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Old Posted Jun 12, 2015, 1:20 AM
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Cool AUSTIN | One Two East | 185 FEET (Main roof) | 15 FLOORS x2

Developer:
Architect: Rhode Partners
Type: Residential (660 units) w/ retail (70,000 sq ft)
Location: NE Corner of E. 12th & I-35
Construction Timeline:

http://www.austin-ind.com/news/comme...-austin-texas/

High-rises spilling over to the east side of I-35.



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February 9, 2015
Austin to perform preconstruction on mixed-use project in Austin, Texas

Austin Commercial has been chosen to perform the yearlong preconstruction for the $120 million Austin City Centre, a new mixed-use development for Legend Communities in Austin, Texas. This gives Austin the opportunity to build the project when it begins next year.

Austin City Centre will consist of two 16-story apartment towers, retail space and underground parking. Located at the northeast corner of IH-35 and 12th Street, the project is close to the city’s new UT Medical School campus.

“Our team worked hard to earn this preconstruction project,” said Jack Archer, regional project manager. “I especially want to thank Kurt Cleveland (preconstruction manager) and Jeff Hagar (area project manager) for their expertise and tireless efforts that led to our being awarded the preconstruction, which now puts us in line to build the mixeduse complex.”

The project architect is Rhode Partners.
     
     
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