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I hope you come back, there are a lot of people that care about the growth of our city and enjoy watching Austin growing every day, I agree most of the politicians are retarded but there are a lot of

This project has a website already.  Here's a better rendering from the website.

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The height is actually 580' and not 545' according to the architect Page.


A high-rise condominium tower, 44 East Avenue in the Rainey Street district is our second multi-family housing project in the neighborhood. It will be located on East Avenue on the corner of Cummings Street and will be 51 stories, rising about 580 feet tall. At approximately 460,000 square feet in total, the tower will include approximately 330 for-sale residences, which will be a mix of efficiently designed 1- and 2-bedroom units as well as larger 1-4 bedroom residences, including penthouse opportunities. Approximately 3,000 square feet on the ground floor will also be available for retail/dining space. An on-location parking structure will include over 500 spaces dedicated to the building.

The project is another collaboration with DWG, an Austin-based landscape architecture firm, and will feature upper level outdoor amenity spaces and hanging gardens on the lower-levels of the facades. 

The groundbreaking is planned for spring of 2020 and construction is scheduled for completion in fall of 2022.


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