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The skinniest skyscraper in Austin so far. It's only about 40 feet wide.
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The skinniest skyscraper in Austin so far. It's only about 40 feet wide.
By comparison, I believe 111 W. 57th in NYC is 58 feet wide.
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Wow, this one is skinny on that one side!
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Work on a high-rise hotel currently under construction in downtown Austin will go forward despite the project's general contractor filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
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