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Four Seasons Residences

Cesar Chavez & Trinity
Austin TX United States

Status:built
Construction Dates
  Began2007
  Finished2010
Floor Count32
Units / Rooms320
Building Uses
 - residential
 - retail
Structural Types
 - highrise
Architectural Style
 - postmodern
Materials
 - glass
 - limestone
 - granite
 - concrete, reinforced

 Heights ValueSource / Comments 
Roof401 ftEmail from sales concierge at townlakeresidences.com.
Main roof parapet382 ftEmail from sales concierge at townlakeresidences.com.

Description
• Architects: Gensler Associates & Ed Grun Architect.
• Others: BOKA Powell , Michael Graves & Associates.

• Incorporations & Investors: Post Properties, Southland Investment, Ardent Residential, Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts.
• Constructors: Lyda Swinerton Builders, Urban Building LLC, Abode Inc., TBG Partners, Land Design Partners Inc., Bury + Partners Inc., Al Coker & Associates.
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• Neighborhood: Rainey Street/Waterfront District

• At the time of it's planning the building would have been the tallest residential building in the city with highest swimming pool in Texas. It has been on hold however for sometime due to the tech bust and further worries after 9/11.

• First planned in 2000 to be a 320 foot, 28-story condo tower with 129 units, the project has been revived under new owners and will be larger than originally proposed with up to 35 floors and 320 units with both condos and apartments as well as retail. Residences would have the same ammenities and services as the adjacent Four Seasons Hotel.

• At 35 floors the project would need a zoning change to be approved for the increased height. The site is currently approved for 318 feet and 29 floors. The new plans also call for the tower to run parallel to Cesar Chavez Street rather than San Jacinto Boulevard as originally planned.

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