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Except for NYC, just about all the supertall buildings in the US have been residential. That's why even Miami, a relatively weak corporate center given its metro size, is proposing all of those tall residential buildings. Even Chicago has only built supertall residential buildings. I would guess that Austin is at the peak of its supertall construction, especially considering real estate prices have skyrocketed and the metro now seems to be more actively sprawling like Dallas and Houston. And those two cities don't seem to have the demand for supertall residential, and neither does Atlanta. I only see Miami, NYC, Chicago, and maybe LA building the next wave of supertalls this decade. And maybe one from a place like Charlotte, and one more from Austin.
Charlotte? I would add San Francisco to your list. There’s a lot proposed there. Including the city’s second super tall. 50 main st. Austin will build Texas new tallest tower and 3rd tallest west of Mississippi after Wilshire Grand in LA and Salesforce Tower in San Francisco.
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There are rumors in Austin that another new building, taller than the new-tallest-building-in-Texas that is now under construction may be announced in the near future.
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Shame that Ross Perot super tall never manifested in Dallas. I recall the idea was going to be 70 floors and the tallest in all of Dallas.

If you asked me years ago, I would of never thought Austin would reach the top of the throne. How things have changed! Bank of America Plaza needs a companion.
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83-story tower scrapped for two ~50-story high-rises. Phase I is Goldman Sachs new HQ, 15-stories and begins early next year.

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Did the show the updated unit figures?

The last proposal had 595 residential units and a hotel. Sounds like they, given the demand, went for the twin proposal to cram more units. Curious if the count is closer to a 1000 between both towers?

Q1 potential u/c date or even early Q2 2023 is optimistic. Great news!
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That’s actually cool, Dallas needs quantity over height at the moment
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Beautiful, I wonder how much Sqft of retail there is. It would be cool to see retail facing the main greenery/open space.
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reminds me of the twin towers put up in Century City Los Angeles recently.
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This is disappointing and it’s not pretty. The towers are not set in stone at all. The only thing that’s being built for certain is the 15 story Goldman Sachs building.
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I quite like it and like that it bulks up the skyline to the north. At 50 floors, those should be 550-600 ft, if not taller, which I never thought I'd see built north of 366.
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reminds me of the twin towers put up in Century City Los Angeles recently.
Yea, they're cool. I count 54 floors but I could be off by one or two.

Not sure if this is a real proposal or a concept.

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Phase I is Goldman Sachs new HQ, 15-stories and begins early next year.
Let me guess, they're gonna wait another 10 years for the taller skyscrapers?

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This is disappointing and it’s not pretty. The towers are not set in stone at all. The only thing that’s being built for certain is the 15 story Goldman Sachs building.
Yea, I'm refraining from getting too excited.
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