized house of Gian Michael Piano, a developer with Presidium Group, the main company behind the notorious “Domain on Riverside” gentrifying project in southeast Austin which was approved by city council last October. Resistance against the project, which has yet to begin construction, has distinguished … Continue reading AUSTIN: Graffiti Targets “Domain On Riverside” Developer’s House

AUSTIN: Council Members Confronted Across City Following Approval of Domain On Riverside

Photo: Austin Monitor’s Trivia Night with council members, on left, being confronted by activists. Editors Note: This article has been amended to better represent events that occurred at Austin Monitor trivia night, including a militant confrontation between a community member and Council Member Pio Renteria. By Robert Madrone, with contributions from Serena Ayers This week, anti-gentrification activists and community members confronted Austin City Council members … Continue reading AUSTIN: Council Members Confronted Across City Following Approval of Domain On Riverside

AUSTIN: Protestas Desafían la Aprobación del Domain en Riverside por Parte de la Ciudad

Este artículo es una traducción. Por Walter Villareal, con contribuciones de Anita Lara y Sam Hunt El jueves de la semana pasada, el Ayuntamiento de Austin votó para aprobar su tercera y última lectura del Domain en Riverside, allanando el camino para que el desarrollador, Presidium Group, construya el proyecto de lujo masivo que se ha enfrentado a un año y medio de lucha a … Continue reading AUSTIN: Protestas Desafían la Aprobación del Domain en Riverside por Parte de la Ciudad

AUSTIN: Nuevos Planes del Domain On Riverside Muestran la Demolición de un Centro Comercial

Este artiiculo es una traducción. Por Dylan Disseno Planes del diseño anteriormente inéditos para el Domain on Riverside en Austin muestran que los promotores inmobiliarios de Presidium Group tienen la intención de destruir el centro comercial Parke Green en la esquina noreste de Riverside Dr. y Pleasant Valley Rd, una intersección principal de carreteras en aquella zona. Parke Green contiene muchos negocios frecuentados por la … Continue reading AUSTIN: Nuevos Planes del Domain On Riverside Muestran la Demolición de un Centro Comercial

AUSTIN: Protests Defy City Approval of Domain on Riverside

Photo: Protesters face off with Austin Police preventing them from entering City Hall Chambers. By Walter Villareal, with contributions from Anita Lara and Sam Hunt Last Thursday, the Austin City Council voted to pass its third and final reading of the Domain on Riverside, paving the way for developer Presidium Group to build the massive luxury project that has faced a year and half of … Continue reading AUSTIN: Protests Defy City Approval of Domain on Riverside

AUSTIN: Final Domain On Riverside Vote Looms, Protesters Visit Home of Developer’s Lawyer

Photo: Protesters outside the home of Michael Whellan, lawyer for the Presidium Group, the developers pushing the project at 4700 E Riverside Dr, also known as the “Domain on Riverside” By David Martinez Austin City Council may take a final vote on Thursday for the “Domain On Riverside” luxury development, after months of delays and facing a fierce people’s struggle against the project. The vote … Continue reading AUSTIN: Final Domain On Riverside Vote Looms, Protesters Visit Home of Developer’s Lawyer