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Austin-Bergstrom International Airport expansion begins this year!


-Three hardstand gates will be added by Q4 2021 - buses will use the gate 13 hold room and the stands will be located on the east apron.

-Additional screening checkpoint will open (actually - reopen) by Q1 2022.

-Interim additional ticket counters come online by Q1 2023.

-Three additional hardstand gates will come online by Q2 2023 (utilizing Gate 11).

-Modernization and consolidation of baggage screening (including west infill) to come online by the end of Q4 2023.

-Three additional gates added to the West Concourse.

-New Satellite (Concourse B) will open in 2027 with ~10 gates (expandable to ~32-34).



EXCITING!!!
That is exciting news!
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Wow! That's great!
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pics?
The bolded and underlined title is a link to the powerpoint presentation.



Somewhere in that timeline is construction of the new processing facility (new ticket counters and baggage claim areas)!
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Old Posted Jul 22, 2021, 3:34 AM
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Cielo plans 2 towers on whole downtown block at 4th and Brazos
https://austin.towers.net/cielo-plan...th-and-brazos/
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The Modern

This tower has increased by 4 levels and is now 55 stories tall. Estimated to be ~650' in height. New elevations have not been made public so the exact height is still unknown. But, the original design called for a 51 story, 602' tower.

Two blocks west of this tower is the proposed "80 Rainey Street" luxury hotel & condo tower (802'/64 stories). And, about 2.5 blocks to the northwest of this tower is the proposed "98 Red River" tower (1,034'/74 stories). There are several other proposed 300'+ towers within a few block radius of The Modern.






The Modern Austin Residences
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Old Posted Jul 28, 2021, 11:30 PM
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Old Posted Jul 29, 2021, 3:09 PM
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The bolded and underlined title is a link to the powerpoint presentation.



Somewhere in that timeline is construction of the new processing facility (new ticket counters and baggage claim areas)!
I see it now. thanks.
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The Modern

This tower has increased by 4 levels and is now 55 stories tall. Estimated to be ~650' in height. New elevations have not been made public so the exact height is still unknown. But, the original design called for a 51 story, 602' tower.

Two blocks west of this tower is the proposed "80 Rainey Street" luxury hotel & condo tower (802'/64 stories). And, about 2.5 blocks to the northwest of this tower is the proposed "98 Red River" tower (1,034'/74 stories). There are several other proposed 300'+ towers within a few block radius of The Modern.






The Modern Austin Residences
oh snap that is nice.
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Man, couldn't they have incorporated some kind of design interest into this thing? A crown, a fin, variation in the roof height...something. Maybe it will look better in person but the rendering makes The Modern look like a big, boring box.
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Modern (...) big, boring box.
Fitting for the name, isn't it?
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[IMG]DJI_0575-HDR-Pano by Jason Luebbe, on Flickr[/IMG]
[IMG]DJI_0496-HDR-Pano by Jason Luebbe, on Flickr[/IMG]
[IMG]DJI_0553-HDR by Jason Luebbe, on Flickr[/IMG]
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Very good time to be in the capital city!
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Those are some great shots!
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Old Posted Jul 30, 2021, 5:14 AM
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Austin looking real good!
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Old Posted Jul 30, 2021, 7:24 PM
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Austin looking real good!
It does! Such a beautiful city. I'm so excited for what the skyline will look like once 98 Red River and all the other towers are completed.
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Fitting for the name, isn't it?
lol excellent point!
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