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Old Posted Jan 23, 2021, 6:58 AM
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Tesla site is giant! So many cranes!
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Old Posted Jan 24, 2021, 4:05 AM
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X-posting deerhoof's post from the SE Austin/Riverside thread because of the higher quality rendering...

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Austin City Council approves zoning changes for controversial 97-acre “urban village” on East Riverside
https://communityimpact.com/austin/c...ast-riverside/

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Old Posted Jan 25, 2021, 2:11 AM
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Love that render pic and really shows how Austin has developed.
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I love it also. I do wish we could see some height over there. I love shots of Vancouver, Toronto, and most Asian cities where they have multiple skylines. Apples to oranges, of course, but with that shot, I can still wish.
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Old Posted Jan 25, 2021, 5:59 PM
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Austin FC's Q2 Stadium video:

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Boom is an understatement. Austin is in “ludicrous“ mode.
Negative. They've gone plaid.
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Old Posted Jan 25, 2021, 8:05 PM
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Yay! Interesting choice for sure.
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Old Posted Jan 25, 2021, 11:00 PM
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Thanks to Urbannizer for finding this. It seems that The Travis Tower II just got bigger and now has SOM designing it.

It's "approximately" 802' tall and 64 stories.


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Old Posted Jan 25, 2021, 11:18 PM
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Here's the updated Travis project. Having an 800'+ tower next to the proposed 98 Red River supertall will keep it from looking lonely.


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Now we need someone to add in the supertall right behind it....
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We now have four towers proposed or U/C between 800' and 1,025'. And a fifth one at 774'.
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Old Posted Jan 26, 2021, 12:17 AM
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This one dwarfs 70 Rainey.
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Old Posted Jan 26, 2021, 12:25 AM
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This one dwarfs 70 Rainey.
Yeah, those 400 footers are starting to get lost in the skyline.
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Great! I love this growth of the skyline! I know we have no way of predicting the future but do any of you wonder what the skyline will look like in say 2030?
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Great! I love this growth of the skyline! I know we have no way of predicting the future but do any of you wonder what the skyline will look like in say 2030?
The skyline would look much larger in 10 yrs.
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We now have four towers proposed or U/C between 800' and 1,025'. And a fifth one at 774'.
As of today...

1000'+ = 1
900'-999' = 0
800'-899' = 3
700'-799' = 3
600'-699' = 2
500'-599' = 8

This does not include:
-99 Red River (office)
-ATX Tower East (residential)
-ATX Tower West (office)

Also...not sure of the scale on Intracorp's new residential proposal for 307 E. 2nd or if Stone Development Group's ~40-story (500'+) office tower will come to fruition.
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Old Posted Jan 26, 2021, 4:05 AM
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As of today...

1000'+ = 1
900'-999' = 0
800'-899' = 3
700'-799' = 3
600'-699' = 2
500'-599' = 8

This does not include:
-99 Red River (office)
-ATX Tower East (residential)
-ATX Tower West (office)

Also...not sure of the scale on Intracorp's new residential proposal for 307 E. 2nd or if Stone Development Group's ~40-story (500'+) office tower will come to fruition.
Intracorp's second tower will be over 500' IMO, but which tower is being developed by Stone?
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Old Posted Jan 26, 2021, 5:15 AM
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Intracorp's second tower will be over 500' IMO, but which tower is being developed by Stone?
At last check...wasn't that the one proposed to be built over the Masonic Lodge? If so, I'm not too confident that one will happen.
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At last check...wasn't that the one proposed to be built over the Masonic Lodge? If so, I'm not too confident that one will happen.
OK, that one was Stone. I forgot about it because it's been in limbo. After they got a teeth and hair pulling approval from the HLC, they never followed through with a site plan filing.
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As of today...

1000'+ = 1
900'-999' = 0
800'-899' = 3
700'-799' = 3
600'-699' = 2
500'-599' = 8

This does not include:
-99 Red River (office)
-ATX Tower East (residential)
-ATX Tower West (office)

Also...not sure of the scale on Intracorp's new residential proposal for 307 E. 2nd or if Stone Development Group's ~40-story (500'+) office tower will come to fruition.
Wild!
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