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3rd & Colorado Residential | 518' | 44-Stories | Proposed

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Hot off the press.  I mentioned this in the proposed projects thread a little while ago.  But now we have some details, and it's tall enough to get its own thread.  It's 40-stories - 39-stories officially as floor 39 is the highest occupied level - and 458'.  No word yet if it's condo or rental.  It's proposed for the Warehouse District.  The original warehouses that gave this area its name are going extinct. 

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The site is currently a bar, restaurant and surface parking lot.  This is being developed by the same developer as the Fifth & West condo tower, and there will be a ground floor restaurant in the tower.  Here's the site from Streetview:  

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New elevations were released today along with the new renderings.  There are several other 500'+ towers proposed or close to being announced.  But if this one gets built before any other proposal, it would be the 4th tallest all residential (as opposed to mixed use with residential) tower in Austin.  (Number 1 and number 2 on this list are also the tallest all residential towers west of the Mississippi!)  The top four would then be:  

1.  The Independent - 690'/58-stories

2.  The Austonian - 683'/56-stories

3.  360 Condos - 581'/44-stories

4.  3rd & Colorado - 518'/44-stories

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The Design Commission approved the density bonus (8:1 FAR to 25:1 FAR) needed to move this project forward.  The presentation to the Design Commission didn't feature much new building info other than zoomed in street views.

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07/24/17 Design Commission Meeting Video

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